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DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Schedule Template - Simple
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Schedule Template - SimpleThis version of our Restaurant Schedule Template has a simple design and is ideally suited for use as a labor budgeting tool. It can be used to create schedules and labor budgets for virtually any type of food and beverage establishment, including full service, counter service, fine dining and bars . . . more >>


Effective Ways to Develop Better Leadership In Your Restaurant
by Joe Erickson
Effective Ways to Develop Better Leadership In Your RestaurantIn the restaurant workplace, the designation "leader" goes to the owners and managers by default. Yet it almost a cliché that just being a good boss doesn't mean you're an effective leader. In this article we explore what it means to be a leader in this business, and describe how one emerging chain earned a prestigious quality award through systematic leadership practices. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Employee Handbook Template
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Employee Handbook TemplateA comprehensive Employee Handbook is crucial to the success of your business and the retention of your people. Use this template to develop one of the most important documents in any restaurant. Put your own unique set of employee policies, procedures and practices in writing so that everyone on your staff knows the rules and your expectations. . . . more >>


Why Culture Is a Major Driver of Business Success and How To Improve It In Your Restaurant
by Jim Laube
Why Culture Is a Major Driver of Business Success and How To Improve It In Your RestaurantYou can spend time and money on hiring quality people but if the culture in your restaurant doesn't nurture and support their success it will only be a matter of time until you end up with a group of dispirited, mediocre employees at best. Here's how to change your culture and change your restaurant - for the better! . . . more >>


Success Focus Video: Don't Get Burned By a Bad Bookkeeper
Success Focus Video: Don't Get Burned By a Bad BookkeeperOver the years we've seen more than just a few independent restaurant owners get stung, sometimes very badly by shoddy bookkeeping practices. Find out how to get a quick read on what kind of bookkeeper you have. . . . more >>


How to Conduct an Effective Weekly Operations Meeting
by Matthew Mabel
How to Conduct an Effective Weekly Operations MeetingThe weekly operations meeting should be the most valuable time for your restaurant in the whole week, and it can be, with a little organization and planning. Follow these steps to conduct productive, motivational and inspirational meetings that will boost morale and in turn, improve service and your bottom line. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Master Staffing Worksheet
DOWNLOAD: Master Staffing WorksheetThe Master Staffing Worksheet can be used effectively to establish scheduling guidelines based on the forecasted guest count for upcoming weeks. . . . more >>


How to Hire Better Employees: 10 Interview Questions Restaurant Operators Should Ask Before Hiring Anyone
How to Hire Better Employees: 10 Interview Questions Restaurant Operators Should Ask Before Hiring AnyoneDeciding on whether to hire (or pass) on a job candidate is one of the most important decisions you make. Here are 10 interview questions for probing prospective restaurant employees. A description of both positive and negative responses to each questions makes it easy to spot a potential eagle or turkey BEFORE they are on your payroll. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Tip Pooling Worksheet
Use this form for calculating tip pooling distributions. This flexible, multi-plan tip sharing worksheet simplifies the process of calculating and distributing tips based on jobs and hours worked. . . . more >>


Don't Flirt with a Lawsuit: How to Prevent Sexual Harassment in Your Startup
by Alisa Pittman, Esq.
Don't Flirt with a Lawsuit: 
How to Prevent Sexual Harassment in Your StartupAlthough no industry is immune from workplace sexual harassment claims, restaurants particularly are vulnerable. Find out why you should consider adding a sexual harassment policy for your restaurant . . . more >>


How to Help Your Staff Divide and Conquer Side Work
By John Richardson
How to Help Your Staff Divide and Conquer Side WorkGetting your staff to do sidework can sometimes be maddening. Here are a few tips for getting your servers to do the things that they don't get tipped for . . . more >>


Bridging Cultures
by Diane Lambdin Meyer
Bridging CulturesHispanics are now the largest minority in the United States with almost 39 million already in the labor force. Here are some training tips and resources to set up Hispanic employees for success in your startup restaurant . . . more >>


Proper Footwear for the Back of the House
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Proper Footwear for the Back of the HouseHaving proper footwear is a must for anyone working in a restaurant kitchen. Find out which types of shoes are appropriate for the kitchen and how some operators are putting their best foot forward in helping their kitchen staff maintain safety and comfort . . . more >>


How to Build Your Kitchen Team
by Chef Michael Tsonton
How to Build Your Kitchen TeamTurnover is one of the chef's worst enemies. The cost of training and mistakes made before the cook is up to speed can affect the bottom line. Such costs can best be avoided when dollars allocated to training are spent on the right candidate . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Organization Chart by Key Areas
DOWNLOAD: Organization Chart by Key AreasIn order to successfully work ON your business as opposed to IN your restaurant you must be willing to delegate accountability to others. Use this chart to list by name - even if it is presently you - the people responsible for planning, supervising and implementing the 4 key areas for your restaurant. . . . more >>


The Key to Controlling Labor Cost: A Shift-by-Shift Strategy to Create a Winning Labor Budget
by Joe Erickson
The Key to Controlling Labor Cost: A Shift-by-Shift Strategy to Create a Winning Labor BudgetWhile the war on labor cost may never be totally won, the day-to-day battles can. The key to winning is to view each and every shift as an individual battle. You must have a battle plan if you expect to win more than you lose. Likewise, you must consistently execute the plan to accomplish your objectives. . . . more >>


WEBCAST: Essential Leadership Skills for Restaurant Operators: How to Have a Better Business & Life By Becoming a Better Leader
WEBCAST: Essential Leadership Skills for Restaurant Operators: How to Have a Better Business & Life By Becoming a Better LeaderYour restaurant staff can be your greatest asset or your biggest nightmare. The difference depends on one thing... your leadership skills. If you would like to learn how to get your employees to do what you want them to do, be sure to join us for this very special webcast with RestaurantOwner.com leadership coach Howard Partridge . . . more >>


Delegate to Succeed
by Chef Michael Tsonton
Delegate to SucceedThe owner, chef or kitchen manager who micromanages or tries to handle every last detail is cheating himself and everyone else in the operation. Learn how proper delegation can get you off the path of doing all the work and on the road to managing more of your business. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Employee Orientation Checklist
DOWNLOAD: Employee Orientation ChecklistDownload this checklist to ensure your new staff members feel welcome, comfortable and they are an important part of your team. The Employee Orientation Checklist includes information to help familiarize the new employee with the restaurant's customs, traditions and organizational structure. . . . more >>


Teach Your Staff to Ask for Help & Never to Hide Mistakes
by John Richardson
Teach Your Staff to Ask for Help & Never to Hide MistakesWhen a staff member needs help and he or she doesn't let anyone know, or worse, when someone makes a mistake and conceals it, service suffers. And that means your business suffers. . . . more >>


Online Training & Education Options for Your Restaurant
by Allison Wollam
Online Training & Education Options for Your RestaurantThe right employees love using online training systems because they get the information they need to be successful. Online training can have great benefits when it comes to cost, accessibility, flexibility and effectiveness. Managers prefer it and it empowers motivated employees at all levels who are interested in taking on more responsibility. . . . more >>


How to Fire Bad Employees & Avoid Potential Legal Problems
by Barry Shuster
How to Fire Bad Employees & Avoid Potential Legal ProblemsWhen you know it's time to "free up an employee's future" make sure you do it the right way. Learn what legal snares you can step into when firing an employee and how to properly terminate problem employees to reduce your chances of getting into potential legal troubles. . . . more >>


What to Seek In Your First or Next Chef Hire
by Joe Abuso
What to Seek In Your First or Next Chef HireThe importance of the actual culinary duties required of a chef cannot be overestimated. But don't underestimate the huge differences between the skill sets -- including kitchen management -- required by the myriad types of foodservice establishments out there. . . . more >>


How to Have More Productive Preshift Meetings
by Diana Lambdin Meyer
How to Have More Productive Preshift MeetingsAccording to unofficial estimates by industry experts, fewer than 50 percent of independent restaurants have preshift meetings. But the really successful ones usually do. Those who conduct preshifts well all do them a little different, but can agree on two important points for good meetings, keep it short and let others do the talking. . . . more >>


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