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10 Ways to Grow Your Virtual Kitchen Demand

With the new way of life living in a pandemic, take-out food has been booming. While we are staying away from going to our favorite restaurants, we can still visit and order from them online.  Whether your cloud kitchen provides a delivery service, pick-up or you rely on Just Eat, Grubhub, or the like, you […]

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State By State Breakdown of Predictive Scheduling Laws

Employment law regulates the relationship between employers and their employers. It covers a wide range of employer responsibilities and employee rights – from the hiring process through to the exit process, ensuring that every employee is treated fairly every step of the way. To better protect employees, many states and cities are enacting or considering […]

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The benefits of AI-driven scheduling

If you ask your management team their least favorite role and responsibility within your organization you will likely get an answer related to the stresses and frustrations of scheduling. Manual scheduling is a time-consuming process that requires your managers to balance various factors to achieve a smooth and effective plant that benefits your company and […]

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Tipped Wage Laws for All 50 States

Federal Minimum Wage Laws While there is a minimum wage in place, it does vary from state to state. The federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour. Where employees make tips, the wages are, in some cases, significantly lower.  The federal government requires a minimum tipped wage of at least $2.13 per hour. That means […]

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