A California state lawmaker introduced legislation on Thursday requiring soda and other sugary beverages to carry warning labels, in much the same way that cigarettes do.
The National Restaurant Association thanked the Obama Administration for extending transition relief to some employers impacted by the Affordable Care Act. The U.S.
State of the Unions offers some positives, some not, for the restaurant industry
The National Restaurant Association reiterated its support for efforts to establish the health care law’s definition of full-time employment at 40 hours per w
On January 1, minimum hourly wages increased in 13 states, bringing the total number of states with higher minimum wages than required by the federal government to 21.
Hard Rock International has terminated its franchise relationship with Operadora DB Mexico, S.A.
Darden Restaurants announced that the company scored 100 out of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) 2014 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) for its business practices and policies toward its lesbian
When it comes to the rate of work-related injuries and illnesses, along with days missed from work, Smithfield Foods, Inc.
The National Restaurant Association, joined by 36 state restaurant association partners, is calling on Senate leaders to support reforms that will provide restaurateurs and other technology end-use
More than 1,000 restaurateurs have taken advantage of the National Restaurant Association’s Notification Tool, an online resource designed to help employers meet the October 1 deadline to not