Despite slowdowns in customer traffic, lower tips, and higher prices for food and gas, restaurant workers have not decreased their contributions to company-sponsored employee relief funds, though some chains see more staff requests for financial assistance.“The most applications we’ve had in a year is 58; at the end of October we had 65,” said Jessica Newman, executive director for the Rock Bottom Foundation. The foundation is a nonprofit arm of Louisville, Colo.-based Rock Bottom ...

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