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Union behind California's fast-food wage law try to derail efforts to overturn it

The SEIU has asked state officials to halt employers' drive for a referendum, saying they're cheating.


Restaurants' business week is shrinking as pandemic effects linger, study finds

The average U.S. restaurant is open 6.4 fewer hours a week because of the inability to find workers, according to a study from Datassential.

"We were being greedy" before the pandemic, says the chef-owner of Southern Belle in Atlanta. Reworking the model has resulted in a happier, healthier and more stable workforce.

The two sides can't agree on what form the meetings should take. About 40 were set between now and Nov. 10.

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

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.

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