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Two Minute Video: What you need to know 6/28/22

Association President and CEO Anthony Anton sat down with experts in industry economics, data, and research. They gave expert analysis on upcoming hotel and restaurant trends; operators who are offering alcohol to-go service must apply for the right endorsements and ensure they’re following all the laws and rules; mark your calendar… the next CEO podcast happens July 6 at 10 a-m… the topic: public safety.

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Weekly Update: New alcohol to-go FAQs

New! Alcohol to-go FAQs Washington state expanded alcohol rules to allow to-go service until July 1, 2023. There are several public safety laws and rules regulating alcohol to-go service. Learn

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Maximize labor efficiency with federal programs

Work Opportunity Tax Credit The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal tax credit available to employers for hiring individuals from certain targeted groups who have consistently faced significant

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King County distributing free disinfecting wipes and sanitizers

King County is distributing free disinfecting wipes and sanitizers to county restaurant workers. One restaurant representative is invited to attend a drive-thru pop-up event in Kent.  Who: King County encourages

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⚽ Seattle selected as a men’s 2026 FIFA World Cup host city

Seattle selected as a men’s 2026 FIFA World Cup host city Seattle will be one of 16 North American host cities for the men’s 2026 FIFA World Cup as announced

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Seattle selected as 2026 FIFA men’s World Cup host city

Seattle will be one of 16 North American host cities for the men’s 2026 FIFA men’s World Cup as announced today by tournament officials. Vancouver, B.C. was also selected as

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Two Minute Video: What you need to know 6/15/22

Changes to the Washington State food code; Technology Toolkit updates; L&I issues new emergency rules to protect outdoor workers.

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Weekly Update: New wildfire and excessive heat rules

New wildfire and excessive heat rules from L&I Despite this year’s unusually cool and wet spring, our summers are getting hotter and drier, which means outdoor workers can be at

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Toolkit — Hospitality tech

Since dining and lodging are two of society’s oldest types of businesses, the industry can be hesitant to embrace new technology. In reality, the seemingly straightforward concepts of preparing a meal or offering a room  could benefit immensely from

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Liquor licenses for ax throwing establishments receive approval

In a big win from your government affairs team, the Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board (LCB) has adopted rules to allow ax throwing at liquor-licensed establishments. The rules allow

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New wildfire and extreme heat emergency rules from L&I

You may not think your employees are classified as outdoor workers, but if you operate a golf course, outdoor patio, amusement park, sports venue or you have delivery drivers, your