Items Tagged with 'Michigan Restaurant Association'
LANSING — Advocates for restaurant workers have launched a 2018 ballot drive to gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $12 an hour, saying the growing industry is not paying enough to employees — including those who earn tips. Read More
Second-quarter 2017 survey highlights increased food sales from first quarter, but also increased costs for food and labor.
The Michigan Restaurant Association’s (MRA) industry trends report for the second quarter of 2017 indicated improved sales compared to the first quarter and confidence that sales will continue to grow into the second half of 2017. Read More
The $2.65 tip worker minimum would eventually go to $9.50.
The Michigan Restaurant Association wasted no time last week in responding to a new push to raise the Michigan minimum wage — including the minimum paid to workers in bars and restaurants whose compensation is largely tips. Read More
Three out of four Michiganders surveyed would dump the state law but one GR publican isn’t so sure.
In most states — 49, to be exact — there is no law against a bar or restaurant serving alcohol in a glass bearing the Budweiser logo, or Bell’s, or Jack Daniel’s, or any other logo. Read More
The Michigan Restaurant Association has recognized Dan Verhil of One Trick Pony Grill & Taproom and The Cottage Bar in Grand Rapids with the association’s 2013 statewide Cornerstone Humanitarian of the Year award. Read More