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Recent research suggests that COVID-inspired cleaning and safety standards will add roughly $9 billion in incremental expense to the hotel industry.
As with most IRS or other government-related changes, the details are a bit confusing and there is much left up to interpretation for your HR and Finance teams.
To help our customers provide a safe environment for both guests and employees during the pandemic, HotSchedules recently launched an in-app Health Survey.
New HotSchedules scheduling app feature with the ability for team members to release a portion of their scheduled shifts.
In a recent webinar, our outside legal counsel, Ina Young of Ogletree Deakins,answered some of the hospitality industry’s most vital COVID compliance questions.
Each state and local government has its own layer of complex, evolving labor legislation built with the intention to keep your teams and your businesses safe.
Regardless of COVID, many jurisdictions are moving forward with a grab bag of new compliance regulations, including Predictive Scheduling for Chicago and minimum wage updates in multiple jurisdictions. In addition…
We spoke to COO of Smokey Bones to discuss their strategy behind the ghost kitchen partnership with Kitchen United and their focus on enhancing the delivery experience by adopting a technology-first culture.
Each time we interact with restaurant leaders and their management teams, we ask them what their biggest operational challenge is – and they always say labor. And with a topic so vast as labor, a number of factors can impact how you optimize it…
As if this year hasn’t been complicated enough, 2020 also brought new Fair Work Week requirements for Philadelphia and Chicago. Predictive Scheduling laws are now in place for six cities and one state, primarily impacting the restaurant and retail industries.