WyckWyre.com integrates E-Verify hiring tools

WyckWyre.com, an online talent management solution provider, has integrated new recruitment systems that help restaurant employers manage I-9 verifications, receive Work Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC), conduct background checks and more. "WyckWyre.com now makes focusing on the right person for the...

Eagle Boys goes on a hiring spree

Eagle Boys Pizza, Australia's second largest pizza chain, is going on a hiring spree ahead of the biggest-selling time of the year in the country. Eagle Boys is hoping to fill 1,000 job vacancies in time for soccer finals, school...

People Report, Black Box Intelligence form foodservice joint venture

Black Box Intelligence LLC, Consumer Edge Research LLC, GuestMetrics LLC and People Report have announced the formation of a joint venture that will capture the combined product offerings of the four companies to provide foodservice industry data and analytics. Together,...

Restaurant Management Recruiters launches mobile app for job seekers

Restaurant Management Recruiters (RMR), a specialized recruiting firm created to serve the executive and management recruiting needs of the restaurant industry, has launched RMR Mobile, a free mobile phone application delivering unprecedented access to confidential and rarely-advertised jobs available in...

Upper Crust Pizzeria fined again for labor violations

Upper Crust Pizzeria, in Salem, Mass., has been fined more than $80,000 by the Department of Labor for a violation of federal overtime and record-keeping laws. According to Boston.com, the restaurant failed to pay 11 employees for overtime work. The...

Domino’s growth speeds through UK

Who needs fish and chips when you can order pizza? That's a question many Brits must be asking as Domino's Pizza enjoys sales increases due to online, iPhone and Android ordering. In fact, the company's 2010 sales were up almost...

Pizza Hut plans to expand UK delivery outlets

Pizza Hut plans to open 300 delivery outlets throughout the United Kingdom, a move that would bring as many as 5,000 new jobs to the country. According to The Grapevine Magazine, there are currently 318 such units in the U.K. and Ireland.

Papa Gino’s taps IBM for data analytics

Papa Gino's has implemented IBM business analytics software to closely measure data pulled from the chain's online customer loyalty program. The customer loyalty program has recently boasted a 50 percent increase in the total of an average order at the...

People Report Summer Camp: 'Female Jerry Maguire' discusses building relationships

Molly Fletcher, sports agent, author and president and CEO of Fletcher Digital, spoke to a large audience at People Report Summer Camp Workforce Symposium in Dallas on June 8. Her speech focused on connecting and building relationships, and how her...

NRA: Restaurants to boost summer employment numbers

Restaurants are expected to add 425,000 jobs this summer season, a 4.6 percent increase over the March 2011 employment level, according to National Restaurant Association projections released today. This year shows the strongest summer employment projections since 2007, underscoring that...

Domino’s crowns international rookie manager of the year

A 27-year-old employee from Portsmouth, United Kingdom has been crowned international rookie manager of the year by Domino's Pizza. Jenny Price won the competition that featured 1,500 first-time managers from Domino's units throughout the world. The Domino's International Rookie Manager...

eTab launches food-ordering kiosk with payment capability

A self-service solution that allows restaurant and bar patrons to order and pay at their tables is now available from eTab. It uses a digital-menu interface on a portable touch-screen computer to wirelessly connect table to the restaurant's wait staff...

Naked Pizza picks Phoenix for training facility

New Orleans-based Naked Pizza has chosen Phoenix as the site for its new corporate development hub. The company will use this location to build on its expansion plans, which include developing and operating at least 12 corporate-owned store locations, with...

Hay Group & CRCA: Restaurant salary freezes thawing

According to a recent survey released by management consulting firm Hay Group and the Chain Restaurant Compensation Association (CRCA), the restaurant industry is lifting the salary increase freeze that took hold for the last two years. According to the survey...

Eagle Boys anticipates high Easter weekend sales

Australia's Eagle Boys Pizza is gearing up for a busy Easter weekend, with an anticipated sales increase of 30 percent between April 22 and April 26. Helping drive the sales increase is the country's State of Origin nights (often considered...

NRA honors four with Diversity Awards

The National Restaurant Association honored restaurant entrepreneurs and a culinary college with its 2011 Faces of Diversity. Among the honorees were Richard Castro, a McDonald's franchisee in El Paso, Texas, and Amporn Vasquez, executive chef of Pizza by Elizabeths in...

N.Y. pizzeria ordered to pay $800K in back wages

Martino's Pizzeria Inc., which runs Mama's Pizzeria and Restaurant in Copiague, N.Y., has been ordered to pay nearly $800,000 in back wages to 40 employees via a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Labor. The fine includes immediate payment of $390,000 for minimum wage and overtime back wages, and $390,000 in liquidated damages.

Pizzeria owner encourages employees to arm themselves

After Mark Miller's Double-M Pizza was robbed in the Pittsburgh suburb of Charleroi, he decided to take action. According to CBS Pittsburgh, Miller is encouraging his employees to get a weapon permit, train how to use it and carry it...

Class action suit against Pizza Hut grows

More than 20,000 delivery drivers for Pizza Hut's largest franchisee, NPC International Inc., are now considered eligible plaintiffs in a national class action suit stemming from mileage reimbursement. According to the Kansas City Star, a U.S. District Judge granted conditional certification for the drivers based on minimum wage violations.

Study: Managers to hire, pay more in Summer '11

A newly released summer job survey commissioned by SnagAJob.com predicts that hiring managers with available jobs expect to be paying an average of $10.90 this year, a nearly 7 percent increase over last summer’s $10.20. Additionally, those managers are also...

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