Anthony Presley
  • 33, Male
  • Lubbock, TX
  • United States
  • TimeForge
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Anthony Presley replied to Matthew Pannek's discussion Recipe & Food Cost Software
"Hi Matthew!   We're big fans of CostGuard ... their product can do just about anything you could need it to do, and was written by some industry veterans who know their stuff.  Contact Matt Starobin over there.  He's always…"
Aug 1, 2011
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Oct 22, 2010
Anthony Presley replied to Chris Fielder's discussion Staff Scheduling Software
"This is an old question, but seems to be updated from time to time.  Feel free to give TimeForge a try! We're a complete labor solution, so we do both scheduling and time tracking (if needed), as well as HR functionality.   The…"
Oct 22, 2010

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Joel Lazeski and Anthony Presley are now friends
Oct 19, 2010
Anthony Presley replied to Joel Lazeski's discussion Restaurant Staff Retention Strategy
"Excellent blog / article.  There's a reason that the restaurant and food service industries have 100% turnover, or more.  It doesn't have to be that way, and there are a lot of viable, and excellent strategies to help with staff…"
Oct 16, 2010

Profile Information

Title
Founder
Company
TimeForge
Website
http://www.timeforge.com
Interests
Business Deals, Consulting, Discover New Restaurants, Finding Experts, Investments, Making Friends, New Ventures, Networking, Recruiting
Years in the Industry
Too Many

Anthony Presley's Blog

Easy Labor Management - 5 Tips to Better Employee Schedules and Higher Profits

Posted on May 8, 2009 at 9:46am 0 Comments

Fingerprint scanners are delicate pieces of technology. Use them to clock in/out. Don’t use them to enter PINs. Restaurant and hospitality staff normally must enter a PIN / id into a Point of Sale system every few minutes, and with greasy hands, fingerprint scanners become defective quickly.



Employees who ride the clock are draining business profits. Monitor timesheets and schedules to effectively stop early clock ins. Better yet, use a labor management system that does… Continue

Employees are Assets, Not Liabilities

Posted on February 14, 2009 at 2:38pm 2 Comments

(Part 6 of a Labor Management and Scheduling Series, read part 5 here)



In many businesses, employees are perceived as a required evil – payroll is a liability that is necessary to be in business. Unfortunately, in many service oriented industries (such as food-service), this attitude harms the business by increasing turnover, deflating morale, complicating…

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Management Time is Money, Spend it Wisely

Posted on November 14, 2008 at 6:43am 2 Comments

(Part 5 of a Labor Management and Scheduling Series, read part 4 here)



In many industries including retail, hospitality, food-service, and hotels, salaried management staff are usually several times more expensive than non-salaried staff at the same business. In many cases, one member of the salaried staff can be more expensive than five or six non-salaried staff members. In addition to their… Continue

Labor Metrics Help Control Payroll and Labor Costs

Posted on October 25, 2008 at 12:05pm 0 Comments

(Part 4 of a Labor Management and Scheduling Series, read part 3 here)



Labor Metrics Help Control Payroll and Labor Costs



At the end of the week, time and attendance values will be collected to calculate wages and payroll for the normal “work week”. A side-by-side comparison of the actual schedule (time and attendance values) and the theoretical labor schedule (a labor pro-forma)… Continue

Employee Schedules are not Payroll.

Posted on October 22, 2008 at 3:02pm 3 Comments

(Part 3 of a Labor Management and Scheduling Series, read part 2 here)



We previously discussed that employee scheduling is hard, time consuming, and costly to a business. Where possible, businesses should use software tools to automate labor scheduling – saving time and money while improving profits makes a lot of sense! Once the employee schedule or the theoretical labor schedule, is complete, it… Continue

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At 9:09am on January 31, 2010,
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Doug Murless
said…
That's odd as I didnt delete the comments and they still show up in the discussion but they dont show up on my Fohboh wall.
At 8:30pm on January 28, 2010,
Non-Operator
Doug Murless
said…
Hi Anthony, Just picked up your note. I will give you a call tomorrow afternoon or feel free to call me at 905-542-9001ext. 208
At 7:42am on February 15, 2009, Leslie Howard said…
I will give you a call on Monday to schedule a time. Hope things are well in the meantime.

Leslie
At 5:00pm on January 2, 2009, Leslie Howard said…
I am back in town, so let me know when you can do the conference call. Hope you had a great Christmas and Happy New Year.
At 7:55am on October 29, 2008, Leslie Howard said…
No problem Anthony, just give me call when things settle down and we can go from there. Wishing your son a quick recovery.

Leslie
At 9:21am on October 24, 2008,
Non-Operator
Mel Kleiman
said…
When you get a chance look at www.melkleiman.com and tell me what you think
At 4:34am on October 21, 2008, Dani said…
just what I was going for..thanks so much for the great comments! :-)
At 7:58pm on September 23, 2008, Erle Dardick said…
Thanks Anthony... I used to own a place called Tony's Deli. Thanks for the comments on MonkeyMedia.NET. Let's connect offline and I will explain our interest in Timeforge. We work with alot of food manufacturing as well and labour tracking/scheduling is often an issue..... You can reach me at MonkeyMedia.....
At 1:24pm on September 23, 2008, Erle Dardick said…
We'd like to learn more about Timeforge....
At 8:09pm on January 11, 2008, Brieanna Fisher said…
Thanks for the comment. Yes Focus has a labor schedule module. It is alot like TimeForge.
 
 
 

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