Member Updates

Keeing our members informed!

If there is a resource you would like us to add, or if you would like to be added to our distriubtion list, contact us at: info@parkcityrestaurants.com

 

MEETING SCHEDULE 

All meetings noted below will be held at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Call-in details will be emailed out the week prior to schedule date:
  • July 16 @ 11a.m., Social Media 101 for Restaurants
    ZOOM webinar
  • July 23rd Protect your Business from Pandemic-Related Employment Litigation
    Thursday, July 23rd 1:00pm MST
    Click Here To Register
    In this webinar, the Restaurant Law Center welcomes Bob O’Hara and Paul DeCamp with Epstein Becker Green to discuss the various employment issues that, if not handled carefully, can lead to expensive litigation under a variety of federal, state, and local employment laws in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.  

    Other topics that will be covered include discrimination and retaliation claims arising from an individual’s actual or perceived illness, exposure to the coronavirus, and requests for leave and accommodation. Bob and Paul will share their analyses of various health and safety measures currently recommended or required by government agencies in addition to addressing wage and hour risks associated with work-from-home arrangements and how changes in staffing and job duties may affect exemption from overtime.
  • August 6 @ 10 a.m., Member Meeting
  • September 3 @ 10 a.m., Member Meeting
  • October 1 @ 10 a.m., Member Meeting
  • November 5 @ 10 a.m., Member Meeting
  • December 3 @ 10 a.m., Member Meeting
 

COVID-19 UPDATES

  • The County hereby orders all individuals currently living within or visiting Summit County, Utah to wear a face covering that completely covers the nose and mouth in the following circumstances: Mask Ordienance Annoucement
    For your convenience we have created a variety of Face Mask sign options you are welcome to download, print and use.
Face Mask Signs
  • Best practices restaurants will follow in order to comply with the commitments in the Utah and Park City Restaurant Industry Promise. While different strategies will be appropriate for different restaurants at different times, the following can be implemented or adapted to fit any restaurant’s needs: Best Practices
  • Click Here for the most recent Phased Guidelines update, version 4.7. Thank you for following these guidelines and demonstrating utmost safety in your establishments - remember we are all in this together! 
  • Also reference the newly released Covid Business Manual which offers employers a step-by-step plan to protect their businesses and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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14 Jul
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COVID Best Practices for Restaurants

Best practices restaurants will follow in order to comply with the commitments in the Utah Restaurant Industry Promise. Restaurants are experts in safe food handling and sanitation and so many of their routine practices will go a long way towards fulfilling the commitments in the Utah Restaurant Industry Promise. Different strategies will be appropriate for different restaurants at different times, but the following can be implemented or adapted to fit any restaurant’s needs:

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14 Jul
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PCCAPS Restaurant Wars

Please contact rpittard@pcschools.us to express interest in participating in the first ever, PCCAPS Restaurant Wars challenge for our Business Solutions students. Two spots remain! First come first serve. 

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