April 17, 2020 What can and can’t employers require of their employees when it comes to their health status on the job? https://www.restaurant.org/Articles/News/Law-Center-offers-employer-COVID-guidelines
April 15, 2020 Social distancing has increased the adoption of online ordering as people spend more time at home. Having an ecommerce presence has
April 13, 2020 Contributors rally to help employees affected by the coronavirus crisis, but more funding is needed to help the overwhelming number of applicants.
April 13, 2020 While it doesn’t come close to making up for sales losses, a majority of consumers are maintaining their off-premises usage of restaurants.
April 9, 2020 As the coronavirus health crisis continues, the restaurant industry remains focused on ensuring the safety of its customers and employees. https://www.restaurant.org/Articles/News/3-safety-tips-to-practice-during-COVID-crisis
April 8, 2020 The coronavirus relief bill temporarily reverts treatment of net operating losses (NOL) back to old rules before 2017 tax law. https://www.restaurant.org/Articles/News/CARES-Act-offers-temporary-tax-break-on-NOLs
April 7, 2020 Easter Sunday is almost here and restaurants across the country plan to take advantage of the holiday dining surge carryout style. https://www.restaurant.org/Articles/News/Easter-dinner-to-go-tips-to-make-most-of-holiday
April 7, 2020 A portion of SBA loans this year will be forgiven, but how much and for how long varies. https://www.restaurant.org/Articles/News/How-the-CARES-Act-SBA-loan-forgiveness-works