Changes in scheduling practices could undermine franchise model

Changes in scheduling practices could undermine franchise model

Joe Kefauver is managing partner of Parquet Public Affairs, an issue management, communications, government relations and reputation assurance firm that specializes in service sector industries. This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or management of Nation’s Restaurant News.

It’s no secret that the restaurant industry has a well-deserved reputation for being one of America’s premier workforce training grounds.

Industry data demonstrates that countless people have entered the workforce through restaurant doors and have used it as a stepping stone to forward their education, embark on a meaningful career within the industry and develop the skill set to help them advance in other careers.

Ironically, those in the organized labor community hav

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