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Restaurants find an unlikely ally in their fight to keep workers: Organized labor

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


Restaurants are recovering, but worried about food costs and labor

Nearly a quarter say they're doing well financially, and 90% believe they'll be there in a year, according to a new report from Quadrant Strategies.

The industry is adding jobs at a seemingly breakneck pace, but it could be next year before it gets to pre-pandemic levels.

A union group is also using the unprecedented weather conditions to push for a joint-employer standard.

Helen Lao, founder and CEO of ClearPath Solutions, joins the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” to discuss issues with recruitment and retention of executives and franchisees.

The machine developed in partnership with Lancer Worldwide will be able to pour and seal drinks and pass them off to staff.

They were frustrated in part by an inability to restaff as dining room reopenings presented a shot at better revenues.

Vaccinated employees and guests no longer need to cover their faces, but how can an operator determine if they have been?

The restaurant industry’s labor shortage is a multifaceted problem, finds Snagajob survey.

Restaurants that rely on seasonal workers are scrambling to fill jobs. In the meantime, they’re trying different tactics to make up for the labor gap.

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