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Robot Cafe Proudly Defends (Exactly Zero) Workers From Pushy Customers

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Will Voodoo Doughnut Be Forced to Rehire Employees Who Walked Out During Historic Heat Wave?

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Amid Hiring Apocalypse, Raising Cane’s Is Sending Its Corporate Staff to Work the Fryers

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The Chefs Who Left

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El Milagro Hit With NLRB Complaint as Tortilla Factory Workers Rally

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Goose Island Beer Co. Workers Claim Brewery Laid Off Employees After They Tried to Unionize

In Protest of Bad Treatment by Corporate and Customers, Instacart Workers Consider Walk-Off

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Portillo’s, a Chicago Street Food Icon, Plots Major Expansion

Restaurants Are Maybe, Finally Seeing the Benefit of Paying Workers Better Wages

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El Milagro Locks Workers Out of Tortilla Factory After They Protest Unfair Treatment

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The Nabisco Workers Strike Is Over

The Largest Meal Kit Company in America Could Be the First to Unionize

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Despite What Gig Apps Say, There Is No Such Thing as Unskilled Work in Restaurants

How "Uberisation" — the growth of apps dedicated to quick, "easy" temporary restaurant shifts — could have ramifications for the future of hospitality work

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Workers at Darwin’s Ltd., a Group of Cambridge Cafes, Are Forming a Union

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Sysco Worker Strike Ends Giving Restaurants a Labor Day Weekend Present

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Chicago Restaurants Worry About Food Supplies Due to Sysco Strike

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Starbucks Employees in Upstate New York Rally to Form the Chain’s First Union

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Colectivo Coffee Workers Form America’s Largest Cafe Union

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Some Restaurant Workers Are a Step Closer to Mandatory Vaccines

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Portland Nabisco Workers Lead Strike That Has Now Spread Nationwide

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Molson Coors, One of the World’s Largest Breweries, Mandates Vaccinations For Employees

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Chicago’s Only Filipino Tasting Menu Coming to Ukrainian Village

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Colectivo Coffee Inches Closer to Seeing Union Election Results to the Chagrin of Management

How Small Restaurant Owners Are Navigating the Labor Shortage

As Robot Workforce Looms, Average Hourly Pay for Restaurant and Supermarket Workers Has Topped $15

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Fat Rice Reopens Under New Name a Year After Controversial Closure

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Boka’s Lauded Pastry Chef Meg Galus Has Departed After Six Years

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Portland Restaurant Workers Want to Keep Cooking. They Just Can’t Afford To.

The pandemic forced many laid off restaurant workers to evaluate their relationship with the hospitality industry. What they found was enough to leave the field altogether.

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Michelin-Starred Elske Goes Into a Second Hibernation in West Loop

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Owner of Popular Pilsen Mexican Restaurant Accused of Attacking an Employee for the Third Time in Three Years

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Fred Meyer Warehouse Workers Have Unanimously Voted to Authorize a Strike

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Fat Rice Makes Its Inevitable Return Under a New Name, One Year After Worker Revolt 

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