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Olive Garden’s parent reinstates execs’ pre-COVID salaries

Gene Lee went from zero dollars, the pay level he set for himself to help Darden Restaurants and its employees, to $1 million a year.

Workforce

Wash. state pushes for broader overtime pay

It’s joining the parade of states that want restaurants and other employers to pay managers extra for working more than 40 hours per week.

The action accuses the games and food chain of cutting hours to make employees ineligible for insurance coverage.

The economy as a whole added 250,000 jobs in the month and wage rates increased.

A new study shows a huge gap between the pay required by law and what employees in demand are actually making.

A comparison of various research snapshots shows how aligned staff pay and restaurant performance are—or are not.

But the slight deceleration won’t be enough to knock retention off the top of most operators’ worry lists, says People Report.

The decision could require restaurants to forego the tip credit for side work and untipped activities.

When an employee leaves, it's rarely a pleasant experience. Terminations are difficult, time consuming and intrusive on an already busy day. Even with an amicable parting, you're still left with a pile of papers and a job to fill.

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.

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