In the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas, it’s important to refresh yourself and your staff on the best practices that have been in place for many years.
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.