– The Wall Street Journal
With Delta cases rising, Tyson and Walmart are insisting employees get the shot; others are sticking with persuasion and cash incentives.
New technology exploded in the restaurant industry out of necessity. And that technology, which also reduced the number of human employees, is likely to stick around.
– Restaurant Dive
The organization recommends restaurants offset increased labor costs through modest menu price increase and by renegotiating contracts, implementing operational efficiencies and preventing costly food waste.
– The Hill
The program will allow part-time and full-time workers in the U.S. to receive “debt-free undergraduate degrees, certificates, certifications, free textbooks and more with no out-of-pocket costs on their first day of work at Target.”