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Restaurants brace for a future with fewer workers

More industry executives believe restaurants may never get all their workers back and should focus on improving overall productivity.


4 more labor whoa's

New research has produced a slew of information on the labor plight of the nation and its restaurant industry. Here are four gems that shouldn't slip past you, says RB's Reality Check.

Policing agencies have been directed to crack down on bad employers and go lighter on employees.

A&W CEO Kevin Bazner joins this week’s episode of the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” to talk about labor challenges and what his company is doing to overcome them.

Restaurants that close in the afternoon are having more success hiring than their full-service peers.

New government statistics show nearly 7% of hospitality workers left their jobs in August.

Industry employment leveled off for a second month despite a steep climb in wage rates, according to the latest measures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In a speech saluting employers who've voluntarily instituted an inoculation requirement, the president said his administration is close to having the specifics of compliance spelled out.

More than half the wage earners currently working in the hospitality business are planning to quit by Jan. 1, according to new research.

Half of the fast-casual chicken finger chain’s Dallas-based corporate staff has deployed around the country to hire 10,000 new workers in 50 days amid a labor shortage that’s hitting operations as the company looks to open 100 stores next year.

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