Emerging Stronger from COVID with Text Recruiting and Workstream.us

Desmond Lim is the co-founder and CEO of Workstream.us. A former restaurant operator and the first in his family to immigrate to the United State and attend college. A graduate of MIT and Harvard University, Desmond has helped hundreds of franchisees from Dunkin’ and other major brands with HR issues, recruiting, technology and software. When…

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Independent Joe #62 May/June 2020

What a difference a day makes. Or to update that rhetorical message, what a difference three months makes. Yes, it was just three short months ago when states like Florida, Texas, Arizona and a host of others across the south and southwest were seemingly enjoying some inexplicable level of immunity from the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses…

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Dunkin’ Doings

Late last week, Dunkin’ Brands CEO Dave Hoffmann introduced Stephanie Lilak as the company’s new Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer. She joins Dunkin’ Brands from General Mills where she has served in a number of executive positions over a 23 year span at the company, most recently as Vice President, Human Resources,…

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Employee Benefits Can Keep You Union Free

In an unstable market, it is critical for organizations to leverage their resources to ensure that the business remains viable and successful. An often overlooked resource that can increase employee satisfaction and help build a positive brand image in the marketplace is employee benefits. The key to leveraging employee benefits is a well-developed benefits communication strategy.

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Indy Joe: Is it better to be hands off or a micromanager?

Ask Indy Joe is a new DDIFO feature where you the franchise owner can Ask Indy Joe a question. Today’s Question is: Is it better to be hands off or a micromanager? Today’s Answer is submitted by: Andrew Winig of Imrov Andy. Andy shares his cutting edge teamwork techniques through keynote speeches, interactive training sessions, and individual leadership coaching. Contact him at http://www.improvandy.com or at (781) 646-9543.

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