The fridge in your restaurant kitchen is your biggest line of defense against unsafe food conditions. Everyone knows how difficult it is to keep your home fridge clean and that's only used by your family! Your whole kitchen staff uses your restaurant fridge - it's bound to get disorganized. We made a simple guide to keeping your restaurant fridge clean.View Post
The restaurant business is known for employees coming and going in a snap. This means you'll spend more time training and hiring. Here's a simple guide to reducing employee turnover in your restaurant.
Restaurants are an ever-growing industry. Because food-service is a consumer-based industry, feedback is one of your most important tools for improvement. When starting your restaurant, you can hold a soft opening to generate feedback and prepare for your grand opening.
It's customary for restaurants and other businesses to give something special to their employees at the end of the year. Usually, that's a cash bonus, but sometimes it's a gift or token of your appreciation. Here are a few different kinds of bonuses. Keep reading to figure out what's best for your budget.
Opening a restaurant can be incredibly stressful and incredibly fulfilling. There are a lot of moving parts in this process. It's easy to forget the little things, so we compiled a list for you! Here are the top ten things you need in your restaurant.View Post
Hourly jobs, especially in the restaurant industry frequently cause burn-out. The high-stress environment coupled with the lower pay can be grueling. You can change that! By actively avoiding turnover through treating your employees well, you'll take that extra layer of stress from their shoulders and foster a friendly work-environment.View Post