Pie Five, Pizza Inn exec on why training has evolved
Developing employees is one of Mary Barker's top priorities as the VP of human resources at Rave Restaurant Group, the parent company of Pizza Inn and Pie Five.
She recently chatted about the company's "70-20-10 rule" when it comes to training. Watch the video to not only learn what the rule entails but to also hear how the company's training techniques have evolved over the years.
Hint: Think digital
Topics: Systems / Technology
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