Close to 80 percent of surveyed restaurant operators encourage employees to participate in community service activities, and half report better morale and retention when workers volunteer in the community, according to the 2006 Survey of Unit Level Employment Practices conducted by People Report, a Dallas-based human resources research firm. More than 70 restaurant companies participated in the survey. The positive effects of community service are not lost on Rock Bottom ...
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