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We are POWER! We are STRONG! Who are we? ROC-MICHIGAN! — English
Michigan restaurant workers! Join the movement for better opportunities for restaurant workers everywhere! There are so many ways to get involved! (1) Become a member of ROC-Michigan and access our professional training, leadership, and organizing programs; (2) Write to your legislator; and/or (3) Start a ROC Star in your community Find our more here.
We’ve all had the ‘Value Meal’ but when is the last time you’ve had a ‘Values Meal’ – a meal that tastes great and that you can feel great about because it respects workers, our communities, and the planet?
Here’s how you can put your money where your mouth is!
1. Sign a pledge to use the Natioinal Diner’s Guide! Let the industry know you care about how the workers who cook, clean, and serve in our nation’s restaurants are treated!
2. Join our online consumer community for the latest news and events in food justice, workers rights, and insider tips on great tasting local food!
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The Southeast Michigan Restaurant Industry Roundtable is a regional partnership whose member organizations promote sustainable business practices for employees and consumers in the food service and hospitality industry.
Roundtable members include restaurant owners, workers, public officials, and community colleges as well as workforce and economic development organizations. All are dedicated to the concept of the High Road to Profitability– the concept that ethical wages and working conditions benefit employers, employees, and consumers by reducing employee turnover, enhancing service, and creating the positive consumer experience that is the key to thriving in the restaurant industry.
As a unique public/private collaboration dedicated to strengthening Southeast Michigan’s restaurant industry workforce, the Roundtable leverages resources in new ways to support a vibrant regional economy with good jobs and plentiful advancement opportunities. The Roundtable serves as a forum to share and learn best practices and sponsors the COLORS Hospitality Opportunities for Workers (CHOW) Institute,our region’s largest provider of free professional restaurant and hospitality training.
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