fine dining Back up and systerkrogen Slip, on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm, sweden, has in the last couple of weeks noticed a dramatic difference in the number of restaurant guests. On Tuesday, forced the restaurant will be closed after all the guests have booked out of. Last week, the 85 per cent, respectively.
"There has been a sharp decline in a short period of time," says Dr Green.
At the end of a day, the 50 of the reservations to be booked on the Slip, according to Dr Green. At the michelin-rated Back up usually applies to a cancellation fee of 2000 sek for cancellations made less than 72 hours prior to the reservation, but in the new situation, it is needed to relax the rules.
"We cannot ask for the cancellation fee under these circumstances, and we will make our assessment on a case-by-case basis," says Agneta Green.
Paul Green, Photo credit: Per Ranung
at the same time, we are only in april and may as the season starts, and during the summer, three times as high as Back sales. When the enhanced staffing levels. Now, it is possible to stay away of employing. Yet, nobody has been made redundant, but the Back-restaurants are reluctant to bring in extra staff.
"We will see to it that those who are regular employees are getting their hours in, in the first place," says Dr Green.
this set is, there are still guests who will come by itself, especially for lunch and brunch in the bistro, Slip on.
" and We have a spacious facility, and do not need to put the people of the city. I think that many people see when they come by, " says Dr Green.
At the present time, she is not that a restaurant should have to shut up for a long period of time.
" what We are fighting for as long as possible. We have a good cash position, so we're not in trouble, " says Dr Green.
We shall fight on as long as you can
the Hotel restaurangfacket receipt of the written notice of the roughly 6,000 people. However, a further notice relating to 4,000 people, is on the way, " says Malin Ackholt, president of the restaurangfacket.
"a Large share of the industry is in a time of crisis," she said.
in Addition, is concerned about the $ 10,000 short-term employment, and extraanställningar, where the employees are not allowed to go on.
the largest of The redundancies have been in the hospitality industry, " she says.
for more information, see the public employment service for instance, varselstorm.
this, the government announced a support package of 300 billion crowns, which is supposed to save the us companies. The package involves, among other things, that the central government is responsible for the sjuklönekostnaden, and half of the salaries of the employees will have to go down in working hours with no increase to compensation. The companies will also be able to postpone paying taxes, such as vat and employer's social security contributions.
" We are very positive about the measures the government announced today. However, it is difficult to keep track of if they are on track. Part of the cost is to be covered, even if there are no reservations. Some of our activities may not even be allowed to be in, " says Malin Ackholt.
Mötesförbudet, for groups of more than 500 people, affecting, among other things, at trade fairs, in which I have ever slept in, Everything on the lake is an example of the operation, which was forced to shut down last week as a result of the new restrictions. - Malin Ackholt, Photo: Fredrik Sandin Carlson
last week, The flag nöjeskoncernen Stureplansgruppen, which has 3,000 employees, in order that it may be possible to lay off employees. The company owns well-known restaurants like Bern's and the Customers.
”We have this morning begun to analyze the government's actions, and before we're done with it, we can't leave any comments”, says Linda Nordlund, the marketing director at Stureplansgruppen, in an e-mail. < / span> , president and ceo of the besöksnäringens association Visit, welcome to the new bail-out package.
" We are in an industry in free-fall. It's all about getting the business owners to see the light in the tunnel. I think that many people will be able to take a breath and take stock of the situation, " he said.
at the same time, the organization will need more.
" I'm getting e-mails and phone calls from desperate business owners who are wondering how they are going to pass out. But for guests, it is impossible to carry on the business, " says Jonas Siljhammar.<