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Restaurants get a new tool for realizing the business payback of DEI

The Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance has developed a step-by-step how-to guide.


How’s the industry doing on DEI? Depends on whom you ask

New research shows a marked difference in the assessments of employers and employees.

The Brinker veteran replaces recently departed Rick Badgley in what the company called a change in leadership structure.

The undisclosed amount came from the London-based Promethean Investments. The company will use the funding to boost production amid “overwhelming” interest.

Support for the whole worker, flexible scheduling and more are gaining steam as staffing issues continue to tax operations.

And another North Carolina operator must also pay more than $157,000 to 65 workers following a U.S. Labor Department investigation.

Working Lunch: The polarization is spilling into the workplace, with 26% of employees already saying they feel the effects in their job experiences.

The Department of Labor floated new criteria that narrows the definition of independent contractor. It could threaten the business model of food delivery companies that classify drivers as contractors.

Reality Check: The new aspirational goal of organized labor is a 50% increase over what was once regarded as a moonshot of a raise. And it's already being hit.

The industry added 60,000 jobs last month but remains more than 500,000 jobs from its pre-pandemic levels. Wage growth increased, too.

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