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Workforce Engagement

We hear it all the time – your team is like family.  Whether you’re trying to recruit the best team, manage and retain who you have on board, and/or reward your employees, we know you want to do right by them.  We can help you navigate the complexities of effectively managing your workforce.

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How to resolve employee conflict

Conflict is common among all people. It can become particularly problematic in the workplace if not managed correctly.


Training staff on kitchen equipment

It is important to train staff on kitchen equipment for both economic and safety reasons. Whether you are in the beginning phase or you’ve been in the business for years, it is never too late to improve your training program.


5 workforce trends to watch for in the restaurant industry

Restaurant owners and managers know workforce trends can have a huge impact on an establishment’s success. Consider these five patterns and suggestions on how leaders might prepare.


Education's role in the restaurant industry

More than half of restaurant operators plan to devote more resources to employee training this year, according to the National Restaurant Association’s 2014 Restaurant Industry Forecast. Why the increased emphasis?

 

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Summer hiring: how to recruit and motivate teens

The Santa Cruz, Calif., boardwalk resembles a ghost town each winter. Whiting’s Foods, which operates most of the boardwalk’s foodservice operations, employs a mere 40 team members to keep operations going on weekends. Come summer’s peak, the boardwalk bustles, and the number of employees catapults to 400.

How to find the right host for your restaurant?

The host is the first person customers meet and the last person they’ll cross paths with before heading off. Hosts play a major role in establishing a friendly atmosphere at your restaurant --  one that will entice the customer to return repeatedly.

Help employees find career paths

Mentoring employees with long-term goals in the restaurant industry is incredibly important. Learn how and why to motivate others to step up their performance.

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