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The staff of another Jose Andres restaurant aims to unionize

Employees of The Bazaar in Washington, D.C., have drafted a petition and asked for voluntary recognition of union representation. The famed chef has yet to respond.


New York tries a program for turning asylum seekers into restaurant cooks

A pilot program undertaken with the instructional institution C-CAP aims to steer the immigrants into foodservice jobs, starting with positions in New York City.

More than half the surveyed restaurateurs and club owners say they'd consider shutting down at least one of their operations. Nearly 9 of 10 contend it'd be a disaster.

The fast-casual Mexican restaurant chain announced a series of financial and mental wellness benefits as it ramps up hiring for what it calls "burrito season."

Working Lunch: Some unionized workers aren't happy about a portion of their paycheck going to labor groups, and they're deciding to do something about it.

Advice Guy offers hiring tips to find a restaurant manager who acts like they own the place.

Yet QSRs and sit-down places outside of Washington stepped up their hiring.

The coffee chain wants the nation's highest court to decide if employees were truly dismissed because of their union activities.

Working Lunch: The past week has brought at least one long-awaited and controversial regulatory change. But that's not all that's happening.

Executive Summary; A roundup of hirings and promotions in the restaurant industry, including new hires at Sterling Hospitality and Scooter's Coffee.

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