Internet social networks and virtual worlds are giving restaurant recruiters and trainers a new platform on which to do their jobs more effectively, and they are providing foodservice employees and managers new avenues for connecting with one another and with customers. From foodservice blogs and websites to entire video-game-worthy virtual online worlds, social networking is changing the tenor of information gathering and sharing — and their numbers are growing. ...

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