While state-level ballot initiatives have recently gotten most of the attention in the minimum wage arena, union organizing activity now ranks as a second factor that could potentially increase labor costs for many restaurant operators. To date, the initial attempts at forming a union shop by the 600-member Association of Pizza Delivery Drivers (APDD) have failed. The first vote, held at a Domino’s unit in Lincoln, NE, ended in a two-two tie. The second, which took place at a Pizza Hut in ...

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