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Restaurant credit card processing: Understanding interchange

Whether you process hundreds or thousands of dollars in transactions every month, understanding your statement and the fees you’re charged can be confusing. Consider choosing a payment partner that offers transparent pricing and an easy-to-read statement.

Protect your restaurant by assessing risks

If you actively assess and formulate plans to address risks your restaurant may face, you can get ahead of a potential crisis that could negatively impact brand value. At the 2016 Human Resources & Risk and Safety Executive Study Group, McDonald’s director of global risk intelligence, Ryan Long, discussed how to implement a risk intelligence program.

7 tips for working with health inspectors

Restaurant operators and health inspectors aren’t adversaries. Think of a health inspector as a partner in the prevention of foodborne illness. Here are seven tips for productively working together.

11 questions about music licensing

Music is one of the most important elements to establishing the mood in your restaurant., but you must acquire necessary licensing to comply with copyright statutes. Performing rights organizations, such as BMI and ASCAP, act as intermediaries between restaurants and performing arts to protect intellectual property. Restaurants pay a fee to the performing rights organizations, which return most of the fee to songwriters, publishers and composers.

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