Today’s workers want to engage and interact with their training in real time. They want access to your content on their terms and they want to have fun while doing it. Give them what they want with HotSchedules Train powered by Schoox, a social, mobile restaurant training platform.
Studies show that small bursts of information – micro-learning – have a higher retention rate when training your team, making employee management easier and more successful. Plus, this method puts learners in complete control, giving them materials that fit THEIR lifestyles: on-the-go, mobile and often informal.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar was founded in 2010 by restaurateurs Guy Villavaso, Larry Foles, Larry Perdido and Chuck Smith. The Austin, Texas-based fast-casual concept specializes in creative gourmet burgers and a vast selection of craft beers. After originally launching with HotSchedules, Hopdoddy has grown to 18 restaurants, with 1,000+ team members, most recently opening a location in Houston, Texas.
If you work in the service or hospitality industry, you know the business impacts of new legislation are a constant concern. Laws regulating wages, overtime and paid sick leave can affect the bottom line if your business doesn’t comply, and now a new beast is rearing its head. The Fight for Fifteen movement is gaining momentum, pushing for a $15 minimum wage and inspiring lawmakers to explore new legislation designed to improve labor scheduling in restaurants, and in turn, the lives of employees. What does that mean for your business? This eBook will break down what you need to know, from the impacts on owner-operators to ways you can get in front of the issue.
What is employee engagement? It’s not just a buzzword. It’s also not the same as employee happiness or satisfaction. True employee engagement is an employee’s emotional commitment to the company and its goals.
Manage costs, increase sales. At a basic, financial level, these are
the pillars of every successful restaurant operation. Here, we
break down the prime cost calculation. Monitor this calculation
every week and you'll breakthrough your break-even plateau
and increase your restaurant’s profits.
Restaurants are a top choice for a teen’s first job. In fact, minors comprise almost a third of the hospitality workforce. But employing such a prominent population isn’t always easy. Managers need to comply with labor laws that are regional in nature and constantly changing. They also need to contend with teens’ school schedules, which are always in flux. How’s a manager supposed to keep up?
Well-run restaurants go beyond just creating schedules and take the extra steps to optimize labor, manage compliance and engage with employees. Successful restaurant managers and operators take extra steps to manage labor, including mastering scheduling. In this ebook we will walk you through tried and true best practices so you are better prepared to:
Improve Sales Performance and Guest Satisfaction
Control Labor Costs
Optimize Staff Productivity
Attain Company Goals
Reach Your Professional Goals
Manage costs, increase sales. At a basic, financial level, these are the pillars of every successful restaurant operation. Here, we break down the prime cost calculation. Monitor this calculation every week and you'll breakthrough your break-even plateau and increase your restaurant’s profits.
Looking for a more modern approach to employee scheduling and communication, a Connecticut-based Sonic franchisee turned to HotSchedules labor management solution.
Read this whitepaper to learn about this Success Story on Sonic.
Restaurant managers are your aces. Just consider — they hire and schedule all of the right people. They ensure compliance with the industry’s legal minefield. They drive top-line financial goals. The list goes on, and on and on. But turnover is a big problem because there are too many things slowing them down:
- Basic task lists prevent optimal performance
- Critical information is stuck in multiple systems
- Pie charts and graphs don’t give them the actionable insights
Restaurant managers are your aces. Download the eBook to learn how to keep them from leaving.
Restaurants are complex businesses with a simple aim: great guest experiences that keep customers coming back for more. In order to achieve this goal, stores must deliver on the promise of a great product and exceptional service.
There are a lot of ways to make the equation work and each brand has its own unique mix of ingredients that bring the whole operation together to create a recipe for profitability.
There are also elements of a successful restaurant that are consistent across any operation. Restaurant executives have long been on the hunt for this elusive lever (or combination of levers) that systematically drive performance regardless of conditions.
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