If there's one thing I learned from working in the foodservice industry for the past 26 years, it is the importance of building customer relationships. Establishing strong relationships with your customers is only possible if you have a thorough understanding of their business and needs. Staying in tune with the issues your customers are facing will better enable you to be in the position to provide solutions to their problems.
The IFMA Educational Foundation is proud to promote the next generation of foodservice leaders and is furthermore committed to giving qualified contributions to culinary, marketing or food science students enrolled in accredited institutions.
On November 20, President Obama announced executive action to allow millions of undocumented immigrants to remain in the United States temporarily and apply for work authorization. This executive action also includes improvements to employment-based immigration procedures and policies. All of these measures will significantly impact U.S. employers and their employees.
It was a busy month in Washington, between final Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules being released and the retirement of the Speaker of the House John Boehner – and there are implications for foodservice.
Terri Cummings, Director of Student Services in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is responsible for graduate and undergraduate programs facilitating quality educational experiences to Food Science & Human Nutrition students and guiding their development. Join the SMB Community Webinar on June 29th and hear her speak about how she prepares students to work in the foodservice industry, among other topics.