Category Archives: Employee Scheduling



Improving Sales Performance – Be Kind and Get Paid

There are many things you can do to help in improving sales performance for your restaurant. You can try the age old tactics of offering happy hour drinks and appetizers during slower times. You can invest in marketing or restaurant and menu redesign. You can get creative with your menu offerings to draw in new…  Continue Reading »

Employee Scheduling Software Tips From Industry Vets

Restaurant scheduling can quickly become a nightmare trying to balance employee’s personal schedules and the restaurants needs. While the task of employee scheduling can become daunting quick, you can focus on the things you can control. With these employee scheduling software tips and online scheduling programs like ShiftNote your scheduling life can definitely be easier…  Continue Reading »

How to Change Organizational Behavior in Your Work Place

What is the key to business success? Is it having a great product? Controlling your expenses? Profit and loss management? Scheduling the right people at the right time? While your products and/or services matter, the real key to success – in any industry – lies in the team behind it. People are the key to…  Continue Reading »

Scheduling Secrets Revealed – 5 Secrets to Success

Losing focus on different parts of your establishment is easy when you are busy with managerial duties. It may seem easier to quickly fill out a schedule last minute and send it out to employees without doing much research on staffing needs or employee availability, but this is a surefire way to frustrate employees to…  Continue Reading »

Birds of a Feather – 4 Restaurant Recruitment Strategies

The perception of indifference from employees is the number one reason why a person will never do business with a company again. In a restaurant where a customer spends all of their time interacting with employees, this impression can make or break your business. The difference between an okay performance and a great performance from…  Continue Reading »

Training Never Ends – Steps to Improve Shift Planning

Training is one of the most important things you can do as a restaurant manager to make your team more successful, therefore seeing more sales. Many managers have their initial training programs and only hold team meetings sporadically to continue education on processes or specials. This is not the best way to keep your team…  Continue Reading »

The ABC’s of Easier Employee Scheduling with Technology

One of the most dreaded part of management is dealing with employee scheduling. Whether you have five employees or 50, trying to manage and organize everyone’s availability into a working schedule is a daunting and never ending task. Luckily, the process does not have to remain so old school as pushing paper! More and more…  Continue Reading »

Building a Sales Driven Culture

One of the most difficult industries to work in is the restaurant world. From the precise timing of ingredient quantity purchases to keeping the customer experience strong with superior service, managing a restaurant requires a well-oiled machine approach. A fundamental way to maintain a strong sales funnel in your restaurant is to build a sales…  Continue Reading »

School’s Out for Summer! Staff Scheduling Changes

Summer feeling is in the air! Everyone is breaking out their flip-flops and exchanging plans for summer vacations. With all this excitement in the air, you may already be getting time off requests from your waitstaff. Likewise, you are seeing a flood of former employees and new applicants who are off school for the summer…  Continue Reading »

Patio Season Is Drinking Season! Preparing for a Successful Patio Season

St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone and the beer-filled holiday is unofficially known as the kickoff day for patio season for restaurants. There is no doubt your patio was up and running for the holiday, but you want to make sure you are prepared for the flow of people who want to relax outside…  Continue Reading »

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