Quickservice employees often depend on government help, studies say

10/15/2013 | Nation's Restaurant News (free registration) · AOL Jobs · CNBC

Quickservice restaurants' front line workers depend on public assistance at twice the rate of the U.S. workforce, and the families of 52% of those workers get help from at least one government assistance program including Medicaid and food stamps, according to a study released Wednesday by the University of California, Berkeley. Industry leaders say the study and a similar one from the pro-labor National Employment Law Project are flawed. "These misleading efforts use a very narrow lens and selective data to attack the industry for their own purposes and fail to recognize that the majority of lower-wage employees works part-time to supplement a family income," said Scott DeFife, NRA's executive vice president for policy and government affairs.

View Full Article in:

Nation's Restaurant News (free registration) · AOL Jobs · CNBC

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Food & Beverage

Job Title Company Location
Management Training Program
HIllstone Restaurant Group
Multiple Locations, SL_Multiple Locations
Culinary Arts Faculty
The Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park, NY
Director - CIA Consulting
The Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park, NY
Management Training Program
HIllstone Restaurant Group
Multiple Locations, SL_Multiple Locations