The owner of a Manhattan bakery alleges third-party delivery aggregators are violating New York City’s cap on delivery fees, according to a new lawsuit.
In a pair of proposed rules published on March 25, 2021, the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S.
Running background right now to a host of issues, from the increasingly difficult task to hire
The Department of Labor has decided to move forward with a rule that allows front-of-house workers who don’t work under a “tip credit” to share their tips with back-of-house workers. ...
The House of Representatives passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill early Saturday, meaning restaurants are one step closer toward $25 billion in relief.
Eliminating the tip credit is another significant concern for operators.
The path to a $15 federal minimum wage was laid out by Democrats Tuesday with the reintroduction of a bill that would raise the rate for the first time since 2009, with $15 on deck by 2025. ...
The Department of Labor issued a final rule Tuesday to allow restaurants to require servers to pool tips with staff who don’t typically earn them.
We all know this has been a year like no other for the restaurant industry. The pandemic caused closures, both temporarily and permanently, for too many establishments.
Sunday’s news lawmakers reached a final deal to distribute a fresh $900 billion COVID-19 relief package was met with trepidation by at least one corner of the restaurant industry.