This year, travel is making an uptick thanks to the COVID-19 vaccine. With more people traveling, hotels and motels are going to see an increase in business, but it is currently difficult to find employees to work in the hotels. The more work, the more strain on hotel employees. It’s at this critical time that we need to help our clients out in the hospitality sector. But what can you do to help?
With the inauguration of president-elect Joe Biden just a week away, employers are already looking ahead to ponder labor and employment law changes. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, it is crucial that employers adequately prepare for possible changes in government policy. After rereading the Democratic Party’s election platform, here are the labor and employment policies that you should consider in the near future.
You (hopefully) have survived the crazy shortages, waiting outside of stores, found a comfortable mask and learned that hand sanitizer is not just for toddlers! You’ve hunkered down, homeschooled your children and tried to find a balance between keeping your business afloat and keeping your employees working and earning a paycheck. Now your state is moving to Phase Three. What is that?