Continued from page 1 Chains like Boston Market are also cognizant of the need to keep as many of its new hires around after the holidays as possible, to mitigate the expensive effects of turnover and to leverage those workers’ talents in the restaurants’ plans for 2013. Boston Market is always trying to retain year-round the benefits of its additional employees trained to work the dining rooms during the busiest time of the year, Miller said. This has become even more ...

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