Staffing
July 15, 2014, Toronto – Ontario's re-release of the 2014 budget misses the mark when it comes to youth employment, says Restaurants Canada.
July 14, 2014, Halifax – A pizza delivery man defended himself by shoving pizza at four males who were trying to rob him at knifepoint early Saturday, reports CBC News. | READ MORE
July 9, 2014, Toronto – A new study looking at the information security habits of Canadian small business owners and high-level executives suggests business leaders are becoming complacent.
July 3, 2014, Oshawa, Ont. – Police are looking for a knife-wielding man who robbed a pizza delivery man early Thursday morning. | READ MORE
July 2, 2014, Canada – The curtain has lifted on the government's ban on temporary foreign workers in the fast food industry, and many businesses don't like what's on the other side. | READ MORE
June 27, 2014, St. Catharines, Ont. – Beer and pizza go hand in hand, so why not infuse pizza dough with beer. The Toronto Sun tells how one pizzaiolo did it. | READ MORE
June 24, 2014, Toronto – Just Eat, an online restaurant and food-ordering service, will partner with Calgary-based Empire Delivery Services, a business that offers restaurants use of a delivery fleet.
June 23, 2014, Ottawa – The Temporary Foreign Worker Program will have limits, will be inspected more often and will be divided into a segment that will require employers to prove need and a segment that won't, reports CBC News. | READ MORE
June 20, 2014, Winnipeg – Hiking Manitoba's hourly minimum wage will cost the province's restaurateurs $8.1 million, or an annual average of $3,320 per restaurant, says Restaurants Canada in a media statement.
June 19, 2014, Halifax – It’s been a bad week for two Halifax-area pizzerias targeted in a pair of incidents late Tuesday and midday Wednesday. | READ MORE
June 17, 2014, Boston - Hackers have stolen data on more than 600,000 Domino's Pizza customers in Belgium and France, the pizza delivery company said, and an anonymous Twitter user threatened to publish the data unless the company pays a cash ransom. | READ MORE  
May 29, 2014, Canada - Restaurants Canada is seeking an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper over the recent hiring freeze on temporary foreign workers, reports CBC News. |READ MORE
How do you make a profit when times are financially tight?
The pizza business is not a business of one; even independently owned take-out and delivery operations require additional staff to answer phones and to make and deliver pizzas.
Sooner or later, virtually all franchise relationships will come to an end.
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