Over Half of Operators Involved: F/s a leading workfare employer

September 1999
FoodService Director;09/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on the role of restaurant industry leaders in the United States in helping welfare recipients find productive employment. Proof of the commitment of smaller operators; Key to the food service industry's ability to help convert welfare recipients.


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