To comply with new CDC regulations, restaurants face additional costs of up to $1,000 per day in labor or materials to ensure proper sanitation measures are taken. Operating in this ‘new normal’ leaves businesses in the hospitality space with increased costs up to 20% while operating at only 50% capacity, therefore affecting their daily bottom line.
As a result of mandated closures and the strict limitations on capacity, it is nearly impossible for restaurants to bring in sales near pre-COVID 19 levels. Despite new air filtrations, UV sanitization devices, and other safety measures in place, restaurants in certain counties are left to reverse their course. Throughout this webinar, viewers will learn about the significant modifications from “business as usual,” viewers will learn tips on how to avoid negligence, essential liability protections to mitigate litigation risk and employee liability.
- COVID-19’s impact on the future of the restaurant industry; smart endorsements operators can apply
- Reopening strategies; how to operate under a ‘new normal’; ways to mitigate exposed risk
- Shift in employee health insurance policies; employee testing for COVID-19
- Navigating contracts under COVID-19
- Impact of a reopening reversal; reopening strategies and how to operate under a ‘new normal’
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