There's nothing more exciting — and possibly frightening — than stepping into the doors of a new restaurant on your first day of your new job or position. You start with the jitters and think about all of the things you will learn, especially because you’re at a rapidly growing company with a ton of advancement
It's 2017 and there is quite a bit of competition in the restaurant scene. A large number of these restaurants pop up and will close down shortly after because of their inability to stand out. These restaurant owners allow their concept and foundation to remain average. They allow their training to remain sub-par and
The hospitality industry has a high turnover rate. According to the National Restaurant Association, the turnover rate in 2015 was at 70 percent across the industry. Seven out of every 10 people that you hired decided to walk away from your restaurant. Was it the culture? Was it your communication style? No matter
I think it’s time that we have an honest conversation about the state of your restaurant and the reality of the situation we’re currently looking at. If you are currently not growing, not innovating, or not focused on making your restaurant better, you’re failing. Period. This isn’t an argument. This is fact.