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Let a Temp Agency Supply your Alternate Players

If you’ve been following the Olympics, the critical importance of bench strength cannot have escaped your attention. When a team loses a front-line athlete with everything on the line, performances by the team’s alternates can spell the difference between gold and no medal at all. The same is true in the hospitality business. You’ve staffed …

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Tracking evolving COVID workplace standards

In the rapidly evolving arena of COVID workplace rules and guidelines, it’s tough to keep up on the latest standards employers must meet. The rules are cobbled together from various pronouncements from a handful of federal agencies, including the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and U.S. Food and Drug …

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Feds pushing restaurants to separate workers by vaccination status

Pandemic protocols are running smack up against employee privacy protections as U.S. workplaces attempt to adapt to the new normal. And restaurants are caught squarely in the middle. New guidelines from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, along with emerging state guidelines, indicate that restaurant managers will need to have one set of work rules …

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Temps can lead to success with your hospitality reopening

Your hotel restaurant and banquet service had to shut down as the pandemic took its toll on the hospitality industry. Now, as the environment is shifting, you have been given the official green light to reopen. But can you do so with confidence, given the news reports of virus flare-ups, variants, and ineffective vaccines? You …

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Experts in jobsite safety trends predict that OSHA under President Biden will be far more aggressive than the essentially mothballed agency that slept through the Donald J. Trump administration.

Beefed up OSHA Means Greater Jobsite Scrutiny

The election of Joe Biden as president brought many new faces to Washington. One department head nominee that construction industry employers should be aware of: Doug Parker, the proposed new boss of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Parker most recently oversaw California’s OSHA division. Experts in jobsite safety trends predict that a Parker-led OSHA …

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