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The Labor Market and Meat Vendors

By Chad Pearson, Business Outreach, Employment Security Department Knowing what’s going on with the labor market is a lot like the relationship with your meat vendor. You don’t need to

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Poor Communication Drives Low Employee “Telehealth” Adoption Rates

The Washington Hospitality Association has developed a raft of potent Healthcare Solutions for hospitality businesses across the state.  By visiting Washington Hospitality Healthcare Solutions webpage, members can explore options for

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Eye on Hospitality: Focus on Service Charges

The Washington Hospitality Association’s recent Hospitality Summit, in Seattle, brought together some of the state’s top movers and shakers in the hospitality industry for some great panel discussions.

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Eye on Hospitality: Washington State Driver’s Licenses Get a Makeover

Business owners, who are required by law to prevent anyone under 21 from accessing alcohol, need to know that the state began issuing driver licenses and ID cards with new designs that do a better job protecting residents from identity theft than was done by the old licenses.

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Handling Beef

How do you know if your staff is safe? Make them ServeSafe!  Raw Beef Beef should be chilled immediately after it is received. Since meat freezes at 28F and microbial

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Washington Hospitality First Aid Burns are injuries to tissues caused by heat, friction, electricity, radiation, or chemicals. Scalds are a type of burn caused by a hot liquid or steam.

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Five Sales Building Tactics that Won’t Break the Bank

As we head into the quieter time of the year for our restaurant, what are some ways we can build sales and not spend much money?

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Across the board (cutting boards)

What’s the center of your kitchen food-safety program? If it’s not the cutting boards, your efforts to produce pathogen-free food stand little chance of succeeding. In fact, kitchen cutting boards

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Doing the Right Thing the Right Way: A Road Map to Workplace Safety

By Paul Schlienz No matter what you do, there is always the potential for something to go wrong in life and in work environments. Employers who accept this fact know

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Fire Prevention

Restaurants—with their open flames, hot equipment, electrical connections, cooking oils, cleaning chemicals and paper products—have all the ingredients for a fire to flame out of control. Nearly 8,000 eating and

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Cash Overages and Shortages

Cash Overages and Shortages Shortages may not be deducted from the gross business income unless the business can demonstrate that the shortage was a result of an error in recording

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First Aid Training – Everyone needs it

Knowing first aid means you’re more likely to know what to do to help someone in case of emergency.  1. You’ll be more prepared as a parent. If you’re a