Christine Blank

Panelists discuss the state of the professionFood companies face a host of challenges in the current recruiting and hiring environment, and one of the primary ones is workers who want to work remotely or are unwilling to relocate, said panelists at the IFT FIRST session, “State of the Profession (Part 1): Recruiting, Compensating, and Retaining Tomorrow’s Food Leaders,” on July 11.

“There is much more interest in working remotely. Every candidate is looking for a remote position, because they want a better work&ndas…

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Christine Blank has been a professional freelance writer for more than 25 years, covering the food, retail and foodservice industries. Her articles have been published in leading publications, including The New York Times, Associated Press, USA Today, Supermarket News, SeafoodSource, and Progressive Grocer.
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