It’s a reality of the restaurant business: you train stellar employees with great potential, and they decide to pursue other job opportunities.
You’ve worked hard to build your business. And while your employees are highly valued members of your team, it’s not always easy to offer them extra money.
These days, your website is the front door of your company. That makes it one of the most important places to let the world know that you’re looking to hire.
To recruit the best talent, you have to know what you need in your restaurant. Only you know the kind of person that will thrive in your environment.
For a business owner, having a new employee start with your restaurant is exciting, but it can also be stressful and full of issues.
Today’s restaurant owners have access to awesome technology: from ordering to managing, here are some great tools to run your business.
There are a lot of challenges when running a business, but there’s probably nothing as challenging or disappointing as having to handle employee theft.
Even when your restaurant is running smoothly, part of being a great manager is recognizing that there are threats are lurking just under the surface.
If you’re concerned that some employees lack motivation, consider these tips to motivate employees and keep them focused on the task at hand.
Unfortunately, conducting an employee survey isn’t as simple as writing a few questions and emailing them to your staff.
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.
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