Thanks for the differing comments on my post. I agree that we don't want to scam customers. I also personally don't like permanent now hiring signs. I do like signs and I said in a post to my own comment about that create a positive message. Like come for the job stay for the career. Or our growth can be your opportunity.
If now hiring signs worked we would put up signs that say customers wanted. The only place I have seen that sign was on a 7-11 in West Virgina.
On the note of scamming anyone. I am always looking for my next great employee because "If I beat my competition to the best employees those best employees will help me beat my competition.
It's our pleasure to welcome you to our fantastic community of foodservice professionals from all over the globe. With hundreds of blogs discussions groups and events to discover, Fohboh is the perfect place for you to connect and communicate with colleagues. Don't hesitate to contact us with comments or concerns.
Before you get started, please check out our Community Guidelines and our FAQ. You might also watch our short FohBoh Video Tour. When you're comfortable with the lay of the land, start a blog post or join a discussion group - we're glad you're here and can't wait to hear more from you!
Welcome to FohBoh, I wanted to personally invite you to join our discussions in regards to cheeses at the Cheese Group on FohBoh. Every week we introduce a new cheese and invite you to find it in your area, buy it, try it and then discuss it with us. Again welcome and take a look at all the groups here on FohBoh.
Lawrence Williams, president and CEO of the United States Healthful Food Council, is a scheduled speaker at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration's student-run 89th annual Hotel Ezra Cornell (HEC), which is being held March 20-23, 2014, at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.
If you are looking for capital to start or grow your restaurant, create the next 501c3, develop and launch the next app for the restaurant industry,or want to help your peers in some meaningful way, we want to know about it.
Public policy expert Anne-Marie Slaughter made waves with her 2012 article, "Why women still can't have it all." But really, is this only a question for women? Here Slaughter expands her ideas and explains why shifts in work culture, public policy and social mores can lead to more equality -- for men, women, all of us.
Ready to dance in your seat? Drummer Clayton Cameron breaks down different genres of music—from R&B to Latin to pop—by their beats. A talk that proves hip hop and jazz aren't cooler than math—they simply rely on it.
While working with kids who have trouble speaking, Ajit Narayanan sketched out a way to think about language in pictures, to relate words and concepts in "maps." The idea now powers an app that helps nonverbal people communicate, and the big idea behind it, a language concept called FreeSpeech, has exciting potential.
Perhaps you’ve punched out a paper doll or folded an origami swan? TED Fellow Manu Prakash and his team have created a microscope made of paper that's just as easy to fold and use. A sparkling demo that shows how this invention could revolutionize healthcare in developing countries … and turn almost anything into a fun, hands-on science experiment.