I've always loved rick's ribs, and they aren't "fall off the bone" over baked junk....in fact, they are crisp, seared and you claw them off the bone! They really aren't bbq----not smoked....but they are delicious, as are the fries, and I always look forward to visiting.
Ok that's my son but.....but nothing! This is genius and I applaud Brian and his fabulous team, best of breed filmmakers!
Any fool can stand at public square for 5 minutes and see the impact of having shut down that road.
Their ratings are dismal and they are getting rid of expensive talent. No one leaves these jobs to "spend more time with family!" The days of $200,000 anchors is long past.
When a pizza place says "more than JUST pizza," I wonder why they demean their main product like that. Maybe "just" pizza is what they think they are serving? That's how I take it anyway. Hope they do well!
There is one and only one flaw to every argument like this:
THEY HAVE BETTER NEGOTIATORS ON THEIR SIDE THAN WE DO.
It's their job to make money, get the city to improve facilities, etc. They don't steal. They aren't committing any crimes. The problem is:
WE HAVE WORSE NEGOTIATORS THAN THEY DO.
And that's why we need a wholesale change in how this city does business and who is on our team. It's time to stop hiring the usual cadre of political appointees and start hiring the best in the business. Pay more, get more. Right now, it's like the Cavs playing a charter high school team. We don't stand a chance.
I think the answer is rather simple. In the competition for the better hospitality staff, it's time to either start paying your people well or lose them. At ABC/XYZ we seem to keep our employees for years and attract the very best. I don't see much of the "bubble," but if you aren't paying well, or not providing benefits, I think you are destined to fail. Taking good care of your staff in every way is vital, friendship, family, respect. There are far too many owners who still think staff is expendable and that a revolving door is to be expected.
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