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U.S. House of Representatives approves a $15 minimum wage

The Raise the Wage Act, approved in the Democratic-controlled House on party lines, now moves to the Republican-controlled Senate.


Foodservice industry nabs funding for developing an alternative labor pool

A federal grant of $4.5 million will be used by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to prepare current and former prison inmates for restaurant jobs.

The so-called living wage would kill about 1.3 million jobs, according to a report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.

The increases will bring several regions closer to a rate of $15 an hour and push San Francisco through that barrier. 

Alternate sources of labor could prove a boon for operators.

A new study offers some insights.

Foodservice operators share how creating a culture of caring is helping them attract and retain team members.

Foodservice operators had a lot to say about finding, training and retaining employees during this year’s National Restaurant Association Show. Here’s a sampling of what they shared.

Create a dynamic culture, and workers will stick around.

ProStart’s national competition gives aspiring industry stars the chance to jumpstart their careers.

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