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How Delaware is using restaurants to prevent opioid deaths

A new program teaches workers how to reverse an overdose and help a teammate who may be in danger.

Workforce

British employers try a novel solution to the labor shortage

As of this month, about six dozen companies are shifting to a four-day work week, without any change in hours per day or pay.

Working Lunch: Restaurateurs could be stoking controversy with their stances on everything from guns to tipping.

Uber and Lyft drivers prefer the flexibility and better pay, according to a new study by BTIG, which suggested pizza chains may need to change their business models to compete.

The group supporting the drive says it will earmark the money to pay workers if they walk off their jobs during contract negotiations.

Workers at more than 100 Starbucks units have now voted to organize, and employees of other coffee chains have taken steps to do likewise.

The shooter in Uvalde, Texas, had reportedly worked in a restaurant to pay for his guns and ammo. Here are some flags that a member of your staff might be contemplating violence.

DEI was a topic of focus for many attendees of the National Restaurant Association Show, and several presenters shared their playbooks for creating an inclusive environment for employees.

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

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.

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