Restaurant Insurance Tag

Beginning July 1, 2015 a new law requires paid sick leave for employees who work 30 or more days. Sick leave accrues at the rate of one hour per every 30 hours worked and must be carried over if not used. This is important information...

Is it a legal requirement for your employees to undergo Sexual Harassment Training? In the State of California, it is required that businesses that employ over 50 employees perform at least 2 hours of Sexual Harassment Training for all of their supervisors and managers every 2 years! Also, when you hire a new...

If your business accepts payments using credit cards, it is very important that you ensure you are in compliance with the provisions of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA). Every year, businesses are sued for different violations of the FACTA. Here are some examples of provisions...

One of the most significant factors used to determine your business' Workers' Compensation Insurance policy Premium (or rate) is the number of Workers' Compensation Claims you have or had against your business (this is used to determine your business' Experience Modification, or Ex. Mod.). These claims are incidents reported by your employees when they...

Are your employees trustworthy? Employee Dishonesty is a serious concern for any business owner, and any procedure that can be put in place to prevent getting taken advantage of can be extremely valuable. One great tip we received from one of our restaurateur clients is to calculate what...

Last week, one of our clients' employees noticed a fire in the restaurant's kitchen. The employee immediately attempted to contact the business owner, calling him at numerous different phone numbers until he finally got a hold of his boss, instead of directly contacting 911. Your employees...

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