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Weekly Update: Minimum wage issue heating up nationally

California and New York acted Monday to push their statewide minimum wages to $15 an hour – the highest in the nation. Meanwhile, wage disparity is a defining issue in the Democratic Party presidential race.

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ServSafe® Alcohol

ServSafe® Alcohol ServSafe Alcohol® is a vital, practical and current responsible alcohol service training program available and accepted in 47 states, including Washington. Developed by the National Restaurant Association, ServSafe

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ServSafe® Advanced Food Safety

ServSafe Advanced Food Safety certification course was developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to train foodservice workers in food safety and sanitation.  Training includes the HACCP system of

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ServSafe® Allergens

More than 45 million Americans suffer from food allergy and sensitivity related illnesses, and each year that number increases significantly. Plenty of your customers are included in that figure, and

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Food Worker Card

Effective November 1, 2011, The Washington Hospitality Association Education Foundation (WHAEF) will no longer be issuing new Food Worker Cards in King County. Effective January 1, 2012, the WHAEF will

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Education Foundation

Mission Statement Helping our workforce succeed through turning, education and creating connections to our industry members. Meeting the Educational Needs of Restaurateurs We offer three training courses designed to provide

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Weekly Update: Special legislative session ends with approval of new state budget

This year’s special legislative session finally ended after lawmakers approved a supplemental budget adding $191 million in new state spending. The budget avoids new taxes, but allows the state to tap $190 million in emergency funds in response to damage from last year’s Central Washington fires.

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How good are we at gender diversity?

Lorna Donatone never expected she’d one day be recognized as one of the foodservice industry’s most successful executives. But since cruising into the business in 1999, she’s taken her place in its upper echelon of leaders.

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Weekly Update: U.S. Department of Labor rules employers must disclose consultants’ recommendations to unions

Restaurant operators who hire consultants to advise them during union-organizing drives will be required under a new U.S. Department of Labor rule to reveal what the these hired advisers recommend, starting July 1.

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Weekly Update: 2016 HERO Manual now available

This year we have made extensive updates to the HERO Manual – everything from completely new sections to revisions of old sections to reflect changes in law and agency rulemaking.

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Brenda Marshall named 2016 ProStart Educator of Excellence

Olympia, WA – On Saturday, February 27, 2016, Brenda Marshall of Joel E. Ferris High School, was awarded the 2016 ProStart Educator of Excellence Award by the Washington Restaurant Association

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Weekly Update: Congratulations, 2016 ProStart® Invitational winners!

Fifteen culinary and seven management teams from across Washington competed in the Boyd’s Coffee® ProStart Invitational this past weekend. This is an annual event that brings hundreds of students and restaurateurs together.

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Invitational winners continue to Nationals

OLYMPIA – Fifteen culinary and seven management teams from across Washington competed in the Boyd’s Coffee® ProStart Invitational this past weekend. This is an annual event that brings hundreds of

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Your Secret Weapon: The Education Foundation Bridges Barriers Between Government and Business

It’s time again to meet with our legislators in Olympia. The legislative session is around the corner and before you know it, Hill Climb and Taste Our Best will be here.

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Weekly Update: Action alert for tourism

We need your help! Please click here to sign a petition on the importance of tourism. The state’s supplemental budget for 2015-17 is expected to come out this week and it is