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Philip Speer’s path to sobriety also led to a new kind of restaurant

The critically acclaimed chef made his name in an era when heavy partying was an industry norm. At Comedor, he’s creating a different culture.

Workforce

4 ways restaurants can put a dent in substance abuse

Solutions can be as simple as nixing shift drinks or as hands-on as learning how to treat an overdose.

The small-business survey from Alignable.com also found that 9% of operators are laying off workers because they fear the economy is worsening.

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

The coffee giant will provide savings assistance and student loan management tools. The benefits follow increased worker pay at non-union stores last month.

Reality Check: The industry nodded through the takeaway of key employer powers. Is it just going to roll over as the setbacks continue?

Experts say the risk of infection isn't great, but it's there. The greater danger could be the fears of guests and staff.

A coalition of Fast Act opponents has filed paperwork that would let voters decide if the law should take effect.

Washington, D.C.-based Knead Hospitality is adding a package of leisure perks similar to what white-collar execs might negotiate.

Hart House CEO Andy Hooper hopes to redefine the QSR employment experience with higher wages and benefits that go way beyond the industry standard.

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