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The state of C&U foodservice: Where are the workers?

Nearly all respondents (96%) to an FSD survey say a lack of staff is the the top challenge they’re facing this school year.

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California mandates greater pay transparency from employers

Help wanted ads will be required to include a pay range, and potential hires can't be asked about their past pay levels.

Executive Chef Amira Cooke has helped her foodservice team at Aurora Innovation build a safe and thriving work environment.

One thousand employees have walked out of all 84 of the facility's foodservice outlets in a push for higher wages, according to their union.

Many chefs know how to value their time when negotiating a salary, but when consulting other businesses on new food products or recipe development, things are less clear, Advice Guy says.

The foodservice provider is turning to robots to ease the labor crunch and free up human servers to focus on hospitality.

Bozeman Public Schools has partnered with nearby Monforton School District, which has lately been unable to serve hot lunches to students.

The small-business survey from Alignable.com also found that 9% of operators are laying off workers because they fear the economy is getting worse.

The third-party deliverer just announced a decade-long partnership with autonomous vehicle company Nuro.

Masonic Village at Sewickley has awarded $4,000 scholarships to 11 servers.

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