(Continued from page 1) Technomic research shows 50 percent of restaurant operators are concerned that a minimum-wage increase to $10 an hour would have a negative business impact. That number jumps to 79 percent when considering a $15 minimum wage. “It’s obviously on the forefront of restaurant operators’ minds,” says Joe Pawlak, v.p. at Technomic.  A "consensus measure” will be on the November ballot in San Francisco and if voters approve it, that ...

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