In last week’s post, we covered Part 1 of conducting employee surveys. This week, we’ll cover Part 2, focusing on how to find business issues.
Most employers view employee surveys as a way to gauge attitude. That’s one great use, but employee surveys can also be used to make better hires.
When you’re looking to hire new employees, there are a number of ways you can advertise and list a job opening at your restaurant or hotel.
Finding the right employees can be tricky. Here are some tips to make sure your interview questions are leading you down the the right path.
When you want to let your employees know they’ve done something well, is a bonus really the best incentive you can offer?
Running a restaurant is no easy business: you have a million things to do and dealing with late employees is not something that should be taking a lot of time.
Remember your first job? It’s likely that back then, you weren’t in charge of the schedule like you are now.
When you run your own business, the hours are rarely written in stone. And there’s nowhere this is more true than in the restaurant business.
Managers are leaders. And to be the most effective leader at your restaurant, you need to be constantly looking for ways to improve your skills.
Your employees work hard for you, day in and day out. Thinking about how to host regular parties to reward your employees should be a priority.
For restaurant owners, the holiday season is one of the most exciting times of the year. However, creating the schedule is always a challenge.
Sometimes all your employees need is a little extra fun and time to relax and bond. Here are some ideas for fun employee activities.
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