A law passed last month and set to take effect later this month or in March will reinstate displaced local employees, including restaurant workers, as their former positions begin to become available again.
The data reveals that hospitality and foodservice jobs have been lost at nearly double the rate of those in other industries (62.1 per cent versus the national average of 36.5 per cent).
A new government report shows the devastating effect that COVID-19 has had on the food and beverage and hospitality industries in 2020.
Brett Colvin, CEO of Goodlawyer, discusses the predominant areas restaurant and bar owners need to consider during – and after – the pandemic.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs announced on April 4, 2020, a new web portal aimed at connecting workers with employers looking to fill positions in the agri-food sector, which continues to face unprecedented impacts due to COVID-19. This new tool, Ontario.ca/AgFoodJobs, will help match workers with essential jobs and training resources throughout […]
Press Release With five restaurants opened over the past two years and the province’s restaurant industry struggling to find and retain workers, B.C.’s fastest growing restaurant group, Joseph Richard Group (JRG), will hold hiring fairs at each of its 16 restaurants across the Lower Mainland (See below) on Monday, with the goal of hiring 200 […]
By Jennifer Mathers McHenry Setting up and running a restaurant is risky, expensive and a heck of a lot of work. I can understand why restaurateurs, both new and experienced, want to avoid unnecessary costs. I can also understand why having an employment lawyer involved in your business when everything is running smoothly can seem […]