Affordable Care Act Affecting Worker’s Compensation

September 3, 2016By Jean Hagan

As the Affordable Care Act started to take hold, work comp insurance companies questioned and assumed that ACA would not affect workers comp. The results are starting to come in and it is not what the insurance industry expected. ACA is absolutely affecting worker comp claims – claims are down because employees with insurance are Read the full article…

Your Management Hates your HR Department

January 18, 2016By Jean Hagan

There is a presumption in the restaurant industry that having a Human Resources manager/department helps you avoid pesky lawsuits and class action activity. Anyone that has been in the industry for more than a minute knows that this is totally untrue. Even the best HR manager/department cannot stop wage and hour or harassment issues from Read the full article…

Here We Go Again – Minimum Wage

July 9, 2014By Jean Hagan

The minimum wage topic is being written every year now and there doesn’t seem to be a respite anytime soon. This issue is a vote driver and as much as it pains the restaurant operator, legislators are playing to their audience – the voters that are affected by wage increases, our employees – not the Read the full article…

COVID-19 Update for Restaurants

March 27, 2010By KROST CPAs

So… lots going on. Based on various conversations I have had with insurance representatives and attorneys, below are some thoughts about what types of actions you should be considering. Please always check directly with your insurance carrier and labor attorney for direction. Operating Hours Not sure what your decision is regarding operating. Obviously the only Read the full article…