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Call the scrap yard. We have a labor model to be picked up.

Sweet & Sour: The restaurant business has grappled with labor challenges for about 40 years now, but never a situation as trying as the current one. It’s time to rethink the very nature of restaurant work.

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New union aims to boost restaurant workers' wages in the South

The organization will consist of employees from all service businesses, providing more clout. Membership will also be transferable across industries.

The new rate would take effect in 2025. It would be one of the first laws of its kind in the U.S., and represents the latest attack on the third-party delivery model.

With big labor threats looming, widespread adoption of things like voice bots could begin as early as next year, according to an analysis by Cowen.

Starbucks Workers Union announced its own Red Cup Day after alleging the company is misleading investors. The attempts to court customers and stockholders come as contract negotiations are underway.

Restaurant Rewind: 32 years ago, the industry shot itself in the foot by supporting a legislative action that did little but tarnish the business.  Here’s the cautionary tale.

The proprietor of Chicago's That Jerk Spot is easing youngsters with legal issues into restaurant careers.

As labor organizers rally in Sacramento, the industry associations warn of the growing threat of unionization that is "not your daddy’s labor movement.’"

The labor group said it will distribute its version on Red Cup Day to patrons who support the chain's unionization. Guests might also be encouraged to sing along with strikers.

A group with a voice on how union pensions are invested is pressing six publicly owned restaurant giants to accept and work within the Fast Act's new process for setting fast-food wages.

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