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"Thank everyone for posting your ideas. If you know others ask them to please share.…"

Mel Kleiman replied Aug 23, 2009 to If you were going to give one piece of advice to a person just entering the workforce what would it be?

15 Aug 26, 2009
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Non-Operator

"Michael just so you know one of the few social media sites I go to outside of my own…"

Mel Kleiman replied Aug 20, 2009 to New short survey for FohBoh

13 Aug 20, 2009
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Non-Operator

"I wonder if someone from FoHBoH is monitoring this . If not someone should direct th…"

Mel Kleiman replied Aug 10, 2009 to New short survey for FohBoh

13 Aug 20, 2009
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Non-Operator

"I hope someone at FohBoh takes the time and sees this."

Mel Kleiman replied Aug 7, 2009 to New short survey for FohBoh

13 Aug 20, 2009
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Non-Operator

"I tried to cut them some slack also. That is why I even took the time to take the su…"

Mel Kleiman replied Aug 7, 2009 to New short survey for FohBoh

13 Aug 20, 2009
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Non-Operator

"Great comment thanks I think there is some good insight here."

Mel Kleiman replied Jul 27, 2009 to Question of the week

19 Nov 4, 2009
Reply by Michael Biesemeyer

Non-Operator

"Rather than start a new Discussion I am going to try and continue by adding a new qu…"

Mel Kleiman replied Jul 25, 2009 to Question of the week

19 Nov 4, 2009
Reply by Michael Biesemeyer

Non-Operator

"Thanks everyone for taking the time to respond to my question. It is interesting to…"

Mel Kleiman replied Jul 24, 2009 to Question of the week

19 Nov 4, 2009
Reply by Michael Biesemeyer

Non-Operator

"Love the looks of your restaurant. How far from New Orleans? Why not put your websit…"

Mel Kleiman replied Jul 21, 2009 to Question of the week

19 Nov 4, 2009
Reply by Michael Biesemeyer

Non-Operator

"If employees come first how come most business customer service train say the custom…"

Mel Kleiman replied Jul 21, 2009 to Question of the week

19 Nov 4, 2009
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