Workplace safety regulations have become so effective that many small businesses take them for granted, but noncompliance can result in danger to employees and guests — not to mention serious legal troubles. Join Lynnette Gonzalez in Fourth’s Human Resource & Payroll Services division, as she shares top reasons why it is important to be conscious about safety at work.
Hiring the right people has always been essential to the service industries, but the ongoing labor shortages have hit available throughput for many businesses, forcing frustrated customers, reduced offerings, and shortened operating hours.
With the labor shortage creating major disruptions throughout an already fragile restaurant industry, operators are turning to an unconventional source to staff their restaurants: gig workers.
To deal with unexpected supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, and lingering restrictions, hoteliers have had to reimagine how they do business.
The National Restaurant Association called 2020 the most challenging year for restaurants on record. The COVID-19 pandemic created a grueling cycle of lockdowns, reopenings, and more lockdowns, forcing huge expenses, wide-spread layoffs, and new operational business models just to stay open and survive.