Tag: hiring

dinendash
How to Deal with a ‘Dine-and-Dash’ Scenario

Have you ever had a guest leave your restaurant without paying for their meal? While it may not be an […]

one-wordleader
The One-Word Secret to Becoming an Inspiring Leader

When you’re a small business owner, leadership is a big part of your job. Not only are you responsible for […]

firsthire
Solo No More: When it’s Time to Bring on Your First Employee

In the world of small business, solopreneurs are the silent majority. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, 24 million […]

opensign
5 Problems to Work Out During Your Restaurant’s Soft Opening

As you gear up to open a new restaurant, you’re busy finalizing the menu, hiring and training the staff and […]

employeeworkout
A Home-Run Strategy for Increasing Workplace Wellness

Every business wants happy and healthy employees. People who prioritize self-care feel better physically and mentally, which boosts attendance, morale […]

employeemeal
Employee Meal Policies That Work

The shift meal is a time-honored tradition at most restaurants. However, this fringe benefit can quickly nibble away at profits […]

femalewaitress
How Restaurants Can Prevent Sexual Harassment

The #TimesUp and #MeToo movements have shined a light on a pervasive problem in the American workplace: sexual harassment. But […]

girl-workshop
6 Steps to Achieving Gender Equality in Your Small Business

Fairness. Equality. Justice. These words are on the tips of everyone’s tongue as women of all types — from the […]