Coalition of Franchisee Associations

August 1, 2017

Two Articles From Nation's Restaurant News

Burger giant leads June customer frequency by a mile

Higher wages aren't just hurting labor costs


Anonymous said...

UNIONS driving up construction Labor costs. Once the SEIU gets restaurant workers $15/hour, Unions will demand significantly higher wages for construction labor

Richard Adams said...

Organized labor and the democrat party have been very successful in changing the language. Ten years ago the minimum wage was "entry level" and today it's described as a "living wage" as if minimum wage employees should be able to buy a house, two cars, and raise three kids on a QSR job.