Unions and worker advocacy groups are using savvier, more aggressive tactics to broaden their ranks beyond the industry’s contract foodservice segment, and experts say chain restaurants could be their next targets.Within the past year, such labor groups as UNITE HERE, the Service Employees International Union and the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York have been involved in introducing restaurant-related labor legislation at the local, state and federal levels. They have also advised ...

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