City Council member asks AG for Grubhub antitrust investigation

NYC Councilmember Mark Gjonaj has asked New York Attorney General Letitia James to open an antitrust investigation into Grubhub

Thousands Are Targeted as ICE Prepares to Raid Undocumented Migrant Families

Ahead of planned ICE raids in major cities this weekend, including NYC, we are circulating this webinar , presented by the Restaurant Law Center, as a resource on immigration law for our members. It contains information regarding immigration rights, compliance, and resources for owners, managers and employees, as well as guidance for securing counsel in the event of an enforcement action. 

OSHA Provides Quick Card for Detecting Heat Stress in Employees

Exposure to heat can be dangerous and even life threatening. Use this quick card as a reference to detect and prevent heat illness in your staff, especially those who work in the kitchen.

Next Wednesday! | GROW Webinar

Creating a Great Customer Experience
July 17 | 10:00 am

Presented by Alex Susskind, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Food & Beverage Management, Cornell University

Learn to define standards of performance that impact guest experience and identify opportunities to improve how you are gathering, interpreting, and utilizing guest feedback to improve guest loyalty. Create a competitive advantage for your restaurant!
Free Breakfast Seminar 7/16 | Learn How to Protect Your Business from Cybercrime

Cyber-attacks are a reality in today’s age of technology, but that doesn’t mean you have to become a victim when it affects your business. Join us for this free breakfast meeting to learn proactive steps you can take to protect your business, the best practices for responding to a breach, and more.

Restaurants Find Value in Retired and Senior Workers

In recent years, the limited-service segment has taken great measures to expand its reputation as a workplace for teenagers and students. Restaurants are now signaling that they’re ready for older employees, too.