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Business groups sue to stop 'quickie' union elections

The coalition said the NLRB overstepped in ruling that employers and employees could have as little as 14 days to prepare for a yea-or-nay vote on unionizing.

A lawsuit filed in federal court would thwart the Obama administration's efforts to raise the number of salaried managers who are eligible for pay-and-a-half.

The effort will include a "map" that sketches out a career path for individuals. The association is also working on an apprenticeship program with the federal government.

The warning flare was fired during our Restaurant Trends & Directions conference in Chicago, when many a QSR manager might have been wondering why they weren’t getting as many summer job candidates as they had in the past.

Gov. Cuomo has set a rollback as one of his priorities for 2018.

A bill expected to be signed into state law would provide small employers with a tax credit to eligible employees.

For some, restaurant security is a daily concern. Many, however, think about it only when locking up each night.

After poring through economic, industry and consumer trends and statistics, Technomic, Inc., the Chicago-based foodservice industry analyst, concluded that...

Up, up, and away. Beef prices. Cheese prices. Seafood, gas, insurance. Labor costs, as states from New York to Oregon—and many in between—prepare to hike minimum wage.

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