For many restaurant owners success is defined as turning a profit and giving customers a unique and memorable dining experience. After all, staying open requires a continuous flow of cash and happy customers.
This is a reminder that as of January 1, 2017 the NYC Department of Health began enforcing the written advisory requirement that restaurants must tell consumers that eating certain raw or undercooked foods may increase the risk of foodborne illness.
In his State of the City address last week Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an ambitious goal to create 100,000 "good jobs" in sectors such as manufacturing, technology and film and television that pay at least $50,000 a year.
As reported in a previous alert, the New York City Council unanimously passed the “Freelance Isn’t Free” Act in October 2016. On November 16, 2016, Mayor de Blasio signed the bill into law and it will take effect on May 15, 2017.
The NYC Hospitality Alliance reported late last year that Scaffolding Reform is on the Horizon. The fact is that when a building leaves scaffolding up unnecessarily it creates significant financial loss to the businesses located below it.