The Worker Shortage Is Pushing Employee Benefits to New Levels
Restaurant Business 10/26
At Your Pie, the fast-casual pizza franchise, labor has been so short that some operators are slowing down expansion plans and working more on the front lines themselves, crafting pizzas because there aren’t enough people on staff.
The Key to Recruiting and Retaining Millennial and Gen Z Workers
QSR Magazine 10/25
It’s no secret that the current labor shortage is leaving a significant impact on the restaurant industry with some businesses limiting their hours or even closing permanently due to lack of staff.
Food Industry Policy
County Settles With Cronies Over Alleged Dining Ban Violation
AGOURA HILLS, CA — Los Angeles County reached a settlement with one of two restaurants sued earlier this year for allegedly disregarding the outdoor dining ban put in place last November to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
North Park restaurants told to remove outdoor patios to build bus lanes
KUSI News 10/25
NORTH PARK (KUSI) – Some of the most popular restaurants in North Park got some unsettling news recently.
On the Side
Cracker Barrel debuts Los Angeles ghost kitchen
Restaurant Dive 10/26
Cracker Barrel’s debut in Los Angeles through a virtual brand helps it circumvent the city’s steep real estate prices —the highest in the country — while testing the waters of a broader rollout.
What Guests Really Think About Tech at the Table and Other Trends
Modern Restaurant Management 10/26
Paying at the table is seen as a much better restaurant experience for patrons, but Americans are mixed about viewing menus via QR code, according to exclusive research conducted for Modern Restaurant Management (MRM) magazine by Provoke Insights.