One national fast food chain is putting their corporate office employees to work in restaurants amid the ongoing worker shortage.

Raising Cane’s co-CEO and COO AJ Kumaran told TODAY Food that on a business call last week, he had mentioned they were “struggling to have meaningful crew members” in the field.

“Our business is very, very busy and we need more people,” he said he told folks on the call. “It’s very tough. So, before I knew it my phone started blowing up with people asking, ‘How can we help?”

Kumaran said everyone — even at the corporate

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The United States federal authorities has a variant on a typical law system. United States federal courts only act as interpreters of statutes and the constitution by elaborating and exactly defining broad statutory language (connotation 1 above), however, in contrast to state courts, do not act as an independent supply of common law. From the nineteenth century, the Scottish approach to precedent developed into a stare decisis akin to that already established in England thereby reflecting a narrower, extra modern strategy to the application of case law in subsequent cases. This is to not say that the substantive rules of … Read More

The consensus among the staff of the Food desk and NYT Cooking is that February lived up to its reputation, bringing with it a bitter cold for many of us and, for some, a lot of snow. But we cooked on, and we made dishes that comforted us. Some of the recipes we whipped up are old standbys, while others made their debut just a few weeks ago. We enjoyed putting them to the test in our kitchens, and we hope you will, too.

I’m a woman who wears a bracelet emblazoned with the word “BEANS.” I am a member

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