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The Center for Hospitality Research at Cornell's School of Hotel Administration says it's a good thing, actually.
It'll happen by 2017.
Those fries and the shake should come with more money, activists say.
Arise, you have nothing to lose but chain restaurants.
Guest workers were forced to work long hours at substandard pay, and live in squalid, employer-owned apartments.
Pico Boulevard restaurants are being hassled over their commitment to employees in revenge for the closing of an Iowa meat processing facility.
Jot Condie argues that the dismal claims of labor organization Restaurant Center Opportunities United are "not as widespread as [it] insists."
Restaurant workers get paid $500 to $700 per month for 60- and 70-hour weeks?
A West Village sushi restaurant is publicly shaming a former employee.
Why the newest crop of hotel restaurants could succeed.
"Nothing about these restaurants is legal."
Sure, the burrito brand is sponsoring screenings, but the movie's creators are still critical of its policies.
The Thai restaurant's employees were paid as little as $2.08 an hour.
Two companies go under, one thanks to labor and one thanks to general economic malaise.
A former hostess describes a vulgar, threatening workplace.