Marketing Techniques in Restaurants Owning or managing a restaurant involves many responsibilities that can have an impact on whether customers become regular visitors. Managing employees, ensuring the food is up to standard, handling supplies and looking after the administration of the business should not impact a customer’s experience. There are simple marketing techniques to save… Read more »
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Attracting High Caliber Restaurant Candidates Methods of recruiting are changing. Many employers now use more modern ways of drawing the very best talent to fill positions. Wading through piles of resumes is swapped for more interaction with candidates on a personal or digital basis. Recruiters are adopting new approaches when it comes to the selection… Read more »
Managing the New Overtime Regulations The salary threshold to qualify for overtime will grow from $23,600 to $47,476 a year. This is more than twice the previous figure. The restaurant industry will face considerable labor costs. As expected, the National Restaurant Association is against the new rules and will be challenging the situation. The NRA… Read more »
What Makes a Restaurant Manager Successful? In order to balance the books or even show a profit, all managers need to possess a specific set of skills and various traits to drive their success. Managing Stress and Multi-tasking. Running a restaurant requires a manager to be adept at executing several restaurant-related chores which can lead… Read more »
Gecko Hospitality Ronald McDonald House Challenge 2016 This summer, nationwide hospitality recruiting company Gecko Hospitality® will hold its second annual kitchen challenge to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®). Cooking For a Cause Rounding up franchisees, clients, and corporate partners, Gecko Hospitality is putting together volunteer teams. They will be preparing and cooking meals… Read more »
The aim or hope of many who work in the restaurant industry is to either own their own restaurant business one day or be in the role of a restaurant manager.
Restaurants that rely on staff working specific shifts or set hours need to have a fair and balanced scheduling system in place.
Job interviews can be a nerve-racking experience but it is important to try and retain your composure by being fully prepared in order to prove that you are the right person for the Restaurant Management position.