What is employee-scheduling software? Employee scheduling software eases the pain of making and maintaining a schedule for your team. Good time tracking software is a wonderful investment in your business and your employees.
As businesses look for ways to build closer relationships with customers, the use of loyalty programs can be an effective strategy. But it's important to find out what consumers really want in your program.
Quick-service, fast casual, fine dining -- does the restaurant industry need to come together to give more definition to what these service categories really mean now and in the future? Some thoughts on why that might be helpful to those working in the "biz" and those the business serves, as well.
It's a truth that reveals itself over and over again that sometimes the best of everything can be found right in your own backyard. When it comes to that notion and the ever-growing foodservice industry's emphasis on local sourcing, the Wisconsin-based sub brand, Cousins, stands as a shining, dairy-dipped example of this subject in action.
The U.S. House passage this week of the so-called "Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act" (H.R. 772) is either an attempt to water down previous menu-labeling measures set to take effect in May, or a break for restaurant operators, depending on your position in the foodservice industry.
Has your brand "elevated" the customer experience in a new and different way? If so, why not pit what your QSR has accomplished against the very best in the business world by entering the Interactive Customer Experience Association Elevate Awards this coming June in Dallas?
Your customers are a bit like very engaged parents: They have expectations. That is particularly true today when it comes to the tech your QSR offers to stay engaged and to keep them coming back for more.
Some forward-thinking brands are already using comprehensive workforce management solutions to automate time-consuming, error-prone efforts related to time and attendance, scheduling, leave management and other employee-facing processes.
Just like diners, restaurateurs and all humans are social creatures, with strong inborn biological and neurological needs to interact. In fact, "Braving the Wilderness" author, Brene Brown explained that loneliness is as powerful a force as hunger or thirst.