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The decision could require restaurants to forego the tip credit for side work and untipped activities.
Little-noticed ripples on the labor front hold profound implications for foodservice employers.
Finding and keeping great employees is a key to success for any business, and the hospitality industry is no exception.
The restaurant industry believes it has a better chance of keeping the wage break alive if it’s fighting a law instead of a ballot proposal.
The chicken chain is testing voice-activated technology, social media and QR codes to improve training and the work environment.
A new study suggests most servers do better in tip-credit states, with only one full-wage state on its most-favorable list.
Reset the Table is part of a larger initiative by competing ad agencies to empower women by providing informational resources.
In another victory for labor advocates, voters will be asked on the November ballot to establish a single $12 wage for all hourly employees.
The Starbucks Service Fellows program seeks to boost recruitment and retention through social responsibility.
The company plans to invest $2 million in workforce training in Chicago and pledges to reduce employment barriers for 2 million young people.
Up-and-coming restaurant chains and what’s propelling their growth
Food trends and recipes to keep menus fresh
New restaurants and soon-to-open concepts worth monitoring
RB’s exclusive ranking of the highest-grossing independent restaurants
Peter Romeo highlights the moments restaurateurs miss at their own peril
These 50 ideas go beyond what’s “cool” to deliver smart, trend-forward solutions that might just serve as an inspiration for others.