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Restaurant coalition sues to block broadened eligibility for overtime pay from taking effect July 1

Restaurant trade groups and other business organizations have filed the action in the same court that struck down a similar change in the rules in 2017.

Workforce

Organized labor blasts fast-food chains for employing inmates

Working Lunch: Unions say they want the practice stopped. But their real aim is to alienate the Black community.

The Ohio Restaurant & Hospitality Alliance airs research showing tipped employees are as opposed as their employers are.

Proponents of killing the credit acknowledged this week that legislation outlawing the employer concession is virtually dead for this year.

The industry and its allies are pushing legislation that would raise the state's minimum wage to $15 but keep the credit. The move is intended to thwart an effort to both raise the wage and kill the credit through a ballot initiative.

Reality Check: President Biden issued a set of guidelines Thursday for protecting workers from the digital onslaught.

The likelihood of workers testing positive, particularly for marijuana use, was particularly high for workers involved in workplace accidents.

The Behind You program by the Southern Smoke Foundation will connect those in the food-and-beverage industry to mental health services in five more states. The nonprofit hopes to raise $1 million this year for the expansion.

Working Lunch: Minneapolis is essentially testing the portability of the controversial Golden State model.

The program's best went head to head for a weekend in Baltimore, with 96 teenaged teams vying for $200,000 in scholarships to continue their restaurant educations.

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