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Restaurants' desperation to find staff has given job-seekers the upper hand, Advice Guy says.
The fast-casual chain will cover tuition for eligible employees in select business and technology programs.
Opening tip pools to kitchen staffers would be permitted if a tip credit isn’t taken, and the 80/20 rule would be dashed.
The NRAEF has won a grant to set up an on-the-job learning program, its second apprenticeship initiative.
Mocking someone for an accent or lack of proficiency in English, or even using the term “illegal alien,” is now illegal.
As expected, the agency raised the exemption threshold to $35,568.
Data suggests employee turnover is worsening, but there could be a solution.
The fast-casual chain will also give workers access to a suite of “financial wellness” tools.
The National Restaurant Association presses Congress, IRS for solutions as more employers receive letters.
The city alleges Chipotle violated “nearly every aspect” of the law, which guarantees predictable schedules for quick-service employees.
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