Next year could be a big one for unions, and that possibility is striking fear into the hearts of many restaurant operators.If a Democrat moves into the White House in January, union activity and the amount of union-sponsored legislation is expected to increase, observers say, forcing restaurateurs to recalibrate what they historically have considered a minimal threat posed by organized labor. “We’re not worried about being unionized; we’re worried about being in business,” says ...
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