Standard training not always effective for older foodservice workers

Standard training not always effective for older foodservice workers

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that workers in the 55-and-older age group are predicted to make up 24 percent of the labor force by 2018. Workers in the 55-64 age group are expected to increase significantly during the upcoming decade; at the same time, the population hospitality employers rely heavily on—the 16-24 age group—is expected to decline.

Fortunately, mature workers are a great fit for foodservi

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