Zip Clock, from Hubworks, is being honored as this year’s Editor’s Choice Award for it’s affordability and advanced functionality.. Zip Clock is a time tracking software superbly outfitted for restaurant and retail industries. After close review of other time tracking competitors like WhenIWork and TimeForge, Zip Clock has proved it has a large return on investment.
Scheduling solutions are garnering a lot of interest lately from operators. Due to a perfect storm of rising wages, health care costs, and employer liability filing this critical need has become more important than ever. For our 2018 Editor’s Choice Award, we examined numerous contenders, ultimately narrowing the field to three leaders: HotSchedules, eRestaurant, and Zip Schedules.
When subzero temperatures start creeping in, ice cream shops tend to see less and less customers walking through the door. So, here’s the big question many ice cream businesses are asking: Should I stay open this winter? When it comes down to it, we can’t tell you whether to stay open or not. It all depends on your customer demand, clientele, finances, and climate. Instead, we’ll go over the benefits of each option, so you can decide which is best for you.
Having the knowledge of how much your food costs you to sell is critical to running a successful operation. Your food cost percentage should be utilized as a preemptive tool to warn you of potential theft, waste, and inefficiencies.
Millennials are claiming their stake as the most engaged group of diners yet. They go out to dinner more often than their predecessors ever did, and subsequently, have rapidly emerged as a major buying power at restaurants. It’s an interesting (but occasionally difficult to navigate) territory that has rightfully garnered the attention of not only restaurants, but also consumer and hospitality technology companies alike.
A lot has been written about how to manage Millennials versus Baby Boomers. And that’s valuable information – for many employers, the differences between young employees and those who have been in the workforce since the 1970s are stark.