Behind The Kitchen Door: Low Road Jobs, High Road Opportunities In Maine’s Growing Restaurant Industry

Behind the Kitchen Door: Low Road Jobs, High Road Opportunities in Maine’s Growing Restaurant Industry

In 2010, ROC-Maine released Behind the Kitchen Door: Low Road Jobs, High Road Opportunities in Maine's Growing Restaurant Industry, the most comprehensive study of Maine's restaurant industry ever conducted. The research included 525 surveys of restaurant workers, 30 worker interviews, 30 employer interviews, and government data analysis. The findings illustrated the great need for reform that can achieve a sustainable industry in which workers, employers, and diners can prosper together.
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The Great Service Divide NEW YORK

The Great Service Divide NEW YORK

In 2009 ROC-NY released The Great Service Divide, an in depth study of occupational segregation and discrimination on the basis of race and gender in the New York fine dining restaurant industry.  The research included 138 matched pair audit tests,…

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Behind the Kitchen Door: Pervasive Inequality in New York City’s Thriving Restaurant Industry

In 2005, ROC-NY released Behind the Kitchen Door: Pervasive Inequality in New York City's Thriving Restaurant Industry, the most comprehensive study of New York's restaurant industry ever conducted. The research included 530 surveys of restaurant workers, 45 worker interviews, 35 employer interviews, and government data analysis. The findings illustrated the great need for reform that can achieve a sustainable industry in which workers, employers, and diners can prosper together.
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