WEBINAR

Restaurant Recovery & Growth Strategies for 2021

How restaurants can recover and grow in the post-COVID era
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.

Thankfully, there is light at the end of the tunnel as the restaurant industry tries to get back on its feet amid sinking COVID cases, widely available vaccines, falling restrictions and resurgent demand in many areas around the country.

Join Fourth restaurant & hospitality experts – Mary Hamill, VP of Global Solutions & Customer Success and Jon Markwardt, Author & Sr. Director of Sales as they discuss how restaurants can recover from the devasting impacts of COVID-19 on the industry and get back to growing and thriving again.

In this webinar, they will be discussing:

  • The current industry labor shortage
  • The benefits of outsourcing HR + Payroll functions when you’re under-staffed
  • How to manage the risk & complexities of restaurant compliance in the post-COVID era
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