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IFA, NRA urge restaurant operators to join in the battle to kill California’s Fast Act

As labor organizers rally in Sacramento, the industry associations warn of the growing threat of unionization that is "not your daddy’s labor movement.’"

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Lakisha Hunter went from gang leader to chef. Now she's showing others the way

The proprietor of Chicago's That Jerk Spot is easing youngsters with legal issues into restaurant careers.

The labor group said it will distribute its version on Red Cup Day to patrons who support the chain's unionization. Guests might also be encouraged to sing along with strikers.

A group with a voice on how union pensions are invested is pressing six publicly owned restaurant giants to accept and work within the Fast Act's new process for setting fast-food wages.

Voters ordered D.C. restaurants to pay all workers at least $16.10 by 2027. Also, Nebraskans approved a $15 hourly wage in their state by 2026.

The District's attorney general says employers are illegally passing along the fees for using the app to servers and bartenders.

The delivery company is giving operators access to discounted healthcare and other perks in an effort to help them attract and keep workers.

New federal statistics show that just 6,000 jobs were filled during the month, compared with the more than 60,000 positions that were added in September.

The 11 employees of Brooklyn's Daily Press have petitioned federal regulators for the go-ahead to vote on joining Workers United, the same group behind the Starbucks union drive.

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