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Recruit Great Staff With Greater Job Postings
There's no shortage of restaurants wanting to recruit top-notch employees. From waitstaff to those in the back of the house, you're up against so much competition that you really need to stand out in order...read more »
What Makes a Great Restaurant Server?
Your servers have some of the most important responsibilities in your operation. They're the face of your company, the ones who actually interact with customers; they're the go-between for the restaurant and its profits. For...read more »
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Should Your Restaurant Pool Tips?
When it comes to tips, servers rely heavily on what little extra money customers give them to scrape by. Most restaurants rely on either tipping out or pooling tips to manage everything that waitstaff gets in a night, and the method they choose determines whether servers keep what they make or combine all of it for even distribution amongst staff....read more »
Make the Most of Workforce Management Tools
In the restaurant industry, there’s nothing as difficult to predict and manage, nor as necessary, like your employees. Foodservice is plagued with thin profit margins…read more »
How to Reduce Labor Costs in Your Restaurant
Every restaurant has them, they’re some of your most significant expenses, but they’re also one of the best predictors of success. No, it’s not a…read more »
Invest in Developing Your Staff
Your staff is the most integral part of your business: They're the face, hands and lifeblood of the company. This is true of any small business, but low-level employees are especially crucial to the food service industry which relies on customer service and quality attitudes to really make a customers experience greatthough of course, you need good food, too. (more…)