WESTFIELD N.J. —Restaurant companies’ trainers are feeling pinched by the troubled economy as higher energy and commodity prices and reduced consumer spending exert budgetary squeezes on their departments, a new survey by the Council of Restaurant and Hotel Trainers has revealed. Fully 77 percent of the responding CHART members indicated that their companies are undergoing budget cutbacks and expense scrutiny amid corporate ...

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