CHICAGO -- There's a direct correlation between the size of training budgets and profit levels, a panel of training professionals said in describing their training strategies at the 2002 National Restaurant Association's Restaurant Show last week. The group cited a survey conducted by the Council of Hotel & Restaurant Trainers, which found that high-touch training courses tend to lower turnover. Similarly, the CHART poll reported that companies using computer training see such programs ...
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