Why Good Employees Leave

Why Good Employees Leave

When Karen arrives late (again) and Steven is out back on his cell phone (again) and customers wait and other team members cover and fume (again), it’s easy to blame Karen and Steven for the low morale and poor service. But the truth is, it’s not their fault....
How to Survive the U.S. Labor Shortfall

How to Survive the U.S. Labor Shortfall

As an employer in the U.S., you’re facing the most substantial labor shortfall in about 50 years. Almost all industries are feeling the pinch, and for restaurant managers, it’s making an already tough employment market even more challenging. This labor crisis is real,...
Train to Retain

Train to Retain

Restaurant training is multi-faceted. It’s not a single event, it’s ongoing process. It’s not one thing you do on one day, it’s many things you do every day. It solves immediate needs, such as teaching servers product knowledge on the day’s specials, and it also...