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Court orders Starbucks to honor a DOL subpoena

The subpoena seeks documents related to the coffee chain's reaction to a unionization drive.

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Restaurant and bar employment returns to pre-pandemic levels

New federal data show the sector added 61,000 jobs in September, or more than 1 of every 5 positions created economywide. The unemployment rate remained at 3.8%.

Wages paid directly to servers, bartenders and other tipped restaurant employees will rise by 67% over the next five years.

On April 1, 527,000 fast-food workers in California will be entitled to pay of at least $20 an hour, a 29% boost from their current minimum wage. Experts say the jump will likely ratchet up pay across other industry sectors as well.

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

The action alleges that the board violates the Constitution's separation-of-powers principles.

Under a new initiative championed by Gov. Kathy Hochul, the state is serving as a matchmaker between the new arrivals and prospective employers.

Working Lunch: A group called the Critical Labor Coalition has some ideas its pushing on the Hill. Here are a few of the would-be aids.

Advice Guy: In an ideal scenario, a dedicated staff cleaning person or contractor, who doesn’t handle food, would take care of restroom cleaning.

The whole foodservice industry will need to fill about 2.6 million vacant positions every year through 2032, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

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