Congress attempts to add $250B to the Paycheck Protection Program
Congress is attempting to shore up the Paycheck Protection Program, which restaurant operators can utilize, by infusing an additional $250 billion into the program, but partisan politics are bogging down the effort. The Align Public Strategies team discusses the legislative prospects for more assistance and what changes may happen with the program.
Looking ahead, the future of employee benefits may involve some type of portability, so the Working Lunch hosts talk about whether the business community will lead that conversation.
Finally, it’s the end of an era as Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign has come to an end. The team discusses his impact on the current debates around the restaurant industry, his future potential impact and who will be the new standard bearer for his agenda. The podcast wraps up with the legislative scorecard.
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