Restaurant execs anticipate cutting jobs and slowing growth, survey finds
Restaurant operators worry that their labor costs will go up so much under the looming health care reform law that they will be forced to cut jobs, slow unit growth and raise menu prices, according to a new study by People Report. The Dallas-based firm polled executives this summer at 50 restaurant companies, from quick service to upscale chains, about their attitudes on health care reform legislation. An overwhelming majority — 96 percent — said they expect health care costs ...
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