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We recently hired a transgender employee. As an employer, how do I appropriately accommodate this employee, from locker rooms to preparing my current staff?
A proposal aired this week in sketchy detail by President Obama would extend eligibility to managers paid less than $50,440.
The 18-month struggle to create a super-distributor is over, to the tune of $312.5 million in break-up fees.
Two Michigan representatives have introduced legislation that would require prison kitchens be inspected by the local county health department, after continued issues with Aramark, who operates the...
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections is renewing its foodservice contract with Aramark, despite an employee union counter-proposal to privatize.
The bipartisan Apprenticeship and Jobs Training Act of 2015 would create a $5,000 tax credit for employers using apprenticeships to train workers in high-demand industries, such as food and beverage.
Six percent of children and 3 percent of adults now suffer from food allergies, with the main culprits being gluten, milk, eggs, fish, nuts and soy.
Little, co-founder of Cini-Little International, Inc. recently passed away after a battle with Leukemia.
The three-day dive into ways of fostering health and sustainability yielded what one speaker termed a “bowl of noodles” of foodservice ideas and issues.
Under the new 15-year contract, the foodservice provider will manage Yosemite’s hospitality programs, which include food and beverage, lodging, retail, and recreational and transportation services.