labor

Workforce

Allegheny Health Network taps Pittsburgh Community Kitchen to meet the labor challenge

A Cura Hospitality culinary director partners with the nonprofit to hire trained but hard-to-place workers.

Operations

How rising costs and tech innovation could impact culinary schools

Attendees of a yearly gathering of foodservice educators saw how industry changes might trickle down to their curriculums.

Citing "life-threatening" temperatures, federal safety authorities are advising employers to combine common sense with precautions tailored to their workplace.

Chartwells Higher Ed is bringing the Picnic Pizza Station to three additional campuses.

As of this month, about six dozen companies are transitioning to a four-day work week, without any change in hours per day or pay.

Keep employees engaged and content on the job with these ideas from restaurant operators.

DEI was a topic of focus for many attendees of the National Restaurant Association Show, and several presenters shared their playbooks for creating an inclusive environment for employees.

Tel Hai Retirement Community in Honey Brook, Pa., partnered with a nearby school to fill the labor gap.

Fifteen students at Wayzata High School are working in the cafeteria for class credit and close to $17 an hour.

Panera Bread is testing software from Miso Robotics to monitor the coffee station so workers don’t have to.

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