Restaurant Staff

restaurant jobs hiring

Restaurant hiring is in an interesting state in 2021 as small restaurants and even large chains struggle to lure employees back into their establishments. Some restaurants are raising wages while other chains are looking to hire 20,000 employees at a time when hiring one or two seems impossible for some restaurants.

Read moreHow Restaurants are Using Technology to Solve the Hiring Crisis

restaurant sanitation

As a restaurant owner or manager, it is your responsibility to outline and enforce handwashing procedures to ensure that your restaurant’s cleanliness meets the appropriate standards. If staff fail to follow handwashing procedures, the risk of foodborne illness significantly increases.

Read more6 Hand Sanitation Tips to Protect Guests and Staff

restaurant employee dress code

If you walk into many chain restaurants, you’ll see waiters and waitresses wearing uniforms. Restaurant employee rules are in place in many establishments that dictate the attire and appearance standards of workers.

Read moreRestaurant Employee Appearance Standards

restaurant owner

The owner is an integral element of a restaurant’s success. If an owner’s leadership skills are lacking, it will trickle down to other key employees, such as small managers.

Read more4 Essential Leadership Skills for a Successful Restaurant Owner

restaurant manager duties

A restaurant manager works behind the scenes to ensure patrons are happy and everything is running smoothly. They may not be directly involved in the restaurant’s cooking, serving or bartending, but they do work with all of these parties to keep the establishment running like a well-oiled machine.

Read moreAn Insight to Responsibilities of a Restaurant Manager

A restaurant has a lot of elements that lead to success: location, management, concept – and that’s just the start. Restaurants, especially smaller locations, need to look at what franchises have to offer.

But how do you stand out as a smaller restaurant that isn’t backed by a major corporation? Service. Your food. Your staff. You have the advantage of being able to provide a level of service that keeps customers coming back.

Read moreRestaurant Server Training Basics

Restaurants have a lot of overhead, and one of the areas where costs are often overlooked is labor. You have to pay your staff, and if your scheduling is off, you may have staff sitting around being paid while not working much.

When you learn how to manage a restaurant, you should be taught how to reduce labor costs.

Read more6 Restaurant Labor Scheduling Tactics to Optimize Costs and Improve Service

It takes a village to run a restaurant. From cooks to servers, bussers and managers, there are many different roles that need to be filled when running a restaurant. When hiring restaurant staff, it’s important to ask the right questions during the interview. The responses will help ensure that you hire friendly, helpful employees who genuinely want to please your customers.

What should you be asking? Here are 10 restaurant interview tips and questions to ask.

Read moreHiring The Best Restaurant Staff: 10 Interview Questions Operators Should Ask

how to train staff

An efficient restaurant staff is one that knows how to increase productivity at peak hours, can meet the demands of a robust kitchen and do it all without impacting quality. Restaurant employee training is key when maximizing labor productivity.

Read moreHow to Improve Work Efficiency of a Restaurant Staff

What To Look For When Hiring A Chef

Restaurant owners spend a lot of time writing their business plans, designing their restaurants and getting financing. But one of the biggest challenges that still lingers is having to find a chef. A good chef will help a restaurant thrive, but a bad chef will cost your restaurant business.

Read moreWhat to Look for When Hiring a Chef

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