• Jacque Coe

Colleagues & Compliance; HR Best Practices to Help You Succeed

Updated: Feb 20, 2020

Complex scheduling, wage and tip reporting requirements, commuter benefits, and the pace of change. How's a busy restauranteur dealing with food costs, customers, operations, vendors and finances able to manage a dynamic team and various HR issues to success?


Managing people in a fast moving operation is the toughest job around--under even the best of circumstances. It comes with a range of opportunities and challenges but is core to the success of your business.


Our March Member Meeting dives into Human Resource Issues and Best Practices with a panel of professionals who've been there and back, and share the best concepts how to balance compliance while managing colleagues on a high performing team. Our panel of colleagues will highlight common issues with compliance and the best practices to address them. Among our panelists:

  • Ryan Suddendorf -- Owner, Arriba Cantina

  • Nicole Jantze -- Director of Human Resources, Tom Douglas Restaurants

  • Henry Wong -- Program Director, Food Business Resource Center (FBRC) & Special Projects, Business Impact NW

  • Nat Stratton Clarke, Owner, Cafe' Flora



SRA March Member Meeting

March 4, 2020

10 am-11:30 am

Lady Yum - Pioneer Square

116 S Washington Street

Seattle, WA 98104

RSVP to Teddi McGuire




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