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Legal challenges to President Biden's vaccine mandate intensify

On one front, industry groups and state attorneys general are suing to block the measure, while on another, unions are suing to broaden the scope to smaller businesses.


School nutrition team asks for volunteers to combat staffing shortages

Volunteers would help serve lunch to students and would be provided a free meal.

Over 50 faculty volunteers have been helping serve food to students.

Foodservice operators and other large employers have until Jan. 4 to get their workers vaccinated, while employees who refuse will have to wear masks at work starting in December.

Operators share what they’re doing to retain staff during the labor shortage.

Foodservice operators and other employers can deny the exceptions in instances of "undue burden."

Dining teams are thinking outside of the box to fill open positions as hiring remains a struggle.

No other industry came near that level of voluntary departures, government statistics show.

In a speech saluting employers who've voluntarily required COVID-19 vaccinations, the president said his administration is close to having the specifics of compliance spelled out.

The rules will seek to protect back-of-house workers when temperatures soar to extreme heights.

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