If you became a new manager at a restaurant with high employee turnover, what actions would you take to increase retention of employees?

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I think that if the incoming management has determined that high turnover is impacting the restaurant's productivity in a negative manner, it must make the retention of employees as one of its top priorities.  This can involve in assessing where the turnover reality lies.  

If it is a lack of compensation, perhaps a new salary scale with better benefits and greater incentivizing packages can become more alluring to employees, thereby reducing the turnover evident.  If the lack of employee voice and constant feel of...

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