Nearly 12.8 million people worked in the restaurant industry in 2007. Despite rosy predictions that foodservice will add 2 million more jobs by 2017, operators this year struggled to recruit and retain good workers into existing positions. Creative Internet sites for recruiting, programs that market to employees as if they were customers and enhanced benefits packages were some of the innovative human resource initiatives that surfaced in 2007.RECRUITING TAKES ON A NEW LIFE ONLINE ...
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