Sun.Jun 28, 2020

Measuring Staff Costs – Go Deeper for More Control & Better Results

Ken Burgin

Wages costs and productivity are everyone’s big issue. To track performance, you need figures that are accurate, easy to find, and easy to explain to people they affect. Managers need them to benchmark rostering and hiring decisions.

5 4th of July Restaurant Promotion ideas for 2020

Web Diner

The 4th of July is known as one of the slowest holidays for restaurants. Patrons usually favor barbecue parties over in-dining. This year, with all the limitations still in place in most states, the trend is likely to continue.

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The Fraud Triangle: Could it Hit Your Cafe or Restaurant?

Ken Burgin

Ever had a trusted employee rip you off? When I spoke with a bar owner recently, she was still in shock after uncovering a six-figure fraud carried out by a ‘trusted’ manager over more than 4 years. I hope that doesn’t sound familiar.

This week in restaurant news: re-closures, bar risks, the return of QR codes

OpenTable

Every week we’re rounding up some of our favorite articles with trends and tidbits from the world of restaurants. Tell us: what made your reading list this week? 6 Things Chefs Are Doing to Take Care of Their Staffs as Restaurants Reopen – Food & Wine.

How To Become A Successful Travel Blogger

Lady Boss Blogger

Travel blogging has been all the rage, especially within the last 5-10 years. You’ve probably thought about becoming a successful travel blogger, but you may talk yourself out of it with questions such as: How can I afford it? Is it safe? What if it doesn’t make me happy?