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HEY HR FOODIES: Stop Dreaming About Opening a Restaurant - Here's Why.

The HR Capitalist

Rents are astronomical, the complaint goes; wages are rising, regulations are byzantine, and don’t even talk about the price of fresh produce. To further break down the formula, a healthy restaurant aims to spend about 10 percent of its sales revenue on rent, utilities and other occupancy costs; 30 to 40 percent on labor (your specialty if you're readying this blog) including payroll taxes and benefits; and 30 percent on food and beverages.

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Amazon Employees (BHM1) Crush Union - 10 Things You Need to Know.

The HR Capitalist

Bernie Sanders came to Birmingham (Bessemer is in the Birmingham, AL metro) to show solidarity with the workers and apply pressure. Add base wages, OT, benefits and more, and you’re suddenly looking at a job worth 45-50K+ that grows over time.

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What Industry and Where You Live Helps in Finding a Job!

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The state is also benefiting from a pickup in tourist and industries unrelated to housing. Other metro areas showing strong job demand include Dallas and Houston, thanks in large part to the strong growth in U.S. The expansion is benefiting industries that are heavy consumers of natural gas – like fertilizers, chemicals plastics, steel and glass. lawmakers continue to haggle over federal spending and tax policy.

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Martin Luther King Day Special: Racism is alive and kicking.

Penelope Trunk

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