In this video NMRA and the NM Department of Workforce Solutions discuss how to find out if your restaurant is complying with the Healthy Workplaces Act. It’s been one year since the enactment of the law, and we are still getting calls about details on implementing the law in individual restaurants. This video should answer most questions.
Introducing a 10-week, fully virtual program with content based on an MBA curriculum, the Hospitality Business School. Learn, understand, and apply the best practices of people management and business finances to immediately improve your business.
In our final legislative update of 2023 our CEO and Lobbyists fill you in on what happened with all the bills that mattered to restaurants this session. The 2023 session of the New Mexico Legislature has had its challenges, but NMRA saw some success combating increases in minimum wage as well as staving off drastic liquor tax increases.
Recent legislative action(s) in December of 2020 and March of 2021 have made the Federal Employee Retention Credit, originally part of the CARES Act (March of 2020), available to more employers. Think of the Federal Employee Retention Credit as a grant for your business to spend in whatever manner you desire. This is not a loan, so it does not need to be paid back.
A government review of your recruiting and hiring practices might prove to be enterprise-ending for a business and personally devastating for a manager who violates the labor compliance rules when recruiting and hiring new employees. Here are some resources from NMRA & Fastrack Onboard.
NMRA partner, Jim Hargrove of Shamrock Foods, developed this strategic menu price increase presentation in the wake of all the minimum wage increases that are taking place. This seminar focuses on strategic approaches to dealing with the minimum wage increases without negatively impacting the enterprise.
Webinar with NMRA CEO Carol Wight and NMED Food Program Manager Johnathan Gerhardt discussing the 2018 food code changes and how they will affect you and your food operation.
The mandate for training all employees is April 1, 2019.
This excludes Albuquerque and Bernalillo who are under a different jurisdiction.
The Federal Department of Labor (DOL) is targeting restaurants in NM for audits.
In this webinar for restaurants, we will be speaking to a DOL Wage and Hour Investigator about typical restaurant violations and how to avoid them.
This election year is important because the landscape of our elected officials is drastically changing — think California. Elected officials don’t understand how to manage a bottom line in the restaurant industry. It’s not their business to know. Our goal is to ask you to share our information with those candidates elected folks. We want them to have a better understanding of our industry and what motivates us as employers and community members.
Many restaurants aren’t taking inventory, don’t know their Prime Costs, Net Profit or Break-Even. They have little or no time to train their staff (not just on service but on SALES), and they’re spending lots of money on marketing without R.O.I. These restaurants may be filling their seats, but wondering why their bank account is not growing. They’re struggling to make payroll and meet rising operating costs.
This business is hard enough! These tools will help you Work Smarter, Not Harder. It’s time to Maximize your PROFITS, Optimize your SALES, Build epic BRAND LOYALTY and deliver amazing CUSTOMER SERVICE experiences.
Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) has dramatically increased its I-9 audit activities in New Mexico and the consequences of non-compliance can be severe and include but are not limited to, unwelcome business interruption, exorbitant fines, unwanted exposure, and even criminal charges.
NMRA CEO, Carol Wight hosts Terry Linton of Linton and Associates for a one hour seminar on preparing member restaurants for the Affordable Care Act.
We know navigating third-party delivery services can be less than fun and even downright confusing. We have complied some resources that can answer your questions and help point you in the right direction when the time comes for your restaurant to consider entering the delivery game.
Do you have questions about medical cannabis & drug use by employees? What do you do when sexual harassment arises? What questions can you ask a new hire? Check out this exclusive NRMA webinar with Antonia Roybal-Mack of Roybal-Mack & Cordova, P.C. and find out what you need to be doing to keep from getting sued.
In this educational webinar Paul Jew from Moji Studios tells why your story is so important to your marketing efforts. Your story can be a powerhouse of a marketing weapon. Jump ahead of the competition with a story blueprint that will resonate with your target…
Make sure you are on-board with the New Mexico food code before the inspector gets to your restaurant. NMRA helps review the state inspection report. We discuss the top ten questions asked in class and, “Ask the expert” all the major questions about the new food code.