However you view the $15-an-hour minimum wage issue — it’s the death of the industry or yet another progress barrier that government has thrown in our way that we’ll overcome — it’s real, it’s big and it’s not going away. But will it kill the foodservice industry, as some say? Here are the relevant facts: Last year, minimum wage increases occurred in 20 states. Cities like Washington, D.C., Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco raised the ...
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