Super Bowl Sunday generates 80% increase in sales at Domino's

Domino's Pizza is planning to deliver more than 11 million pizza slices and 3 million chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2.

WyckWyre acquires online food safety training platform

WyckWyre Food & Hospitality Online Hiring Systems announced that it has acquired the online food safety training platform Keeping It Kleen. With the acquisition, WyckWyre plans to use Keeping It Kleen's training platform to create a learning management system that...

New Year brings minimum wage increases in handful of states

The New Year's holiday brought about an increase in the minimum wage in 13 states. With these increases, there are now 21 states that have minimum wages higher than the federal level of $7.25 an hour. According to USA Today,...

Union leaders urge dialogue over Sysco, US Foods merger

James P. Hoffa, general president of union organization International Brotherhood of Teamsters, has issued a statement regarding last week's announcement of Sysco's $3.5B acquisition of US Foods. "Sysco and US Foods should sit down now with stakeholders — including labor...

Michigan pizzeria rewards employees with entire day's worth of sales

The 50-plus employees at Klavon's Pizzeria and Pub in Jackson, Mich., earned their holiday bonuses through a record-setting day of sales on Dec. 10.

Domino's employees back to work after wage complaint termination

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Thursday that 25 Domino's Pizza employees who were fired after wage complaints have been reinstated, reported. According to a news release from the attorney general's office, an agreement was made between Schneiderman...

NRA's SafeServ program helping Illinois operators navigate regulation changes

The National Restaurant Association and the Illinois Restaurant Association have joined together to educate foodservice operators throughout Illinois regarding updated changes to the state's food safety laws. Through NRA's ServSafe program, the groups will offer solutions for restaurant operators navigating...

Congressional Dems, President call for higher wages as QSR strikes grow

Quick-service employees in more than 100 cities across the country have walked off their jobs today, as part of a protest that began before sunrise at many restaurant locations on the East Coast. Workers are specifically asking for an increase — to $15 an hour — in the federal minimum wage.

Employee training module utilizes tablets, apps, social media

Uptown Network announced its new training capability for the hospitality industry that the company said can reduce training expenses by more than 80 percent. The product extension integrates with Uptown Network's digital wine list and menu. The solution is currently...

WyckWyre intros new online dashboard for hospitality hiring

WyckWyre, a food and hospitality-specific online hiring system, announced the release of its new V3 system, a platform that the company said gives clients a tool that is as simple to use as popular social networks. The V3 system features...

Restaurant employee strikes expected in 100 cities this week

A year after Fast Food Forward held its first employee strike, workers in 100 cities are planning to walk off their jobs Dec. 5.

Pennsylvania joins NRA Education Foundation ProStart program

The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation announced that Pennsylvania has joined ProStart, a two-year program that provides high school students a platform to discover interests and talents while opening doors to sustaining careers in the foodservice sector. Students who complete...

People Report announces plans for workforce diversity study

People Report, providers of service-sector human capital and workforce analytics, has partnered with the Multicultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance to publish a comprehensive study that it said will reveal and reflect on diversity practices in the restaurant industry. The objective...

President Obama reportedly supports $10.10 minimum wage

Reports surfaced last week that President Obama supports an increase in the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, from the current $7.25 an hour. This suggestion surpasses his previous call earlier this year to raise the minimum wage to...

GraZie Mobile adds restaurant veteran to advisory board

Seattle-based graZie Mobile, providers of digital marketing solutions for restaurants, has added restaurant industry veteran Jeff Chandler to its advisory board. According to a graZie news release, Chandler's experience as a restaurant operator, entrepreneur, real estate developer and a single...

Report shows increase in hourly job hunters

Hourly job seekers are back on the hunt. According to a new Q3 report from Snagajob, there was a 4 percent increase in the number of job seekers who reactivated their search after at least 90 days of inactivity, compared...

Patxi's Pizza named a top job creator in the US

For the second year in a row, INC. Magazine has included Patxi's Pizza on its Hire Power Awards. Patxi's Pizza ranked No.

Revention ranked among best places to work in Houston

Revention Inc. has been chosen as one of Houston Business Journal's Best Places to Work. Companies were selected for the award on the basis of being top performers in their industries, and were also evaluated by their employees.

Restaurants expected to post 3.2% job growth in 2013

The restaurant industry is expected to finish 2013 with a job growth rate of 3.2 percent. This is according to new analysis from the National Restaurant Association's Chief Economist Bruce Grindy. Restaurants added a net 27,000 jobs in Q3, which was less than one-fourth of jobs added in the industry for Q2.

Pizza Ranch named a Top Workplace in Iowa

Pizza Ranch has been selected by the Des Moines Register as one of Iowa's Top Workplaces in 2013. This is the third year in a row the company has appeared on this list. The Top Workplaces list identifies the leading...

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