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Foodservice calls on Congress to avert a rail strike

If railroad workers should walk out, the pipeline for about 30% of the nation’s packaged food supplies would be disrupted, per the Consumer Brands Association.

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The state of healthcare foodservice: Navigating staffing shortages

More than half of survey respondents say that being short-staffed is the top challenge they anticipate in their operations this year.

University Dining instituted "microshifts" that fit better into student schedules. The result erased staffing shortages.

The proposed agreement includes at least a 12% wage increase over the life of the contract.

Engage employees in the conversation and work to change the culture to get staff to want to continue contributing, Advice Guy says.

Support for the whole worker, flexible scheduling and more are gaining steam as staffing issues continue to roil operations.

Whether the meeting is during regular work hours or outside of them, onsite or offsite, required or optional, you’ll need to pay at least full minimum wage to hourly staffers, Advice Guy says.

University employees represented by Teamsters Local 320 include groundskeepers, custodians and cooks.

While it may seem that workers who do not regularly handle food shouldn’t need to follow the same regulations as prep and line cooks, the same standards should and do apply, Advice Guy says.

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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