Foodservice directors know only too well that there is a cost associated with nearly every business decision made in a food or nutrition management operation. From determining the number of full-time employees needed to staff an outlet to evaluating the cost of a new combi-oven, seasoned directors know their numbers. On the other hand, one cost that is not always considered is that of doing nothing. And when it comes to evaluating and selecting foodservice management or clinical ...

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