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Tip pooling plan runs into a buzzsaw of public outrage

Public comments on a proposal to allow tips to be shared with back-of-house staff have been plentiful and negative. There are also allegations the Department of Labor hid a damning projection of the rule change's impact on servers' income.

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Tip credit reconsideration begins in N.Y.

The first in a series of hearings was convened Friday to gauge the public's opinion on disallowing the break in pay for the employers of tipped employees.

Getting millennial recruits up to snuff means re-evaluating longstanding procedures, such as handbooks and classroom learning, in order to jive with the tendencies and preferences of this always-questioning, tech-dependent demographic.

Restaurants are stealing a page out of Silicon Valley’s book filled with unheard-of benefits and annotating it to fit the industry framework.

They’re dynamic and elusive, they’re transforming the workplace, and they might be harder to get than ever. Here, four key employee types—and how to win them over.

A last-ditch effort to block a wage hike in Minneapolis was thwarted by a judge on Monday, putting the market on track for a $15 hourly minimum for small employers by 2024.

Want customers to buy in to new flavors? Start with servers’ selling skills.

As brands grow from small operations into larger chains, investments in home office hires become critical.

The restaurant industry has a unique perspective on the immigration issue. The trade is built on immigrants the way the auto industry depends on tires.

Virtual job postings may seem like a savings, but only when matched with the right positions.

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