Building the Non-Sexual Harassment Restaurant Culture

Building the Non-Sexual Harassment Restaurant Culture

For many seasons on the popular HBO series Game of Thrones, they kept saying that “Winter is coming” that was foreshadowing of a Great War to come. Well, Winter is here for the restaurant industry! The great restaurant storm of 2018 is upon us and many will need to form alliances (already happening), some will rebrand (already happening), and all will need to understand that people are what makes the difference (not there yet).

We, as an industry, perpetuate memes and jokes around the internet that display our world as overworked, devalued, and unappreciated. It’s not so funny that we tend to get what we ask for. We become the stereotypes we share.

How do we change this sexual harassment culture that infests so much of our industry? How can we reverse the course which we seem to be heading down to becoming the next Sodom and Gomorrah?

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Correcting Company Culture to Address Sexual Harassment

Correcting Company Culture to Address Sexual Harassment
  • Human Resources Guru Carrie Luxem prevents sexual harassment within restaurants using training and company culture

  • Sexual Harassment allegations about Chefs John Besh and Todd English have the industry concerned

On this episode of The Barron Report, we talk to Human Resources Guru, Carrie Luxem about how your company can better manage your team in the wake of the recent sexual harassment claims. Numerous industries have been shaken by sexual harassment allegations and the restaurant industry is no different. With top chefs like Todd English and John Besh being exposed for inappropriate behavior, the business community is concerned. Foodable, to better serve our community, has worked to deliver the best information to you about how to manage these types of claims in your business and, better yet, how to stop them from happening in the first place.

Show Notes

  • 1:11 Carrie LuxemRestaurant HR Group & CarrieLuxem.com
  • 3:53 - Uncovering a Long-Standing Problem
  • 5:01 - Culture of the Hospitality Industry
  • 6:43 - What Is and Isn't Appropriate?
  • 9:55 - Are Revealing Uniforms Part of the Problem?
  • 12:16 - Confronting Customers for Harassment in Your Establishment
  • 14:01 -  Do Not Tolerate That Behavior, Even From Power Positions
  • 18:38 - How to Stop Sexual Harassment Before It Happens
  • 22:47 - Having a Plan in Place
  • 24:56 - Hiring the Right Team
  • 28:40 - Foodable Analyzing Online Sexual Harassment Claims
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