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Hotels face their own crippling shortage of workers

About 91% of the properties in the U.S. said they couldn't fill vacant jobs last month, according to the AH&LA. A typical hotel was short more than 10 people.

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Starbucks and its union are ready to negotiate. What's on the table?

Working Lunch: The give-and-take on scheduling and firings could have repercussions for all chains.

The 1,000 employees have returned to their jobs after hammering out a deal, the latest reflection of union activism in the industry.

Reality Check: Sure, it's a union-backed plan to change restaurant employment. But isn't a new model needed?

Help Wanted ads will be required to carry a pay range, and potential hires can't be asked about their past pay levels.

The 1,000 employees have walked out of all 84 of the facility's foodservice outlets in a push for higher wages, according to their union.

The U.S. Department of Labor charged Indiana-based H&H Coldwater with 102 infractions of the limits for 14- and 15-year-olds.

Reality Check: Technology's big payback isn't eliminating jobs, it's making current job holders happier.

Reality Check: Opponents of the wage break for employers are using ballot initiatives to get their way.

The pandemic led to mass layoffs, isolation and poor mental health. It became a perfect environment for drug and alcohol abuse.

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