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Our goal at RMagazine is to keep readers engaged, informed, and up-to-date with critical restaurant and retail headlines, changing practices, and emerging technologies. The RMagazine team prides itself upon creating outstanding content that has the ability to influence C-level executives, operators and mid-level management; targeting those looking to boost their bottom line while improving the customer experience.
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Who Are Your Best Employees, and Who Might Be Stealing from You? Your POS Knows

By |June 2nd, 2017|

An unfortunate truth about restaurant management is that no matter how much you may want to, you can’t trust everyone. The headlines across the country speak for themselves: “Disney Employee Stole $112k from Restaurant, Deputies Say,” The Orlando Sentinel “Restaurant Employee Accused of Stealing Thousands in Cash,” Wave 3 News, Louisville, Kentucky Unfortunately, we could [...]

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Using Restaurant Technology to Improve Customer Experiences

By |June 1st, 2017|

Technology is here to stay in the restaurant industry. Intuitive software not only helps managers, servers, and hosts operate more efficiently, but it also enhances the dining experience. In fact, 79% of consumers agree that restaurant technology improves their experience as guests. In the consumer-driven hospitality industry, it’s critical to stay on top of trends [...]

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Drop-off or Full-service Catering: What’s Right for Your Restaurant?

By |May 30th, 2017|

Off-premise orders are driving growth for restaurants, so how can you get your share? Adding catering to your business is one way to go. Sound intimidating? It doesn’t have to be. To help you take the leap, we’ve outlined the options so you can decide which type of catering would work best for your restaurant. [...]


4 Ways to Design a Mystery Shopping Program With Measurable Results

By |May 26th, 2017|

Believe it or not, the mystery shopping industry broke $600 million in revenue a few years back. There are now over 400 companies in the US alone that deliver mystery shops. With so many programs available, it’s likely that you have tried installing one at your restaurants. You might have even seen the beginnings of [...]

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Keeping Restaurants Relevant in an Era of Rapid Technological Transformation

By |May 24th, 2017|

For many traditional brick-and-mortar retailers, the drumbeat of doom continues. In March 2017, for example, USA Today reported that the parent company of iconic department store Sears had expressed “substantial doubt” about the chain’s “ability to continue as a going concern,” presumably in light of competition from online shopping. As a steady stream of additional [...]

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Business Tips on the Best Ways to Manage Hourly Employees

By |May 22nd, 2017|

Every business’ owner faces a variety of challenges every day. One of those challenges is to select the right people for a given position. Maybe you have salaried employees as part of your staff. That is ok, but sometimes you need to perform a specific task, and it is not helpful to hire new personal. [...]

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Is Online Training the Solution to Restaurant Staff Turnover?

By |May 19th, 2017|

It seems superfluous to say that hospitality is a volatile industry. We all know this – after all, it’s one of the highest employers of teenagers, students and seasonal workers of any industry, and this contributes to its above average staff turnover rate (which hit an incredible 72.9% in 2016). But what causes this high [...]

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The 3 Reasons Why the Hospitality Sector Should Take Food Waste Very Seriously

By |May 17th, 2017|

For a long time, resource efficiency within the hotel industry was focused mostly on heating, cooling and electricity efficiency solutions. These projects have been widely adopted as attractive opportunities to cut operating expenses and improve the bottom line. In recent years, however, the industry is waking up for the opportunity lying in food waste reduction [...]