Reminder: E-cigarette Ban Effective on April 29th, 2014
Reminder: As the NYC Hospitality Alliance has reported, restaurants and nightlife establishments must begin enforcing the prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes indoors on April 29, 2014, and post new signage, including the prohibition about smoking Electronic Cigarettes by June 28th, 2014.
(Please note that the newly revised sign is not yet available from the City. The Alliance will advise you once it becomes available.)
A-Letter Grade: Best Practices Seminar
NYC Hospitality Alliance and Borax Paper Products present:
A-Letter Grade: Best Practices
When: Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 | 2:00-3:30pm
Where: CohnReznick, 1212 Avenue of Americas, 14th Floor
We invite you to join us as three industry experts guide you on the best practices of food safety. Their advice is specifically tailored for eating and drinking establishments and will leave you with the tools and resources to help ensure the safety of your customers and the protection of your business.
SOLD OUT Click here for more info & to register ›
Seminar Recap: Paid Sick Leave- 'What Employers Need to Know'
On April 1st, 2014 more than 200 restaurant and nightlife operators attended a presentation co-hosted by The Alliance and the Department of Consumer Affairs about their requirements under the new Paid Sick Leave Law. April 1st was the first effective day of the law. Click here to access the materials presented at the seminar ›
Letter Grades- City to Announce Public Comment Period
Today, City Council and Department of Health announced the long awaited public comment period on reforms to the Restaurant Letter Grade System.
As you may recall, representatives of the NYC Hospitality Alliance participated in a press conference last summer to announce the reforms, which intend to reduce fines and provide more educational resources to help restaurants earn an A-Letter Grade. The Alliance will now submit comments on the proposed reforms and will keep you up-to-date along the way as the reforms are implemented over the coming months. Click here to read The Alliance's full alert and access the press release issued by the City and DOH ›
Employers Must Post Pregnancy Sign
As a reminder, on October 2, 2013, then Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed into law an amendment to the New York City Human Rights Law ("CHRL") that was unanimously passed by the New York City Council. This law requires employers with at least four employees within the City of New York to provide reasonable accommodations to pregnant employees.
Effective on January 30, 2014, New York City employers must provide “reasonable accommodations to pregnant women and those who suffer medical conditions related to pregnancy and childbirth.” Find out more about these accommodations & download the Pregnancy & Employment Rights poster ›
We Now Offer Mock Health Inspections
A Letter Grade = Fewer Fines. Good Image. Happy Customers.
C Letter Grade = Expensive Fines. Bad Image. Loss of Business.
It only takes one bad DOH inspection to negatively impact your business…
Be proactive…Be preventive…Be prepared
Schedule an on-site, hands on, Mock Health Department Inspection.
Book your inspection today!
Contact The Alliance:
www.theNYCalliance.org Click here for full information ›
NYC Checklist for Required Signs for Restaurants and Bars
Restaurant and nightlife businesses are required to post a variety of federal, state and city signs & permits conspicuously to their employees, customers and inspectors.
Keeping track of all of them can be time consuming and confusing!
Wouldn't it be great if your business had a comprehensive checklist of all required postings??? Now you do! Click here for more information & to download the checklist ›