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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 >>

WEBCAST: Social Media Basics
WEBCAST: Social Media BasicsYou know your restaurant should have more of a presence on social media but you've been too busy running your restaurant and now you don't know where to start or you've started but know you could be doing it better. If so, then this webcast is for you! . . . more >>

ONLINE SEMINAR: Serving & Settlement Controls
ONLINE SEMINAR: Serving & Settlement ControlsDon't let poor cash and internal controls make it easy for people to steal the most desirable commodity you've got, CASH. This program examines the most common ways servers, cashiers, bartenders and bookkeepers steal and what controls you should have in place to protect your business. . . . more >>

DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Newsletter Templates
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Newsletter TemplatesGet a jump on the creation of your personalized customer newsletter by downloading these ready-to-use templates. They're available in four different styles to fit your unique restaurant's image . . . more >>

AUDIO: Why YOU Need a Customer Newsletter & How To Make It Your #1 Marketing Tool
AUDIO: Why YOU Need a Customer Newsletter & How To Make It Your #1 Marketing ToolIndependent operators Gina Schubert & Jennie Cook would NEVER stop publishing their monthly customer newsletters. Find out what makes their newsletters so effective at creating loyal, repeat customers and everything you need to know to start doing it in your restaurant. . . . more >>

Four Things Every Independent Operator Should Know About Restaurant Numbers
by Jim Laube
Four Things Every Independent Operator Should Know About Restaurant NumbersIn this article we review some important financial concepts that are particularly relevant in the current economic environment. If you keep these four items in mind as you manage your restaurant's finances, you'll be in much better control of your business. . . . more >>

DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Labor Schedule Template
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Labor Schedule TemplateThe Restaurant Schedule Template is a Microsoft Excel® workbook consisting of a simple to use set of spreadsheets designed to reduce the time it takes to prepare staffing schedules. User defined descriptions, designed to eliminate typing of repetitive data, can be entered as needed for up to 20 different departments, 50 shifts, and 100 employees. . . . more >>

Ten Ways to Increase Your Menu Profitability
by Joe Abuso
Ten Ways to Increase Your Menu ProfitabilityFocus on 10 things you can do to increase profitability without lowering the quality of your customers' experience, and in one way or another, actually enhance it. This article scrutinizes 10 aspects of your operation that typically have room for improvement by increasing efficiency and guest satisfaction. . . . more >>

DOWNLOAD: Restaurant P&L Trend Analysis
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant P&L Trend AnalysisA Profit & Loss Statement Statement is one of the most important financial tools that a restaurant owner has but is of limited value when only a single month is viewed. Using the P&L Trend Analysis Worksheet will greatly enhance your understanding of what's actually going on in your restaurant by comparing current percentages and per guest ratios to prior periods and the same month or period last year. . . . more >>

Measurable Improvement: A Three-Phase Approach to Increasing Profits With Food Cost Control Systems
by Joe Erickson
Measurable Improvement: A Three-Phase Approach to Increasing Profits With Food Cost Control SystemsYou absolutely must have systems in place for every phase of your operation. In this article we'll discuss the systems and controls necessary for controlling food and beverage cost, many of which are used by the big chain operators. Used regularly, these systems will help you recognize and reduce your overall food and beverage cost. . . . more >>

Five Restaurant Repair and Maintenance Best Practices
by Joe Erickson
Five Restaurant Repair and Maintenance Best PracticesGood restaurant managers don't wait for something to break. Here is a review of daily, weekly and monthly repair and maintenance tasks that you can perform to ensure consistency and profits. . . . more >>

DOWNLOAD: Bartender Training Manual
DOWNLOAD: Bartender Training ManualThorough, complete and easy-to-understand employee training manuals are a must for any restaurant wanting to create superior dining experiences for every guest. Download our complete Bartender Training Manual to get ideas for creating your own training manuals. . . . more >>

Why Prime Cost Is the Most Important Number (That Should Be) on Your P&L
by Jim Laube
Why Prime Cost Is the Most Important Number (That Should Be) on Your P&LPrime cost (food, beverage & labor) consumes in excess of 60% of sales in most restaurants. They are your largest and most volatile costs. Without good Prime Cost controls even high volume restaurants can have profitability problems. Learn what your Prime Cost should run and how to keep excess Prime Cost from choking your profit. . . . more >>

Word-of-Mouth Marketing: How to Get More Guests to Spread the Word About Your Restaurant
Word-of-Mouth Marketing: How to Get More Guests to Spread the Word About Your RestaurantGive your guests something to talk about! Don't ignore or leave this critical aspect of restaurant marketing to chance. This article discusses ways independent operators can encourage your guests to spread the word about your restaurant in ways that generate sincere and enthusiastic testimonials and more customers. . . . more >>

DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Marketing Planning Calendar
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Marketing Planning CalendarToday, sales growth doesn't just happen, it requires proper planning and execution! Take control of your marketing plan with this great tool to organize your promotions for the entire year onto a single spreadsheet that shows the dates of each promotion and the tasks required to make them happen . . . more >>

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