Substance abuse in the workplace negatively affects every organization’s bottom-line through lost productivity, workplace accidents/injuries and workers’ compensation (WC) claims, employee absenteeism, low morale, and more.
As opposed to Groundhog Day, the NAFEM show rears its head every OTHER February. The North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers is, once again, hosting its bi-annual mega-trade show in Orlando February 7th -9th 2019 at the Orange County Convention Center.
While there is a lot of debate already on this issue, one of the focus points for businesses is what this means for ACA Compliance in the near term.
Savvy owners and managers now expect digital security cameras to be integrated with existing Point-of-Sale (POS), drive-through order boards and speed-of-service timers. By integrating surveillance, critical (and complementary) information that once was separate, is now tied together.
New York has some of the most highly taxed communities in the country, and in combination with all the other high expenses that small business mom and pop restaurants have, making ends meet is extremely difficult.
I’m not sure when and where the practice of offering “leftovers to go” began. No matter, it is here to stay and even more so in today’s economy.
Have you ever considered donating your food equipment products to charity? It’s called product philanthropy or gifts-in-kind donations. It’s faster and easier than the methods you’re currently using. It’s more financially advantageous, too, thanks to a little-known tax break.