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New York launches $35M program to promote restaurant hiring despite the tight market

Qualifying restaurants will be granted a $5,000 tax credit, payable ahead of their tax filing, for every net new position they add.

Workforce

White House offers to pick up some family leave charges

Restaurants and other small businesses would be reimbursed for paying workers who need time off to have their families vaccinated.

The fines and back pay extend back to the first day Chicago's law went into effect. The penalty is the largest ever assessed for violations of the city's labor laws.

The company credits higher wages and an end to unemployment benefits for bringing in more applicants but costs are driving up prices.

The Restaurant Law Center teamed up with the Chamber of Commerce and the National Retail Federation to keep restaurants from being sued under the WARN Act.

The academic reports blame the high incidence of sexual harassment on restaurants to two long-standing traditions.

Other unit-level managers will receive travel vouchers and other perks as their thank-you.

While operators use signs to complain about the lack of workers, employees use them to stage walkouts, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

A new study shows that higher pay can only take the industry so far. The data indicate that employers might want to think about their working conditions instead.

The union-backed group One Fair Wage has earmarked $1 million for grants to help stem an exodus of restaurant servers.

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