Comment of the Day: Hell's Kitchen answers questions about minimum wage increase

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The bar at Hell's Kitchen.
Today's comment of the day goes to Cynthia Gerdes, one of Hell's Kitchen's co-founders, who weighed in our post about her bar and restaurant's support of Minnesota's recent minimum wage increase to answer some questions.

Here's what she said:

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Sounds like a good place to work, run by thoughtful people, doesn't it?

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Robert Miller
Robert Miller

The second half of point #2 is the issue that's going over everyone's head

Eddie Phillips
Eddie Phillips

And if that is so why is the service so diabolical in there?

Libby Johnson
Libby Johnson

And from my time working at Zelo, the employees are wonderful people to wait on as well.

Kate Carey
Kate Carey

If I had money to eat out - these guys would be on my list of places to spend it

Arkadi
Arkadi

That doesn't sound hellish at ALL.

swmnguy
swmnguy

Now, that's what sound business management and competent leadership looks and sounds like.  It's not easy by any means, but it's nowhere near as rare and impossible as it sometimes appears.  Usually you hear about the worst managers and leaders, because they tend to be the loudest, the first to blame everyone else for their problems, and the ones who provoke everyone else to talk about them.  And there are a lot of rotten operators in business.  You could do alright assuming 80% of everything is crap; business management and leadership being part of "everything," like magazines, TV shows, food choices, politicians and all the rest.

Congratulations to the business Hell's Kitchen has founded, nurtured, and maintains.  The credit goes to all the people involved.

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