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.

 

At Home in the World’s Top Kitchens

It could have been any guy talking about moving with his wife and dog across the country.

Chili’s Boosts its Bottom Line by Reducing Employee Turnover

Back in 2003, Chili’s Grill & Bar was having a challenging time with the amount of employee turnover and wanted to find a better solution in weeding out candidates for its management posi

NRA: Obama Administration's Overtime Overhaul Will Harm Restaurant Employees

The National Restaurant Association issued the following statement regarding the Department of Labor’s overhaul of current overtime regulations:

The Battle to Break Through

Despite possessing desirable skills, like a strong work ethic and discipline, the path from military to restaurant service is often a complicated one for veterans.

North Carolina 'Bathroom Bill' Prompts Restaurant Response

Guglhupf Bakery unveils its plan to counteract House Bill 2

Survey: 50 Percent Say Restaurant Workers Should Receive Higher Pay

Even though restaurant chains seem to have been enjoying some positive macroeconomic tailwinds of late—from lower food-commodity prices to dramatically lower gasoline prices that have freed u

Del Frisco’s Puts Women at the Forefront of Hospitality

At Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, women are an important part of the company and occupy key leadership roles in the organization.

Learning Disabilities Shouldn’t Restrict Students from Cooking Careers

When it comes to students with learning disabilities, how do we bre

NRA Says Joint-Employer Standard Change Would Harm Small Businesses

In a letter to a House committee Thursday, the National Restaurant Association wrote that ongoing attempts by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to change the joint-employer standard would n

Rising Stars

Largely reader-nominated, and always restaurant-proven, FSR reveals its rising stars, 40 professionals under the age of 40, who are helping to define new expectations for dining experiences across all spectra of restaurant environments.

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