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Re: “From the Front of the House to the Back, Cleveland Restaurants are Dealing With a Talent Crunch

The biggest problem with higher-end restaurants and restauranteurs in general is that they are generally predisposed to the notion that most of the workers they will be hiring are transitional and, therefore, the need to invest in proper training, benefits and wages is of secondary importance. If they need somebody "good" (like an executive chef) they can just poach them from the competition. Everyone else is more or less expendable. Unfortunately, that's a terrible long term strategy.

The biggest problem with the customers of these establishments is they want high-end quality at a lower-end price -- i.e., they want the impossible. They expect their hanger steak entre to be impeccable, yet they expect it to cost less than $25. They expect their cocktail to be perfection, yet the $12 charge makes their head spin. Well, you can't have it both ways.

The moral: Unless proprietors and their customers share both the wealth and the cost, nothing will change.

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Posted by ccollector on 12/06/2016 at 6:02 PM

Re: “Inside the Investigation that Brought Down a West Sixth Street Cocaine Dealer

My colleagues were searching for IRS W-2 this month and saw a business that has lots of sample forms . If others are searching for IRS W-2 too , here's http://pdf.ac/7vUOWc

Posted by Dacve Nuight on 12/04/2016 at 11:40 PM

Re: “Father Under Fire: A Westlake Church Rallies Around its Pastor After Charges that He Sexually Abused His Adopted Daughter

Walk away from church on the rise.. there are other godly churches who have morally led Pastors who have studied and trained to be the Messenger for the Lord. This bozo became a Pastor to become rich off the suckered who attend his church. He studied under Joel Osteen, now there's a man who knows how to swindle money out of people! People believe his garbage!

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Posted by Savedbygrace70x7 on 12/04/2016 at 11:00 PM

Re: “Six Things Leaders Must Prioritize to Address Climate Change

Population. At some point, we will have to address population, or nature will do it for us.

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Posted by John in New Mexico on 11/30/2016 at 11:56 PM

Re: “The Paris Climate Conference Finally Signaled Consensus on Global Warming--That Was Last Year

One possible harsh reality concerns the United States Environmental Protection Agency -- it may get gutted....as the trapdoor will soon be wide open and the padlock has been tossed into a dumpster.

Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 11/30/2016 at 12:22 PM

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