Topic: Staff communication
Not everyone on your team is motivated by a paycheck to show up to work on time and work their hardest. These rewards will motivate them.
Your business won't reach new heights if your standards slip and you don't take immediate action.
Many operators are focused on how guests feel after they leave the bar, but what about when an employee decides to move on?
The word “teamwork” gets thrown around but what does it mean? These are the traits you need to develop in your team to succeed.
Stop acting like a babysitter and be the leader your team needs you to be. Create a code of conduct instead of a basic list of rules.
A recent research collaboration between the National Restaurant Association and Center for Generational Kinetics reveals valuable information for those managing Millennial and Gen Z team members.
You're a smart operator and you know that social media is crucial to your success...so why won't your employees post about your business?
Improving your emotional intelligence quotient will help you communicate with and engage your staff, retain employees, and achieve goals.
Generation Y is going to be the largest demographic working in bars and restaurants, and you're going to have to learn how to manage them and develop their hospitality industry careers.
People seem to enjoy the mantra "Teamwork makes the dream work." But what are you supposed to do if your team doesn't work together? These tips can help you communicate what teamwork means to your brand.