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Employees Returning to Work at Nacho Daddy Must Absolve the Restaurant of COVID-19 Liability

Plus hospitality workers can apply for a $500 grant

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LAS VEGAS — Employees returning to work at Nacho Daddy must sign a letter that waives their legal rights against the company. One employee tells 13 Action News that she was fired for posting the letter on social media. Nacho Daddy owner Paul Hymas says that posting the letter went against the company’s social media policy. Hymas tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the letter absolves the company of liability if employees catch COVID-19, an issue that Congress is already discussing. The location on Sahara Avenue and in Downtown Las Vegas are open daily for dine-in service from noon to 8 p.m. [KTNV/LVRJ]

LAS VEGAS — The Timothy S.Y. Lam Foundation released another $100,000 for its $500 Hospitality Relief Grant program. Las Vegas hospitality employees economically affected by the coronavirus pandemic can apply for a $500 grant from May 15-29. The foundation already distributed $100,000 in grants to hospitality workers across the country. [EaterWire]

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Nacho Daddy

9560 West Sahara Avenue, , NV 89117 (702) 462-2298 Visit Website

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