Go with a provider who not only can handle the calculations and payroll tax payments, but who also understands the food industry.
A security expert gives four tips on how restaurant owners can protect their businesses.
Relying on family and friends to bankroll your dream can be a huge mistake.
Restaurants must obtain legal protection of recipes and products in order to claim them as their own.
Emergencies can have a severe impact on a restaurant's business, so being prepared for them is key.
Follow these steps to protect your business from a fire.
Businesses with 50-plus employees now have an extra year to comply with coverage.
Franchise agreements must be prepared, negotiated and reviewed by a specialist from where the restaurant will operate.
If power outages last through Valentine's Day, businesses will take an even bigger hit, as the holiday is a high-traffic occasion.
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The average cost of a data breach for non-PCI compliance is $80,000.
On Friday, President Obama signed an executive order aimed at enhancing security measures for federal credit cards. He also urged retailers and banks to do the same in the fight against identity fraud.
The order will add microchips and PIN numbers to government credit cards and debit cards beginning in January.
The National Restaurant Association has announced exclusive member discounts from UnitedHealthcare on manual medical rates for fully insured business groups with 51 or more eligible employees. According to a news release, through NRA's Health Care HQ, members can access potential...
The educational site is designed to help caterers, food trucks and other operators manage risk exposure.
A former FBI executive assistant director is on tap to demonstrate vulnerabilities in banking and payments at the upcoming event in Washington, D.C.
Panasonic has announced the availability of its new 3 Series camera platform. Built on the same UniPhier LSI platform as its flagship 6 Series camera line, 3 Series cameras provide high-definition capabilities with an objective of keeping customers and employees...
Industree Exchange, a Washington, DC-based company, has launched to provide health insurance coverage specifically to local restaurants and bars. The Washington Post reports that the company’s objective is to provide affordable options for restaurants as they comply with the Affordable Care Act.
XL Group and insurance program administrator ProHost USA have signed a new underwriting agreement to provide a packaged insurance solution specifically designed for the restaurant industry. "An understanding of the restaurant industry and the risks that these businesses face has...
The National Restaurant Association today announced it is partnering with eHealth Inc. to offer tools and resources to industry employees looking to find health insurance coverage.
According to a news release, through this new partnership, NRA members will have access to a co-branded eHealth health insurance shopping experience.
The Obama administration announced Monday that the deadline for mid-sized companies to comply with Obamacare regulations has been extended to 2016. CNN reported that the extension applies to companies with 50 to 99 full-time employees. They will now have another...
Small business owners are worried about the impact the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, will have on their business operations, according to a recent survey by Merchant Cash and Capital, a financing company for small businesses. According to the survey...
Backed by the National Restaurant Association, the Employers for Flexibility in Health Care Coalition has filed comments with the Internal Revenue Service about the agency's recent proposed regulation on reporting requirements for employers offering health plans. E-FLEX is coalition of...
DTT has announced an expanded partnership with SSP America's North American division. The relationship began in late 2011, and has continued to grow, with DTT installing its 100th SSP location last month. As a provider of loss-prevention solutions with hardware...
The International Franchise Association has released an informational pamphlet to help employers educate their workers on their obligations and options with the Affordable Care Act ahead of the Oct. 1 deadline.
The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association (formerly NFSSC), recently completed its 34th Annual Conference, at the M Resort, Aug. 4-7, in Las Vegas.
More than 300 LP professionals participated in the meeting, marking a nearly 30 percent increase from the year prior.
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On Friday, the National Restaurant Association applauded Congressman Dan Lipinski's (D-Ill.) efforts to change the 2010 Affordable Care Act law's definition of "full-time" to 40 hours per week. The legislation, known as the "Forty Hours is Full-time Act," would change...