| | CONTACT |REGISTER | SIGN IN
HR Issues
Page 2 of 4 : 1 2 3 4
News image for Cell Phones In The Professional Kitchen: Put'em to Work

Remember the old foodservice adage: "Got time to lean, Got time to clean..." If you're a chef, there's also time to be a little more productive with that cell phone.

News image for Cell Phones In The Professional Kitchen: Put'em to Work

News image for Senate Moves Forward with Debit-Free Reforms!

A Major Victory for America's Restaurants and their customers in the fight for fair debit-card fees!

News image for Senate Moves Forward with Debit-Free Reforms!

News image for Where's The Beef

Local restaurant and food service operations continue to face difficulty in filling their entry-level and mid-level kitchen positions.

News image for Where's The Beef

News image for Building a Steadily Progressive Career

When an operations executive or human resources professional looks at your background, one of the critical elements they seek is evidence of a steadily progressive career.

News image for Building a Steadily Progressive Career

News image for Seven Best Practices for Employee Scheduling

Why is employee scheduling an ordeal most managers abhor and put off to the last minute?

News image for Seven Best Practices for Employee Scheduling

News image for When hiring, should you trust your gut?

Many do. Hiring managers abandon logic, their own job requirements and a host of other conventions because of an emotional feeling about a candidate for employment.

News image for When hiring, should you trust your gut?

News image for Food Service Psychotherapy

Patient X is a middle age male, 42 years old, twice divorced, restaurant owner. His baseline diagnosis is exacerbated food service claustrophobia - a common condition wherein the subject feels compelled to open new restaurants.

News image for Food Service Psychotherapy

News image for New York State Hospitality Wage Order FAQ

Our resident foodservice HR expert Robert Doren clarifies the New York State hospitality wage order set to begin January 1, 2011.

News image for New York State Hospitality Wage Order FAQ

News image for General Manager Time planning- Can you achieve more by working less?

Is it really possible to get better results in a restaurant by working fewer hours? I have met many food service managers over the years that are frustrated

News image for General Manager Time planning- Can you achieve more by working less?

News image for Check The Grease Trap and Check Your Chemical Invoice

It may not be the sexiest subject, but when your grease trap backs up, all hell breaks loose in the kitchen. But do those fancy chemicals really help prevent grease trap back up?

News image for Check The Grease Trap and Check Your Chemical Invoice

News image for How To Give Your Employer Notice That You're Leaving

CONGRATULATIONS! You have just spent two weeks going through the interview process with a great new company and have accepted a fantastic offer from them. Now comes the hard part. You must go back to your current employer and give them notice that you will be leaving their employ

News image for How To Give Your Employer Notice That You're Leaving

News image for Breaking News: NYS Wage Order for Hospitality Proposal Set Forth

A new set of recommendations was just released from NYS to simplify and streamline such issues as Server Minimum Wage, Tip Pooling, Overtime, Call In Pay, Uniform Credit and Wage Statement. In short, a total re-writing of the Hospitality Wage Order.

News image for Breaking News: NYS Wage Order for Hospitality Proposal Set Forth

News image for Is Taking A Salary Cut Your Best Option For A Brighter Future?

Taking a salary cut to change careers may seem a very undesirable proposition. It’s similar to climbing a tree only to find the branch you’re navigating is rotten.

News image for Is Taking A Salary Cut Your Best Option For A Brighter Future?

News image for You've Just Been Tagged - GPS Style

Lots of talk on the operator side on the benefits of GPS marketing. But what about the supply side? Now Big Brother knows where you are, what you are doing, and why you're not out there selling. How? On your cell phone.

News image for You've Just Been Tagged - GPS Style

News image for How to Do It Right: People

In the first of a two-part series, George Green tackles the hardest part of the restaurant industry: hiring the right people.

News image for How to Do It Right: People

Buffalo Wine Festival

Apr 06, 2013

Buffalo's most exciting wine tasting, food, and shopping festival.

Dyngus Day 2013

Apr 01, 2013

Dyngus Day attracts tens of thousands to Buffalo to celebrate spring and show Polish pride.

Polar Bites 2013

Feb 21, 2013

Join Western New Yorkers to sample some of the region's best food and drink at Polar Bites 2013.

The Buffalo Web Foodies

Feb 22, 2012

Anyone with an interest in the local food scene or learning more about using online media is encouraged to attend the event.

More Events
Submit Community Events