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July 8, 2017
In This Issue
  • 15 Ways to Get Employees to Follow Your Dress Code
  • Culture Cultivators Dig Deep for Impact

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        CHART 94 - San Diego, CA
        Hospitality Training Conference
        July 15 - 18, 2017 
        Rancho Bernardo Inn 


Free CHART Webinar: Wednesday, August 9

1:00 PM EST
Trends in Hospitality Training & Development: New Insights & Fresh Perspectives
Donna Herbel, Perkins & Marie Callender’s
Colby Hutchinson, Best Western Hotels & Resorts
Melissa Doolin-Koehne, TDn2K

Register today.

Also, did you know that prior webinars are on our website? Take advantage and learn from some past recordings.                                    

Regional Training Forums

Learn and share locally with your hospitality peers at one of our FREE, HALF-DAY Regional Training Forums (RTFs). We always have a great line up of speakers, so stay tuned for our fall RTF schedule online
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We interrupt your regular programming with insightful and sometimes amusing posts from your peers. Read and enjoy these recent posts to the CHART Member Blog Page!       
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15 Ways to Get Employees to Follow Your Dress Code
by Gabe Hosler, FMP
Vice President of Training and Ops Services, Rubio's Restaurants, Inc.

Like almost every other hospitality organization, Rubio’s has a dress code for its employees; ours consists of clean and wrinkle-free shirts, blue jeans, nametags, non-slip shoes, and an assortment of related grooming and conduct standards. And like almost every other hotel or restaurant company, our employees occasionally struggle to follow these guidelines. Sometimes they forget their shirts at home, sometimes they spill salsa on their pants while working in the kitchen, and yes, sometimes they show up looking like they slept in their work clothes (sigh). Read more.

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Culture Cultivators Dig Deep for Impact
by Donna Herbel, SPHR, SPRM-SCP
Vice President of Training and Culture Development, Perkins & Marie Callender's, LLC     

Ultimately, we CHART trainers have a responsibility to intentionally create and maintain an environment for the growth and development of healthy and effective organizational culture. Through a number of internal discussions, and seeking input from many CHART members, here are a few of the shared questions I have found that help us dig deep into Culture creation. Perhaps they will spark some discussion within your teams, too! Read more.

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