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Union square hospitality group

"Never could I have fathomed a time where the only path forward would be to lay people off so they can receive unemployment, while this company fights to see another day when we can return to our full staffing levels."
There's turmoil in both front and back of house operations, including high rates of staff turnover at the Union Square Hospitality Group restaurants that have implemented the practice.
The third wave coffee shop began as a stand alone spot in the West Village in 2003.
Located on the 60th floor of 28 Liberty in the Financial District.
Two former bussers at Gramercy Tavern have filed a class action lawsuit alleging they were shorted on wages and did not receive owed gratuities.
This is the biggest attempt by a restaurant group to move beyond the archaic tipping practice.
The restaurateur's hospitality group will also offer a more casual dining option inside the museum, though both are at spectacularly reasonable price points, all things considered.
The company will likely go public before the end of the year.
The company may be going public.
The prolific restaurateur partners with the Blue Smoke team to open Porchlight, a Southern-influenced bar on the waterfront.
The care serves hot dogs, sandwiches and frozen treats like Iced Push-Up Pops for pre-theatre and Central Park visitors alike.
With restaurant margins tight and the economy still shaky, now even regular old fast-casual spots are trying to learn to better service their customers.
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