`ONLY' A 1% MENU PRICE RISE: Minimum wage hikes hit f/s hard
- Foodservice industry walks fine line in minimum-wage debate. Van Warner, Rick // Nation's Restaurant News;5/27/96, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p21
Editorial. Focuses on the negative impact of an increase in minimum wage on the food service industry of the United States. Increase in payroll costs; Fewer opportunities for unemployed people.
- Bringing home less bacon. Coeyman, Marjorie; Klara, Robert // Restaurant Business;7/20/96, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p58
Focuses on the growth of salaries of food service executives in the United States for 1995. Result of the survey of the `Restaurant Business' magazine; Growth of salaries compared to that of 1994; Top ten salaries.
- California's high costs, legislation make No. 1 foodservice market look less attractive. Spector, Amy // Nation's Restaurant News;08/23/99, Vol. 33 Issue 34, p45
Reveals the factors that make California's food service market less attractive. Includes high minimum wage and workers' compensation benefits; Refusal to allow tips to be credited toward employers' minimum-wage obligations; Decline of available workforce.
- MarketCapsule: SALARIES UP JUST 2.9% THIS YEAR. // FoodService Director;11/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p5
Reports on the average salary increase of non-commercial food service managers in the United States in year 2000. Average increases received by the people in the country.
- Washington state OKs pay hike. // FoodService Director;12/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p22
Reports on an increase in wage rates in Washington state for food service workers approved by voters during the fall 1998 election. Hourly wages in 1999 and 2000.
- 7-of-10 feel pay-raises are below par. // FoodService Director;12/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p64
Focuses on the salaries of business and industry foodservice operators in the United States. Salary by gender, age and region; Marital status by gender, education levels by gender and salary distribution by gender; Comparative earnings of women and men in corporate dining; Percentage of workers...
- Tipping the scales. // Executive Report;Oct95, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p9
Reports on the possible effect of a wage increase on the food service industry in the United States. Absence of a true minimum wage in the restaurant industry because of tipping.
- 90-day relief for teens. // FoodService Director;10/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p28
Reports that foodservice operators in the United States that are being affected by the September, 1997 payroll increase in the Federal minimum wage, could ease the pressure by hiring younger workers. Statistics on the national hourly pay; Who this pay applies to.
- A new NRA study says the last minimum wage hike cost the industry 146,000 jobs. How will another... // FoodService Director;06/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p44
Presents the reactions of food service industry executives in the United States on the possible impact of another wage increase on the industry. Re-evaluation of hiring in the industry; Need to pay the best wages to employees; Impact of the low unemployment.
- Push to create caste of professional, untipped servers is gaining converts. Doherty, James; Koteff, Ellen // Nation's Restaurant News;04/07/97, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p27
Editorial. Comments on fine-dining operators' offering of salaries and benefits packages to their servers. Packages funded through special customer charges; Restaurateur Charlie Trotter's tip-pooling approach; Search for a way to elevate table service to a profession in the United States;...