NEW YORK A foodservice employee advocacy group and union proponent that has been highly critical of New York City operators for their treatment of workers honored on Tuesday a handful of restaurants that offer such employee benefits as health care and paid sick leave. "There are a lot of good employers out there that are not only in compliance with all the employment laws, but go above and beyond," said Rekha Eanni-Rodriguez, co-director of the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York, or ...
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