The Secret Restaurateur: Lighter-touch regulation won’t help industry during Covid
Each month, our anonymous restaurant owner lifts the lid on life in the hospitality business. Today they ask some tough questions about personal responsibility
In many areas of life – and business – it’s often far easier to point a finger than to take responsibility. This is undoubtedly true in our trade right now, not that we can be entirely blamed for it.
The fact is that the lack of any aggressive enforcement of the public health rules we are all supposed to be following has been evident in their lax implementation in some venues. We are...
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