Oregon to look at scheduling regulations

Passage of so-called secure scheduling would make Oregon the first state to adopt the restrictions on shift changes.

Feds change pay rules for restaurant managers

The new regulations pack a number of surprises, including automatic increases going forward.

Establishments are mounting a campaign to protect their tourism business.

Proponents say the new law is a religious protection for private employers whose beliefs don’t align with customers’ lifestyles.

As the presidential candidates take their marks, it’s restaurant issues that are on the line.

A Performance Food Group executive testified that the competitive stature of his company would be enhanced by the combined companies’ sale of 11 distribution centers.

The participants have discussed what they’ll do if the merger is blocked

The federal judge hearing the FTC’s efforts to block the combination says his decision will ride on understanding distribution and determining what options would be left for foodservice operators if the deal proceeds.

No vote will be taken, now or in the future. Meanwhile, 141 labor groups have reportedly filed for an expedited union vote.

Forty-eight of the 50 states don’t require restaurant workers to have allergen training. But that may be starting to change.