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Group takes aim at restaurants' substance abuse problem

Ben's Friends provides a forum for addicts (and those who suspect they may be) to support one another in their quest for sobriety.

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Chili's to offer restaurant training to military members

It will be the first restaurant company to take part in SkillBridge, a program backed by the Department of Defense and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

The company will reimburse workers if the procedures are not available within 100 miles of where they live.

Spouses, domestic partners and children of Brinker managers can get free GED and associate's degree training and more through the Best You EDU program.

The survey, backed by two unions, found that job seekers with “racially distinctive” Black names were less likely to receive a callback for GM openings and other leadership posts than those with white-sounding names.

The petition also asks a federal court to order that Starbucks cease and desist a number of tactics for resisting unionization, including intensified scrutiny of employees prior to a union vote.

A high-level official has leveled several dozen complaints against the coffee giant for its response to the organizing drive.

The pension funds for New York state and New York City have joined calls for the companies to study the impact of higher wages. The moves are being backed by advocacy group One Fair Wage.

Dine Brands is investing in handheld server tablets and exploring robots to help ease a nagging staffing shortage.

Restaurants' labor problem is shifting back to retention as much as recruitment.

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