NEW YORK —As The Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York, an employee-advocacy group likened by some to a union, works to grow its influence nationwide, critics are warning restaurateurs they must be ready to fight the anticipated “PR smear campaigns” to come. ROC-NY, an organization created to help former Windows on the World employees displaced by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and more recently responsible for ...
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