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Labor issues are pressing the brakes on chains' expansion, study finds

The quality of potential hires is more of an issue than the quantity, the report from the International Franchise Association shows.


New pay disclosure rules set to start for NYC restaurants

Operators are getting ready to air pay ranges in their want ads, starting May 15.

Restaurants and bars added 61,300 jobs in March, down from about 94,000 in February, according to the BLS.

The corporation says it'll work to overturn a pet law of the governor. He, in turn, warns that he may put a leash on the company.

The appointment of David Weil as the Biden administration's wage and hour chief was blocked by a bipartisan vote.

Holders of those restaurant positions end up splitting with their spouses twice as often as their counterparts in other jobs.

Hospitality employees quit in greater numbers last month than they did in January, according to federal statistics.

A bill introduced in the House calls for the creation of three-year visas for targeted foreign workers.

Beantown is emerging as the new epicenter of baristas' organizing drive.

In an interview with RB, the president of the SEIU shares her take on why unions are making headway in the restaurant industry.

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