Human Resources

Domino’s shakes up leadership ranks as part of “twin-region” focus

Domino’s Japan chief executive and president Josh Kilimnik will take on the expanded role of chief executive for APAC.

Domino’s shakes up leadership ranks as part of “twin-region” focus

Domino’s Japan chief executive and president Josh Kilimnik will take on the expanded role of chief executive for APAC.

Starbucks China promotes Leo Tsoi as chief executive officer

He served as the company’s chief operating officer and president of Starbucks Retail for the last five years.

Grab launches training programme for Singapore food delivery riders

The initiative was jointly developed with Asian Detours, ComfortDelGro Driving Centre and Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

McDonald's China to spend US$14.7m in talent training programme

The fast food giant has partnered with over 40 schools so far.

Yum China launches new fund for management team's families

This follows the company’s existing family care program for their general managers.

BreadTalk Group CFO, CIO Chan Ying Jian resigns

His resignation is effective on 15 March.

Grabfood Thailand riders seeking 10-baht fee increase: report

Currently, the delivery riders are paid 30 baht for each delivery made within a 4-km. radius.

McDonald's Korea managing director steps down

Joh Ju-Yeon was at the helm of the chain’s Korean operations since 2016.

Tata Starbucks meets 100% pay equity

The joint venture company has also announced that women now make up 29% of the company.

BreadTalk gives expanded roles to three c-suite executives

The move was made following the resignation of their group CEO.

McDonald's Philippines will now hire senior citizens and PWDs in Manila

Each outlet will accept one PWD and two senior citizens.

Tata Starbucks appoints Navin Gurnaney as CEO

He will be returning to the company after his position in operations, drive-thru optimization and partner resources in the US. Tata Starbucks, the joint venture company between Tata Group and Starbucks, has announced that they have appointed Navin Gurnaney as the new CEO of the coffee chain’s business in India on January 1 next year. Gurnaney will be replacing Sumitro Ghosh who is the company’s CEO for three years. He will be responsible for their overall strategic direction and vision in India as well as strengthening the Starbucks business growth. “I’m honored to return to India as CEO of Tata Starbucks to continue building upon the incredible momentum the company has experienced in its first 6 years,” Gurnaney said. “I look forward to elevating the mission and values of the company through delivering the iconic Starbucks Experience for our Indian partners and customers.” “We are pleased to welcome Navin Gurnaney, who has a proven track record of success within Starbucks and is a business leader with the ability to bring people together, as Tata Starbucks continues to innovate and position itself for long-term growth in the India market,” John Culver, group president of Starbucks International for channel development and global coffee and tea, said.

BreadTalk's Oh Eng Lock steps down as executive director

His resignation is scheduled to take effect on August 31.

Japan QSRs, convenience stores employ housewives amidst labor shortage

The July 2017 ratio of job offers to seekers lies at 1.52 available spots to one job seeker.

Everstone Group appoints Ajay Kaul to drive QSR growth in F&B Asia

The industry veteran has joined Everstone Group as Senior Director.

Jacky Lo joins Yum China as new Chief Financial Officer

Lo’s appointment is effective on September 1, 2017.