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Chains are establishing new roles and responsibilities as dining rooms reopen.
Restaurants may be less busy than they've ever been, but the same can't be said for labor advocates.
Restaurants are able to reopen efficiently and without the cost of retraining or recruiting, executives told investors Friday morning.
The Utah Republican said the “bonus” would give the employees of essential businesses an incentive to work rather than collect unemployment.
CEO Brian Niccol has led the adoption of several novel people-focused initiatives.
Invoking the Defense Production Act, the president signed an executive order to keep meat processing facilities open during the pandemic.
The group’s #GuacOff is calling for sick leave, hazard pay and personal protective equipment as it refuses to deliver Chipotle orders for the next three days.
The National Restaurant Association continues to identify and implement solutions to support restaurant employees and operators.
The fund launched in late March provides $500 grants to restaurant workers across America who are facing financial hardship.
For the first time, the federal agency said it's OK to hire essential workers who may have been exposed to the coronavirus. Just take their temperature and have them wear face masks.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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