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While it is best to be optimistic about a positive economic return following the Covid-19 closures, current data tells us, it is highly likely that 1 in 3 restaurant workers will not get their old jobs back. And, since the competition for new roles will be even more intense, taking proactive steps today, is as vital as ever to get back on track.

Clockedin is here to help alleviate the situation with its free platform for getting experienced service workers get a head-start on others in similar situations.
Get re-positioned for the job market.
Restaurants will re-open, but not everyone will get their job back.
Engage your network now
Develop your online profile
Make yourself available
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Restaurant employment has been disrupted by COVID-19.
We built this page to ensure all hospitality workers have the latest news, tips and information on the situation as it unfolds.
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Ask Clara, the Coronavirus self-checker provided by the CDC and Microsoft Azure.
Exhibiting Symptoms?
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4 Steps workers can take immediately.
1.) Protect yourself


2.) Extend your cash


3.) Apply for Unemployment


4.) Prepare for alternate work
Live Updates
Audit your bills and cut extra spending. Contact service providors about extending payments.
Payment Extentions
Apply Now
Learn More
Guidelines
Whether your are still working or sheltering in place, follow the protective measures provided locally.
If you have been laid off, file for unemployment insurance now.  
Restaurants will reopen, but not everyone will get their job back. Prepare for changes to your job.
COVID-19 UPDATES
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Everything Restaurant and Delivery Workers Need to Know About the New Paid Sick Leave Laws
Legal Aid at Work FAQ on filing for unemployment, forced stay-home, immigrant discrimination, etc.
COVID-19 or Other Public Health Emergencies and the Fair Labor Standards Act Questions and Answers
U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Guidance on Unemployment Insurance Flexibilities During COVID-19 Outbreak
U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Guidance on Unemployment Insurance Flexibilities During COVID-19 Outbreak
Court system to suspend eviction proceedings, other 'non-essential' cases
Credit card issuers offer customer assistance in response to coronavirus
Registering for Unemployment Is Nearly Impossible Right Now, Restaurant Workers Say
Legal FAQ for Employees
Assistance Funds
Payment
Extentions
Food Pantry
Smaller groups are helping collect money for restaurants & workers in cities and regions across the U.S. Find out more about your options locally in these areas:
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If you have resources or information that can benefit the hospitality community please contact us at join@clockedin.com
These providers have implemented a moratorium on service disconnections for non-payment until May 1.
These organizations provide food for those who have difficulty purchasing enough food to avoid hunger.
Atlanta
Austin
Boston
Charlottesville
Chicago
D.C.
Detroit
Los Angeles
New Orleans
New York
Philadelphia
Seattle
St. Louis
Twin Cities
Comcast
AT&T
Verizon
T-Mobile
ComEd
Peoples Gas
Find a Food Pantry Near You
Financial Assistance for Food
Greater Chicago Food Depository
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Additional resources are becoming available for workers and we will provide updates daily.
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Disclaimer  | The consolidated resources are here for your consideration. The information provide above is not legal advice. We understand that circumstances are changing quickly and we are updating content as it is available.
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Ask Clara, the Coronavirus self-checker provided by the CDC and Microsoft Azure.
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Additional resources are becoming available for workers and we will provide updates daily.
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Live Updates
COVID-19
Workforce
Support Center
Restaurant employment has been disrupted by COVID-19. We built this page to ensure all hospitality workers have the latest news, tips and information on the situation as it unfolds.
Image
Image
Image
COVID-19 UPDATES
Image
Image
4 Steps workers can take immediately.
1.) Protect yourself




2.) Extend your cash




3.) Apply for Unemployment



4.) Prepare for alternate work
Whether your are still working or sheltering in place, follow the protective measures provided locally.
Audit your bills and cut extra spending. Contact service providors about extending payments.
If you have been laid off, file for unemployment insurance now.  
Restaurants will reopen, but not everyone will get their job back. Prepare for changes to your job.
Guidelines
Payment Extentions
Apply Now
Learn More
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Additional Resources
Everything Restaurant and Delivery Workers Need to Know About the New Paid Sick Leave Laws
Legal Aid at Work FAQ on filing for unemployment, forced stay-home, immigrant discrimination, etc.
COVID-19 or Other Public Health Emergencies and the Fair Labor Standards Act Questions and Answers
Registering for Unemployment Is Nearly Impossible Right Now, Restaurant Workers Say
Legal FAQ for Employees
U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Guidance on Unemployment Insurance Flexibilities During COVID-19 Outbreak
U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Guidance on Unemployment Insurance Flexibilities During COVID-19 Outbreak
Court system to suspend eviction proceedings, other 'non-essential' cases
Credit card issuers offer customer assistance in response to coronavirus
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While it’s best to be optimistic about a positive economic return following the Covid-19 closures, current data tells us, it is highly likely that 1 in 3 restaurant workers will not get their old jobs back. And, since the competition for new roles will be even more intense, taking proactive steps today, is as vital as ever to get back on track.








Clockedin is here to help alleviate the situation with its free platform for getting experienced service workers get a head-start on others in similar situations.
Engage your network now
Develop your online profile
Make yourself available
Image
Image
ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage
Image
ImageImageImageImage
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Get re-positioned for the job market.
Restaurants will re-open, but not everyone will get their job back.
Assistance Funds
Smaller groups are helping collect money for restaurants & workers in cities and regions across the U.S. Find out more about your options locally in these areas:
Atlanta
Austin
Boston
Charlottesville
Chicago
D.C.
Detroit
Los Angeles
New Orleans
New York
Philadelphia
Seattle
St. Louis
Twin Cities
Payment
Extentions
These providers have implemented a moratorium on service disconnections for non-payment until May 1.
Comcast
AT&T
Verizon
T-Mobile
ComEd
Peoples Gas
Food Pantry
These organizations provide food for those who have difficulty purchasing enough food to avoid hunger.
Find a Food Pantry Near You
Financial Assistance for Food
Greater Chicago Food Depository
Disclaimer  | The consolidated resources are here for your consideration. The information provide above is not legal advice. We understand that circumstances are changing quickly and we are updating content as it is available.
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Contribute
If you have resources or information that can benefit the hospitality community please contact us at join@clockedin.com
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