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4 Ways to Make Restaurant Management’s Job Easier

By |August 14th, 2017|

When you run a restaurant, every day is an adventure. Your business depends on your creativity and innovation, enticing your guests with the best version of each new dish you serve. However, that creativity can only flourish when you back it up with a strong business plan and a dependable revenue stream. It’s a constant [...]

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How to Create a Powerful Startup Team: 5 Essential Tips

By |November 21st, 2016|

They say you need three people to launch a startup. The Hustler aka the CEO/Founder, the product visionary slash marketing and sales wiz. The Hacker aka the CTO, who’s going to code that product idea to life. The Hipster aka the designer who’s going to make that code look attractive for the end-users. And that’s [...]

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Increasing Communication Between Restaurant Managers and Employees

By |June 20th, 2016|

Increasing Communication Between Restaurant Managers and Employees Communication is key to success within a restaurant. Creating good, open communication between managers and employees will help to create a more focused and positive workplace. Here are some tips on increasing communication between managers and employees. Utilize an open door policy An open door policy means [...]

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Five Styles of Management: Which is Best for Your Business?

By |June 17th, 2016|

Five Styles of Management: Which is Best for Your Business? The restaurant and retail industries have seen amazing levels of growth in the past few years thanks to the recovering economy. Because of the resurgence of business opportunities, restaurant and retail employers are experiencing an increased demand for skilled workers to keep up with [...]

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5 Reasons Employees Quit (Managers, Take Note)

By |May 16th, 2016|

5 Reasons Employees Quit (Managers, Take Note) Job hopping is a term coined against millennial workers and their desire to work for a number of companies during their career. Job and career hopping may run more rampant today, but don't be fooled -- employees are just as happy with their careers as before (if not happier! Employees [...]

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How to Deal with Absenteeism: The Four Factors

By |February 23rd, 2016|

How to Deal with Absenteeism: The Four Factors Absenteeism has been a chronic problem in the retail and service industry sectors since it’s inception. In fact, companies lose roughly $3,600 per year for each hourly worker and $2,650 each year for salary workers. According to this statistic, a small restaurant with 3 salaried managers and [...]

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Understaffed and Overworked

By |February 22nd, 2016|

If you are an owner or operator of a retail or restaurant business

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Restaurant HR Best Practices: How to Deal with Harassment Claims

By |December 1st, 2015|

Restaurant HR Best Practices: How to Deal with Harassment Claims Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual advances both verbal and physical. Harassment can come from customers, co-workers, supervisors, and managers. Sexual harassment is a major problem in the restaurant industry as it accounts for more than a third of all sexual harassment claims to [...]

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