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.
Picture this: It’s a weeknight, and your restaurant is jam-packed with hungry patrons. They’re chatting, passing plates around, and ordering lots of food. To top it off, your reservation list is booked solid for a month. The scenario above is a restaurant owner’s dream – one that many don’t get to realize. However, don’t believe […]
At a glance, employee time tracking is a straightforward concept. Employees either clock-in and clock-out, or they track their hours on a timesheet. Each week or every other week, they hand in said timesheet and management cuts a check for their hours. What could possibly go wrong? For starters, we’re all human. Human mistakes range […]
In the face of rising costs or shrinking revenue, it’s natural that a business would look to reduce payroll costs and make do with a smaller budget, fewer resources, or fewer people. Or maybe you’ve reached a turning point in your business, and it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor by taking a […]
Improving team accountability in 2020 begins and ends with leadership. Retired Navy Seal commander and best-selling author, Jocko Willink, believes that “there are no bad teams, only bad leaders.” His co-author, Leif Babin, emphasizes that good leaders make good teams, and that’s what leaders have to embrace and make happen. Great leaders improve accountability by […]
Starting and developing a business requires a high level of risk, expertise and dedication. To bolster an entrepreneurs chance of succeeding, we have scoured the web for small business blogs in order to help find them the information they’re looking for. Here are fifteen of the best blogs at present for small business owners—providing information, […]
Learning the following 15 retention strategies will help you reduce employee turnover, and retain the talent you need to run your company.
There’s no two ways about it: traditional shift scheduling methods, like physical calendars, charts, and even spreadsheets, are simply outdated. Not only is manual scheduling inefficient and error-prone, but the issues that come with it can harm the employee experience, increasing employee turnover rates and wasting managerial resources on recurrent training. Employees in 2020 expect […]
If you’re a manager, then you probably know firsthand how frustrating and time consuming filling a shift can be. When an employee isn’t able to make one of their shifts, it inevitably means calling an entire list of other employees to see if one of them can cover. And when someone does finally agree to […]
These days, you’d be hard-pressed to find a startup, small business, or Fortune 500 company that’s not concerned with reducing labor costs. There are dozens of ways to reduce costs, from reviewing compensation packages to reducing employee turnover and even cross-training employees, so you aren’t so dependent on one employee’s skills. While those things can […]