We’re working with lawmakers, restaurateurs and educators on summer jobs programs that offer hands-on experience to our industry's future workforce.
The bill, which North Carolina's state Senate passed June 1, will allow restaurants to sell beer, wine and spirits to customers on Sundays before noon if they want to.
Although restaurants are projected add nearly a half-million summer jobs in 2017, hiring will be somewhat dampened compared to recent years, according to the NRA’s chief economist Bruce Grindy.
Health insurance is a critical recruiting and retention tool, but its cost and time constraints are difficult to navigate. That’s why we’re trying to help Congress reform the law.
The order will help prospective employees pursue more apprenticeships and move up the ladder to rewarding careers, our CEO, Dawn Sweeney, said.
Our recent dining trends webinar showcased what's popular on menus and with consumers across the nation.
Registration for our Restaurant Innovation Summit is open. Join us in Austin for "A Taste of Tomorrow."
We’re holding a webinar to help operators better understand how the fish they serve is procured.
The donation will support the foundation’s efforts to advance the next generation of our industry’s workforce.
Our comprehensive public affairs campaign ended in a big victory June 8th, when the House passed the Financial CHOICE Act with debit swipe fee protections in place.