Restaurant HR and Personnel

Immigration laws, the Affordable Care Act, trends in the workforce—FSR presents in-depth analysis and news about events, trends and people impacting foodservice and restaurants.

 

From Social Media to Social Service

Social graces have been redefined across generations, but there is no denying that some essential attributes of fine service have been lost along the way, and the rise of social media has had some detrimental effects on students’ concepts of etiquette and service.

Jim Vinz Named CEO of TooJay's Restaurant and Deli Jim Vinz Named CEO of TooJay's Restaurant and Deli

TooJay's Restaurant and Deli is pleased to announce Jim Vinz as its new CEO.Vinz will oversee the expansion and evolution of the company based in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The Foreign Exchange The Foreign Exchange

Nakul Mahendro, co-owner of Badmaash, the Los Angeles Indian gastropub, says good service transcends taking orders and bringing food to the table; it’s important his staff have a 360-degree understanding of Indian culture.

Advisory Council Announced for N.C. Restaurant Expo

Exposition Development Company (ExpoDevCo) announced the 2015 North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Expo Advisory Council. More than 20 industry leaders have been selected to guide show management with the development of the event.

NRA Hires VP of Strategic Alliances

TheNational Restaurant Association(NRA) announced the hiring of JeffreyCaloreas senior vice president of strategic alliances.

Employer Coalition Voices Concerns With Healthcare Law

The Employers for Flexibility in Health Care (E-FLEX) Coalition raised questions about the challenges that employers face in implementing the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Majority Support Minimum Wage Hike, Survey Finds

In a survey of 1,000 restaurant-goers, Technomic found 83 percent support increasing the minimum wage and adjusting it annually for inflation. 

NRA Announces Health Care Discounts for Members

The National Restaurant Association (NRA) announced exclusive member discounts from UnitedHealthcare on manual medical rates for fully insured business groups with 51 or more eligible employees.  

Organizations Fight 30-Hour Work Week Under Health Care Law Organizations Fight 30-Hour Work Week Under Health Care Law

The National Restaurant Association along with organizations representing hundreds of thousands of employers and tens of millions of employees are launching the "More Time for Full-Time" initiative.

Culinary Program in Utah is Accepting Students

The cooking series at the Park City Culinary Institute, a culinary program in Utah, is heating up again after filling all seats in the first cooking class program this fall. 

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