Staff Management

What ‘The Woods’ Lawsuit Can Teach Restaurant Operators About Safe Alcohol Training

What ‘The Woods’ Lawsuit Can Teach Restaurant Operators About Safe Alcohol Training

The lawsuit against Tiger Woods and The Woods Jupiter is a stark reminder to bar & restaurant owners why it’s important that their staff is safe alcohol training certified from programs like 2Cool Server Training.

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The Daily Rail: The Restaurant Industry Has It's Fair Share of Poor Mental Health

The Daily Rail: The Restaurant Industry Has It's Fair Share of Poor Mental Health

In today’s restaurant news: why restaurant operators should encourage their staff to get industry training, what a sriracha lawsuit says about supply integrity, mental health wellness in the restaurant industry, and more.

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The Daily Rail: 'Equality of Opportunity' Should Guide Restaurants in Staff Development

The Daily Rail: 'Equality of Opportunity' Should Guide Restaurants in Staff Development

In today’s restaurant news: how to hire the best restaurant staff, why retaining restaurant’s GMs are operators’ biggest HR priority of the year, how to make sure your staff’s development is equal, and more!

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The Daily Rail: Are Enhanced Employee Benefits the Best Tool to Reduce Restaurant Staff Turnover?

The Daily Rail: Are Enhanced Employee Benefits the Best Tool to Reduce Restaurant Staff Turnover?

In today’s restaurant news: how restaurants can benefit from omnichannel marketing, Uber Eats cuts delivery costs to gain market share, employee benefits may help with restaurant staff retention, and more!

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Should Your Restaurant Go with In-House Restaurant Delivery or a Third-Party Service?

Should Your Restaurant Go with In-House Restaurant Delivery or a Third-Party Service?

Should you build an in-house restaurant delivery service or use a respected third-party restaurant delivery company instead? Here are tips for deciding between a DIY restaurant delivery program and outsourcing the service.

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