NEW YORK The Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York, or ROC-NY, an employee-advocacy group and union proponent, said Wednesday it plans to release next week a study that highlights racial and gender discrimination at more than 180 of this city’s fine-dining restaurants. Called “The Great Service Divide: Occupational Segregation & Inequality in the New York City Restaurant Industry,” the study contains data derived from two years of research in which pairs of subjects of ...
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