Schruntek, Walter J.
December 2001
FoodService Director;12/15/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p35
Trade Publication
Deals with the labor shortage issue facing the food service industry in the U.S.. Prediction on the percentage of senior food service (f/s) managers who will retire from their positions by 2006; Average turnover rates among f/s managers; Reasons for leaving of f/s workers; Rise in labor costs and food costs.


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