Voice of the Restaurant Industry
More than 50% of your managers are unsatisfied and looking for a better opportunity.
The overall US economy may be lagging, but your industry has been hiring new staff at a time when the average manager is unsatisfied and looking for a change. The paradigm shift to a “candidate’s market” is most certainly underway. If you want to win the war for…Continue
In the past few years, a slow economy and shaky job market have actually helped keep key personnel on staff. A secure position was enough to overcome the temptation to leave for higher pay or new opportunities.
However, in the past six months the calls from single-unit, independent operations have risen sharply compared to 2010 and 2011. These operations are hungry for talented staff. The “Indies” do not have corporate recruiting resources at their disposal, so when they cannot find…Continue
Your attire, handshake and eye contact still matter significantly. But if your head is in the sand about your media presence, you need to get serious about ensuring your public media persona – your true first impression – is up to snuff.
Added by Joseph D'Alessandro on May 1, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
If you lead a company, a property, a kitchen, or a team of any size, you do not have the luxury of being “non-confrontational.” If you are working toward a goal, that means you and your team are being stretched to perform at higher levels. That will produce stress and expose weaknesses. As the leader you cannot allow such stresses to keep you from achievement, and therefore you will have to…ahem…confront them.
Confrontation does not have to be a combat. It shouldn’t be. You can…Continue