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Slow Foods USA Works to Revolutionize School Lunch

BROOKLYN, NY (Sept. 4) If you're selling to the school lunch market, you can't help but notice that the only constant lately is change, and the pressure for...

WASHINGTON (August 31, 2010)—As a result of soft sales and traffic levelsand a deteriorating outlook among restaurant operators, the National Restaurant...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 30, 2011)—Driven by positive same-store sales and an increasingly optimistic outlook among restaurant operators, the National...

If you didn’t get a raise last year, ask the boss why you were excluded from what People Report says was the vast majority of salaried restaurant employees who got a bump in base pay during 2012. At the very least, it may help your chances in 2013, when salaries are expected by the human-resources research company to rise by an average of 2.7 percent.

For restaurateurs in Minnesota and Maryland, the minimum wage will depend on your sales level.

Employee development and community involvement are key to success in the inner city, operators say. Hear more best practices from the panelists at the Multicultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance Operators' Conference this week.

The U.S. Department of Labor will likely propose changes before April in the regulations for compensating supervisory personnel like restaurant managers, according to the National Restaurant Association.

A court has issued a temporary injunction that could still be lifted at any time.

President Trump wants a seat for a pro-employer labor specialist.

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