Restaurant workers endure pushback during pandemic
October 13, 2021
This article written by Alexandra Duggan and published by the Idaho Press on Oct. 13, 2021. Read the original article.
In what has been a tumultuous time for many, food service workers in the Treasure Valley have had to navigate a complicated series of issues — no masks, all masks, long wait times, large guest volume and small staffs. The coronavirus has affected nearly every business and local restaurant, and their workers are no different.
When the pandemic began, businesses were forced to adapt to COVID-19 and the myriad of safety precautions and procedures that came with it. Many took the necessary steps to keep their employees and guests safe and follow city and state mandates: Places shut down, some employees couldn’t make money, and when businesses opened back up for service, many looked different than before. Read the full article.
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