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Why Hospitality Management Is An Ideal Career In 2020

As the world we live in experiences innovation and modernization, it would certainly not be wrong to state that everything surrounding us requires high management and supervision. New and advanced analytical techniques are being introduced...

Thoughts On Saving NYC’s Oldest Tavern And Beloved Small Businesses

Last month it was reported that Neir’s Tavern, a 190-year-old watering hole with the claim of being New York City’s oldest bar was shuttering. The owner of the famed bar that appeared in Martin Scorsese’s iconic film Goodfellas...

NYC City Council Votes To Force Cashless Restaurants To Accept Cash

The City Council passed a bill late last month that will make cashless-only policies illegal across the city and hit businesses with hefty fines of $1,000 to $1,500 if they fail to accept cash payments from customers.

Tip Credit Remains and Lien Bill Vetoed

We’re providing you with important updates... and, great news to start the new year. First, the hospitality industry Tip Credit will remain in effect. Second, the Lien Bill was vetoed by Governor Cuomo. You can read about both issues below.

Gov. Cuomo Presents New York Restaurants With Special Holiday Gift

With the release of a NYSDOL report about wages and payment practices, Governor Andrew Cuomo has said that he is ready to sign off on the restaurant industry saving findings and move forward

Seven Years Of Making NYC Hospitality Better

Earlier this month, the NYC Hospitality Alliance celebrated its 7th Anniversary representing and serving restaurant and nightlife establishments throughout the five boroughs at the chic Ascent Lounge.

Unfunded, Paid Vacation Mandate

Advocates of Mayor de Blasio’s unfunded, two-week paid vacation mandate rallied at City Hall in support of the proposal. In advance of this rally, the NYC Hospitality Alliance & many other small business representatives...

4 of 5 Small Biz Owners Fear Layoffs From Vacation Mandate

Small business owners across the five boroughs fear layoffs and curtailment of their operations if New York City adopts an unfunded mandate requiring employers to provide employees with two weeks of paid vacation.