A staggering 70 percent of undergrads set aside time to work during the school year, and with good reason. With living expenses and tuition bills to foot, students can use the extra money and are often eager to accept temporary jobs. Businesses near campuses, like restaurants, fitness centers, tutoring facilities, or retail stores actively recruit college students for part-time jobs. Why? Because students are an ideal fit for part-time employment, especially for seasonal positions that offer minimal and flexible hours. Regardless of their age or number of shifts worked, student employees are still the responsibility of their managers. Should something […]
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The rising trend of BYOA / BYOB establishments cause concern and additional liability previously addressed by a Liquor Liability policy.
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Thanksgiving is arguably one of the most favored holidays in American culture and widely celebrated. And what’s not to love? Spending an entire day relaxing with family, friends and football and ending with a tryptophan-induced nap is a tradition in many households. Even businesses are getting in on the fun and having Thanksgiving celebrations in the office to celebrate with staff and clients. In any of these events, the turkey is the star of the show and to produce the best turkey in the shortest time possible many amateur cooks are turning to turkey fryers.
Fast-casual restaurants are up-and-coming, trendy establishments attracting a large part of our population.
Do you think about where the food in a restaurant comes from before you eat it? The rise of food contamination concerns in restaurants has increased considerably during the past decade. There have been multiple cases of food contamination in popular restaurants like Chi-Chi’s and Wendy’s.
Over the past few years, there has been a rising trend across the country that permits patrons to bring their own wine, beer or cocktails into restaurants. This could range from “Mom and Pop” style restaurants in your local town, to a fine dining Flemings Steak House, both of which are trying to remain competitive in this industry.