The Department of Labor (DOL) under the Trump administration has been particularly busy these past two years proposing and implementing changes, especially when it comes to tipped employees.
Only three months after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Washington D.C.-based chef Mike Isabella announced he will be shutting down his entire company, Mike Isabella Concepts.
Whether clever and cute or straightforward and simple, a restaurant’s branding is one of its most important assets.
On November 8, the Department of Labor retracted the Obama-era “80/20 rule” and clarified guidelines on how employers should properly compensate tipped employees.
Hub International Limited, a leading global insurance brokerage, announced the launch of its Hospitality captive, an exclusive member-owned group captive insurance solution.
Opening a new restaurant means navigating a maze of creative, logistical, and legal challenges that would make American film producer M. Night Shyamalan blush.
U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-IN), Jerry Moran (R-KS), and James M.
On Monday, May 21, the Supreme Court ruled that class- and collective-action waivers in employee arbitration agreements are enforceable and may prohibit employees from pursuing class- or collective
The best restaurateurs are good at the details: they pay attention to what ingredients go into the food, how each dish is plated and served, how much liquor is sold, and how quickly the tables turn
As foodservice companies continue to find new markets to operate in, foreign reporting for tax purposes has grown in complexity due to an increased level of scrutiny in the last several years.