‘‘We want to hire people who have that innate hospitality within them. The skillset is trainable.’’ — Korey, Head of HR
Hiring stellar staff is essential to your restaurant team and your bottom line. Learn how to hire the best front-of-house employees for your restaurant.
A restaurant employment agreement is an employment contract that outlines the role of a new employee in your business and may protect how your restaurant is run.
Hiring stellar staff is essential to your team's happiness and your bottom line. Learn how to hire the best front-of-house employees for your restaurant.
Your best manager just gave their two weeks’ notice. Here’s how to hire a restaurant manager to replace them — and fast.
Finding the right chef for your restaurant — whether you’re opening a new concept or filling a vacant seat — is easier said than done.
Barbacks are the behind the scenes heroes of your restaurant or bar’s service. Learn about the barback's role, tasks, and what skills to look for when hiring one.
Learn about the causes of the current restaurant industry labor shortage, potential effects your restaurant might experience, and ways to find success in spite of it all.
How having HR in restaurants of all sizes can help create a better work environment and save restaurants money on the hiring and onboarding process.
By providing health insurance and charging a 2% kitchen appreciation fee — and by saying "thank you" every day — Ming Tsai shows his staff he cares.
Teens aren’t working in restaurants like they used to. How can you help change that?
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