9 Apr 2013

Restaurants: Searching for Perfection

“IF you know how to hire, you don’t need to fire,” asserts Alvin Leung, brushing his crucifix-shaped earring. “Money’s often not enough to motivate staff.” Leung goes on to mention that he once printed chess pieces on the back of his employees’ shirts. “Pawns are potentially powerful. Although rare, they can become Queen. Rooks and castles are stubborn. A knight is the silent killer, because you don’t know where they’re coming from. And only the King can move in every direction, one step at a time.” Leung considers himself King, “because once you’re gone, it’s Game Over.’”
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