A record-breaking 20.5 million jobs were lost in April, and the unemployment rate rose to 14.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Labor and Employee Management
The National Restaurant Association has continued to urge officials to adjust guidance on Paycheck Payment Program loan forgiveness provisions. One of its requests came to fruition Monday. ...
The coronavirus gave restaurants little to no time to create strategies for keeping their doors open, let alone provide job security for dozens (and sometimes hundreds or thousands
A recent CNBC headline read: She got a forgivable loan.
As one of the most unparalleled times in history continues to unfold, Houston restaurateur Levi Goode, chef/owner of Goode Company, is looking to the future and taking steps to mitigate the effects ...
As states like Georgia and Texas phase back into dine-in service, it resurfaces one of the biggest pain points of the historic stimulus bill.
The National Restaurant Association is asking Congress to support a new $240 billion recovery fund to “provide a lifeline” to restaurants struggling financially amid the pandemic.
Naranga, a leader in franchise management software, announced Monday that Dmitry Simonov has been named president and chief operating officer.
So far, Bloomin’ Brands has achieved something few restaurant chains can claim during the COVID-19 pandemic: The company hasn’t laid off or furloughed any employees as a result of the crisis. ...
Restaurants have reacted to the COVID-19 crisis and state and local shutdown orders by shedding staff and limiting operations to delivery, takeout, and drive thru.