The labor outlook for the restaurant industry is showing additional signs of recovery, according to a recently released survey by People Report, a company that tracks personnel trends in the industry. Fewer operators than last year plan to cut staff, reduce employee hours and freeze salaries, according to the 2010 Economic Conditions report. "You see some companies still making cuts, still closing units, but conditions seem to be improving for the majority," said Michael Harms, ...

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