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.

 

Culinary Science Degree Delves into Flavor

Many of us came independently to the idea of a culinary science bachelor’s degree.

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. 

Restaurants Named Top Business Sector in Poll Restaurants Named Top Business Sector in Poll

The restaurant industry is regarded as the top business sector in America according to the results of the annual Gallup Work and Education poll released last week. 

Restaurant Industry Named One of the Most Competitive Job Markets Restaurant Industry Named One of the Most Competitive Job Markets

A recent study conducted by LiveCareer, a resume builder and online career website, analyzed the site's entire resume database for the first half of 2014 to determine the most in-demand job fields. 

Industry Study Reveals Workforce's Goals and Compensation Industry Study Reveals Workforce's Goals and Compensation

Nine out of 10 restaurant employees say they are proud to work in the restaurant industry, while three-quarters believe the industry offers them a strong career path and upward mobility, according to a new workforce study released today by the National Restaurant Association Educationa

Report: 43% of Industry Workers Live Below Twice the Poverty Line

One of the largest labor sectors in the U.S., the restaurant industry, has nearly half of its workers living under the income threshold required for a family to make ends meet, among many terrible working conditions, according to a new report. 

NRA Announces Employee Education Alliance

The National Restaurant Association announced a new alliance with business-advocate Job Creators Network (JCN) in an effort to provide entrepreneurs and business leaders in the industry with the tools they need to educate restaurant employees about the public policy issues that directl

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