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about Newman's case studies of fast-food workers in Harlem. Newman discusses the evolution of their careers and fortunes over time along with their dreams and successes and failures. The conversation concludes with lessons for public policy in aiding low-wage workers. Intro. [Recording date: February 24, 2010.] Fieldwork and the sample. In the middle of the 1990s got interested in the lives of the working poor--so much of the research in the field on poverty focused on those who were part of the welfare system, which has never been popular even among those who are on welfare. Feeling was that sociologists and economists as ...
quit with no notice, they can be rude to customers, and sometimes they steal from you. Often, they just don't care. If you have trouble finding and motivating high-performing frontline workers, you need to meet Dave Melton—the celebrated operator of four Domino's Pizza franchises in New York City—and learn his secrets. In an industry in which high turnover is the rule, Dave has a waiting list of prospective candidates eager to start working for him at minimum wage—and a frontline supervisory staff that has had zero turnover for years at a time. Melton's ... Read More
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