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Walt will continue to reduce the commission for restaurateurs "until the return" - Walla! Business

2021-01-21T18:52:28.037Z

The reduction of the commission to 22 percent, which is planned to expire in the coming days, will continue until the seating in restaurants returns. Walt to restaurateurs: "It is important for us to continue to stand by you and allow stability"



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Walt will continue to reduce restaurant fees "until resettlement returns"

The reduction of the commission to 22 percent, which is planned to expire in the coming days, will continue until the seating in restaurants returns.

Walt to restaurateurs: "It is important for us to continue to stand by you and allow stability"

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David Rosenthal

Thursday, 21 January 2021, 20:31

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Continue with the reduction.

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Nearly a month ago, Walt announced that it would reduce the commission for restaurateurs throughout the closure period.

The commission, which stood at 27 percent, was lowered to 22 percent, a benefit that was supposed to expire in the coming days.

Following a request from the restaurateurs' unions, today (Thursday) Walt agreed to their request and will leave the commission at 22 percent until the seating is returned to the restaurants.



In a statement issued to restaurateurs, Walt said: "Dear restaurateurs, after talks with you and the restaurateurs' unions, we are pleased to update on the extension of the benefits of lowering the commission to 22% and canceling the self-collection fee, until the start of seating in restaurants. "Our way of working together brings with it difficulties and challenges. Until we return to the routine we all long for, it is important for us to continue to stand by your side and allow some stability during this difficult period.



There were many disagreements and struggles between the restaurateurs and Walt over the fees charged by the company, but it should be noted that Walt is the only one who made such a move.

On December 27, the benefit first came into effect, and then Walt Israel CEO Lior Eshkol said: "This is a difficult time for the Israeli economy and the restaurant industry in particular.

We decided to shoot them and help them as much as we could during this difficult time.

We hope that the move will allow hundreds of thousands of workers in the industry and thousands of supportive businesses to continue operating.

As is well known, Walt is intended to be a complementary platform for the activities of the restaurants and not a substitute for sitting in them. "

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