Restaurants seek solutions for higher labor costs

Most restaurant chains say they won't cut workers hours to offset higher labor costs under the Affordable Care Act, opting instead to try other solutions including training to boost productivity, better scheduling and higher menu prices to make up the difference. "It’s our belief that everyone in our industry will need to pass along these costs to the customer," said Panera co-CEO Bill Moreton.

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