(AP) – Papa Johns will initiate diversity training for employees three months after the company founder used a breed
John Schnatter, who served as CEO last year resigned after blaming poor sales for the NFL, resigned as chairman after Forbes had reported him in July.
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Between Schnatter, who is still Papa John's biggest shareholder, and executives of the pizza chain, clashes happen again and again , He sues the company and claims that his treatment was unfair.
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CEO Steve Ritchie said in a letter posted on Friday to Papa John's website The company's leadership team has recently launched Diversity Training completed, which is now being rolled out across the company for its 120,000 employees.
In a video with more than half a million followers, Dad John showed some of the angry tweets and said, "We've heard you." He thanked the customers for their honesty and concluded, "It makes us better."