Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training


Unconscious bias can impact your business

A new online training suite developed by the National Restaurant Association aims to help employees and managers interact more mindfully with guests and one another.


Wage hikes force large-scale restaurant closings, study finds

A survey of employers and employees also shows widespread elimination of jobs and cutbacks in hours.

Women in the restaurant industry are advancing in their careers, but what’s next?

Each year, more than 400 ProStart students compete at the National ProStart Invitational, the country’s premier high school restaurant management and culinary skills competition.

Here are four ways that sexual harassment training can help your restaurant business prevent harassment, encourage positive behavior and actively promote a safe, respectful culture.

For the second time in a week, employees of a unit have voted to become part of an Industrial Workers of the World affiliate.

A fifth unit of Burgerville is currently voting on whether it, too, will be represented by an affiliate of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Newly formed association health plans were struck down in a lawsuit filed by 11 states, but the National Restaurant Association’s established plan was unaffected.

The group that organized three units of Burgerville last year are going after a second chain, setting a possible model for organizing the sector.

Could bring-your-own-device policies help workforce woes?