Wages for Restaurant, Hotel and Hospitality Workers Cause Controversy, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Fast food workers walking picket lines and demanding higher wages from their U.S. employers got a legal boost in mid-2015 when the National Labor Relations Board ruled to define employer-employee relationships in such a way that fast food employees are legally entitled to bargain with the parent company in addition to the individual restaurant that hired him or her.  Unionized employees now have more muscle.  The Trump administration is likely to take steps to alter or cancel this ruling. The ruling came despite the hike in average hourly earnings for limited-service restaurant workers since 2013.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics…

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