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DOWNLOAD: Key Item Running Inventory Worksheet
DOWNLOAD: Key Item Running Inventory WorksheetIs someone stealing your food? How would you know? Tracking the use of your top 10-12 products is a powerful theft deterrent. Employees notice when you count things and it affects what they think they can get away with. Download this worksheet to help you get started immediately. . . . 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: Restaurant Marketing Promotion Tracking Template
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Marketing Promotion Tracking TemplateMany restaurants spend from 2-4% of revenue on marketing. The most successful ones track their promotions so they "know" which ones work & which don't. Use this template so you can concentrate your efforts & dollars on your most productive marketing activities. . . . more >>


WEBCAST: Marketing Best Practice - No Peeking / Scratch Ticket Promotion
WEBCAST: Marketing Best Practice - No Peeking / Scratch Ticket PromotionWatch as veteran operator Peter Troutman shows you his variation of the 'secret envelope' promotion that's resulted in a 30%+ year to year sales increase in one of his slowest months. Learn in detail what he does, his results, costs, prizes, changes he's made over the years, and more. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Checklists
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant ChecklistsSuccessful restaurants use checklists to ensure consistent execution throughout their operation. Includes opening, closing, shift change, purchasing, receiving, storage, preparation, cleaning checklists and our most popular download, the Customer Service Checklist. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Tip Pooling Worksheet
DOWNLOAD: Tip Pooling WorksheetUse 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 >>


Inventory Control Basics: A Systematic Guide for Controlling Inventory in Your Restaurant
by Joe Erickson
Inventory Control Basics: A Systematic Guide for Controlling Inventory in Your RestaurantOne of the reasons the restaurant business is difficult is due to its approach to inventory control. Restaurants are both retailers and manufacturers, yet many of the principles for controlling inventory in retailing and manufacturing simply don't apply to restaurants. . . . more >>


How to Open a Restaurant Resource Guide
How to Open a Restaurant Resource GuideOne of the most often asked questions we get is on how to open a restaurant. Whether you are a newbie to the industry or a seasoned veteran, the requirements for running a restaurant differ from those needed to open a restaurant. The How to Open a Restaurant Resource Guide is a listing of resources and tools we offer to help wouldbe restaurateurs systematically prepare and execute a successful restaurant development plan and opening . . . more >>


WEBCAST: Why Birthday Marketing Works & How to Create Your Own Birthday Marketing Program
WEBCAST: Why Birthday Marketing Works & How to Create Your Own Birthday Marketing ProgramMany RO.com members report big success with a birthday club. Yet, most independents miss out by not doing any type of birthday marketing. Find out how a simple yet effective birthday program can mean more new guests and repeat business throughout the year. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Annual Restaurant Budget Worksheets
DOWNLOAD: Annual Restaurant Budget WorksheetsHow will your restaurant perform in 2014? Studies show that companies who prepare annual operating budgets are more successful than those who don't. Use this budget worksheet to quickly prepare your annual financial plan to give you and your staff specific, measurable goals throughout the coming year. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Mission Statement Worksheet
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Mission Statement WorksheetThe right mission statement, properly used, can be one of the most powerful ingredients in creating and sustaining success. For many companies it's an invaluable tool in providing direction, focus and consistency throughout their organization. Use this worksheet for crafting or improving your mission. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Benefit Night Startup Checklist
DOWNLOAD: Benefit Night Startup ChecklistA Benefit Night at your restaurant is a great way of saying "Thanks" to the people in your community that have helped make your business a success while raising funds for a local nonprofit organization. It will also increase your visibility, develop new, repeat patrons, and generate a positive perception that your restaurant cares about the community in which you do business. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Organization Chart by Position
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Organization Chart by PositionAn organization chart is an effective way to show who is responsible for what functions and areas in a business enterprise. This template includes 8 different samples for both full-service and limited-service restaurants and can be used to quickly create a useful organization chart 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 >>


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