2020 Calendar of Events

  • April 28-29 Washington D.C. Virtual Conference (FMI, NGA, FIAE)
  • May 3-5 FMI Financial Executives and Internal Audit Conference, St. Louis, MO
  • May 12-14 FMI Future Leaders eXperience, Orlando, FL
  • June 16 NGIA Sandbaggers Spring Golf Outing at Iron Horse
  • June 16 NGIA General Membership Meeting, Iron Horse
  • Aug. 19-20 SpartanNash Fresh/GFD West Expo in Minneapolis
  • Sept. 13-16 FMI Annual Business Conference, Chicago, IL
  • Oct. 6  Hackers & Snackers Golf Extravaganza – Quarry Oaks

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Grocery Store Update on COVID-19

Governor Ricketts declared an emergency and signed an Executive Order that waives hours of operation and weight limits for truckers.  This should alleviate some of the shipping issues that have resulted due to the novel coronavirus.  The press release can be found at: https://governor.nebraska.gov/press-releases

The Governor has also adopted CDC guidelines that established no gatherings of 10 or more people.  Grocery stores are exempt but everyone should be encouraged to maintain a 6' distance from other employees and customers.  Take-out, curb side delivery, inside delivery and drive through are allowed in restaurants and bars.

US Department of Labor Issues Guidance on Paid Leave Mandate

Information and Links: 

  • Grocer Toolkit Documents: click here. 
  • What should you do as an employer: click here.
  • What to do if an employee is confirmed to have COVID-19: click here.
  • COVID-19 and food safety/safe food products: click here.

Child Labor Laws Under COVID-19 Do Not Change: A student under 16 years of age is not allowed to work more than 3 hours per day Monday - Friday and they cannot work before 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m.  They are allowed to work Saturday and Sunday.  They are not allowed to work more than 18 hours per week.  These restrictions are applicable between Labor Day and May 31. There are no specific hourly restrictions for 16 and 17 year-olds. Information provided by US Dept. of Labor.