TITLE

NRA study confirms: Minimum wage killed new, existing f/s jobs

PUB. DATE
June 1998
SOURCE
FoodService Director;06/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p34
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Highlights the results of a study conducted by the National Restaurant Association showing the effects of the wage increase on the restaurant industry. Elimination of more than 146,000 foodservice jobs; Increase in menu prices to consumers.
ACCESSION #
789435

 

Related Articles

  • Minimum wage impact on the menu. Maldonado, Jose E. // Caribbean Business;7/25/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 29, p41 

    Reports on the impact of the proposed minimum wage increase on restaurant operations in Puerto Rico. Benefit of wage hike for service assistants such as dishwashers and cashiers; Alternatives for restaurants to deal with the raise; Coverage of certain restaurants under Minimum Wage Board's...

  • Tipping still in season, but for how long? Strong, Michael // Crain's Detroit Business;12/1/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p20 

    The article discusses that while the economy has been considered by many experts to be in the dumps for some time, those in the service industry suggest that when it comes to tipping, people are being as generous as ever. The restaurant owners and general managers cite tips left on credit card...

  • CRA Lobby Day: Pols say insurance hikes coming. Specter, Amy // Nation's Restaurant News;03/27/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 13, p4 

    Reports on highlights of the March 2000 California Restaurant Association (CRA) Lobby Day. Legislative outlook gleaned by members regarding the increase in workers' compensation premiums in 2000; Governor Gray Davis' political agenda as not protecting state employers from paying hourly...

  • RESTAURANT TIP SHEET. Orwoll, Mark // Travel & Leisure;Sep2009, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p32 

    The article discusses the gratuity standard of restaurants around the world. This is in response to the unclear and uncommon tipping in restaurants in several countries including Australia, Japan, and the U.S. Moreover, some U.S. restaurants introduced European style service charges including...

  • EL DERECHO ESPAÑOL SOBRE COMEDORES DE EMPRESA: ACTUALIDAD Y PARADOJAS. Navarro, Antonio V. Sempere // Revista de Derecho (16081714);2011, Vol. 12, p181 

    Two rulings dated 1938 established the obligation of companies to make dinners available to their workers, whether this would be in the form of a place arranged for such purpose, or by even serving food. Since then no other state norm has taken care of the matter, discussing whether the old...

  • Tips for Restaurant and Coffee-shop Owners. Schrengohst, Karina L.; Royal, Amy // BusinessWest;1/16/2012, Vol. 27 Issue 18, p45 

    The article discusses the state and federal laws for restaurant and coffee-shop owners in Massachusetts regarding minimum wage, tips, overtime, and employment of minors. It states that all the proceeds of a restaurant from imposing service charges must be paid to waitstaff employees or...

  • Prepare for growing labor pressure. Rockwell, Steve // Nation's Restaurant News;9/14/2015, Vol. 49 Issue 13, p110 

    The article discusses ways restaurant operators can prepare for the expected rise of workforce costs. Topics discussed include the status of restaurant operators' staff levels as of 2015, reasons behind the lackluster employment market affecting the restaurant industry and disadvantages...

  • THE DELIVERYMEN'S UPRISING. GONNERMAN, JENNIFER; Xiaoqing, Rong // New York;8/13/2007, Vol. 40 Issue 28, p30 

    The article describes the effort by New York City's restaurant deliverymen, many of them Chinese, to band together for better pay, working conditions and treatment by employers and customers. Deliverymen from Our Place Cuisines of China sued the restaurant for wages below the legal minimum wage,...

  • Voters mull 6 measures for CPI-indexed wage hikes. Berta, Dina // Nation's Restaurant News;10/16/2006, Vol. 40 Issue 42, p3 

    The article presents the minimum-wage battle between restaurateurs and workers. The issue will be resolved through voting in six states to decide whether to raise the minimum wage above the current federal level and index it to the rate of inflation. Meanwhile, local associations are leading the...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics