How to Navigate the Restaurant Labor Shortage

Close-up On A Blue Sign In The Window Of A Restaurant Displaying The Words, "Come in. We're Hiring." Restaurants that survived the initial COVID-19 lockdown know what it means to be adaptable. Traversing this unfamiliar landscape of customer shortages and a ban on indoor dining has helped you become resilient in the face of adversity. However, with the worst of the pandemic behind us for the time being, restaurant owners are running into a new problem: a lack of job applications. With stress being a large contributing factor to this issue, let’s discuss how to navigate the restaurant labor shortage. [Read more…]

Outdoor Dining: Safety Considerations for Restaurants

Plastic out door dining bubbles with tables and chairs inside to make for safe COVID-19 dining at restaurantsDespite the opposing forces of tightening COVID-19 restrictions and the beginning of a long and cold season, restaurants are seeking ways to stay operational. Many restaurant owners are considering outdoor dining structures – such as yurts, pods, and tents – to keep customers warm while also limiting COVID-19 exposure. However, there’s the risk of numerous legal and safety repercussions should a restaurant neglect the proper precautions. It’s vital that business owners carefully evaluate the viability of outdoor dining and the overall safety considerations for restaurants. [Read more…]