Category: Restaurant Management

6 Ways You Can Foster Team Work With Your Restuarant Staff

Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash In the restaurant business one of the most important things is having a great staff. Its important to have a staff that shows up, works hard and has good morale. It is also very important; your staff be able to work together. Having a staff that works together effectively will boost morale, efficiency

Why A Good Staff Meal Could Keep Employees Longer

One of the best things about working at a restaurant, is a good Staff meal or “Family Dinner”. There is always something special about sitting down with your friends and coworkers, but in the restaurant environment it can be an extra special event. There are many benefits of a good staff meal, including helping to

7 Things You Can Do To Maximize Staff Attendance

Photo by Crew on Unsplash Staff attendance is important for every business, but for the restaurant industry, it is critical. When staff misses time, it puts pressure on the rest of the team. It compromises quality and customer service and puts pressure on the rest of the staff to make up the difference. Still you must be reasonable.

How To Out Do The Restaurant Next Door

Many restaurants have that one competing restaurant next door, across the street or around the corner, which always seems busy and drives you nuts. Why do people flock there? Is it their food? no, you’ve tried it and its ok, so what is it? Competition is a part of business and it can be the

How To Benefit From Using A Restaurant Recruitment Agency

We truly live in a glorious time. Technology and social marvels make this an amazing time to live, but what makes this the greatest time to live in the history of life on Earth? The food. Never has there been so many truly great places to eat. At all levels of Restaurants, the food is

What You Don’t Say When Interviewing For Your Restaurant

Not many Restaurant Owners or Managers enjoy interviewing people to fill positions in their Restaurants. It is a time consuming process which can be both tedious and frustrating. However, in a service industry, where quality personal are getting harder and harder to find, it is vital. The interview is not just for finding out if

7 Tips for Hiring an Effective Restaurant Manager

You’re ready to hire a restaurant manager. You want someone who’s effective, a good leader, and a team player. It’s clear that there are plenty of job boards available to aid in your recruiting efforts. Finding the right candidate, however, goes beyond bringing them in for an interview. Before you begin the search for an

How to Improve Restaurant Management Communication

How to Improve Restaurant Management Communication   Communication is an issue in any workplace. In fact, studies show that 73% of companies have not figured out how to effectively measure employee communications. Your management staff should feel confident that they’re up to date when they’re working hard to run your restaurant. When your managers know