Immigration authorities mount crackdown in Calif.
This time, 77 businesses, including an unspecified number of restaurants, were alerted that all employees' I-9 forms would be checked. The demand landed employers in a tug of war between federal and state authorities.
Looking at the most recent crop of new products, one thing seems clear: Equipment companies are listening more closely to the needs of operators. It’s no longer just about adding bells and whistles. Today, if a new piece of equipment isn’t greener, cleaner or smaller, it’s not going to make the cut.
Attendees at this month’s NAFEM Show in Orlando will be confronted with the usual mind-boggling array of equipment, everything from mammoth, industrial-strength dishwashers down to pocket-sized meat thermometers. The single unifying factor—maximized performance that justifies the expense of new equipment.