Your employees are as important as your business; in fact, they could be the lifeblood of your business. How motivated they get can positively or negatively impact on your business, and these tips will help you maintain a highly productive team.
Advertising and networking are often used to find new customers. However, traditional ways won't give much of an advantage over competitors who use similar methods. Ready for some new, innovative tips that could help you build your customer base?
The person who answers the telephone for a location is the front line of a company as the main point of contact. It is important that the individuals who fill these roles know the importance of phone etiquette. Read on to learn five phone call tips.
Employee scheduling or staff scheduling, at its most basic, can be described as the process of assigning tasks to employees for a specified period of time. Read on to learn about effective employee scheduling through this step-by-step guide.
As an entrepreneur, putting up money and taking out loans to start a business venture can seem daunting, and it is. However, to alleviate some stress, you can utilize a break-even analysis to find out when you'll get back to zero. Read on for more!
You should always keep up with your inventory turnover rate, but why, and, why does it matter? Let's find out why you should keep track of this important statistic when it comes to your business and learn how to calculate an inventory turnover rate.
Working in the foodservice industry has its pros and cons. While the hours can be somewhat demanding, much like customers can be, servers can walk away the same day with cash on hand due to tips. Read on for some tricks on how to increase your tips!
While small businesses can and often do face similar challenges to large companies, they typically have a limited budget. However, as technology advances and becomes more accessible, small businesses can also benefit from technology implementation.
If you have just been appointed as a restaurant manager, but are worried you don't have enough experience, don't worry, you aren't alone. Read on to learn industry tips on how you can get started as a restaurant manager and succeed in the position.
While federal minimum wage for all workers in the U.S. is $7.25 per hour, many states have laws or regulations mandating their minimum wage be higher. Florida is one of the states with minimum wage requirements that differ, read on to learn more.
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