Minimum wage boost apt to squeeze indy operators more

Minimum wage boost apt to squeeze indy operators more

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Big QSR chains are the primary target of legislators and activists now leading the push for a higher minimum wage. But a new report from research and credit rating giant Moody’s Investor Services sees independent operators in the casual dining segment taking the biggest financial hit if these efforts succeed.

Many industries will feel the pain that will accompany any minimum wage increase. Foodservice will get hurt the most.

“A higher minimum wage represents a particul

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