Will The FPPA Be Florida’s First Comprehensive Privacy Law?

By Al Saikali on January 9, 2022 POSTED IN DATA PRIVACY, DATA SECURITY, FLORIDA PRIVACY LAW, STATE PRIVACY LAWS   This blog post will summarize Senate Bill 1864, released on Friday, which is the first “comprehensive” privacy bill to be released in advance of the 2022 Florida legislative session. This is a long post, so I begin with a “too long, didn’t read” Read More

What’s New At FRLA: 12/17/21

This week at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association Holiday Chapter Events It’s the most wonderful time of the year! FRLA has wrapped up this year with holiday events across the state. FRLA Florida Inns Chapter enjoyed this year’s Jingle & Mingle in Pinellas County! More Information Coming Soon! FRLA App Coming Soon! FRLA will soon Read More

3 employee management myths that cost small businesses big

Small business owners are bold people. They see the opportunity to build something new and jump in with gusto. So, it’s understandable that they don’t live for managing humdrum back-office tasks like time tracking, tax filing or payroll management. But when it comes to these complicated, important tasks, what you don’t know could hurt you. Let’s discuss Read More

90-Second Update: Uncle Sam, Where’s My ERTC?

In our latest “90 Second Update,” we give an update on the status of the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC).  As many of you know well, the ERTC – redesigned with input from the National Restaurant Association – has the potential to be a critical recovery tool for tens of thousands of restaurants.  But as Read More