DALLAS With indicators pointing toward stagnant growth in the restaurant industry for the next few years, attendees at the annual People Report Best Practices Conference exchanged ideas not only about how to improve recruitment and retention but also about how to polish corporate cultures. The 14th annual conference, which took place in Dallas this week, was titled “Mixing Money and Meaning,” and focused on what changes the industry should undertake to best compete for ...

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