You want to keep the customers happy, and clearly you are there to provide them with what they ask for. However, when a drunk customer starts to become a problem you should never hesitate to cut them off, and here is why.
Appreciating your employees builds a positive company culture that translates to longevity and profits. Here are five ways you can make sure your restaurant employees feel appreciated.
With a growing number of job opportunities, working in the hospitality industry can easily become a fruitful career. So, if you’re asking yourself if you should work full-time or part-time, the answer is pretty obvious and here’s why.
The restaurant business is tough. So much so that 80 percent don’t make it to the 5-year mark. Make sure your restaurant stands the test of time with this tips.
There is a trend in hospitality that employers know all too well: only about half of new hires stay more than one year. Here’s why.