Before making any hiring decisions in the restaurant industry, it helps to assess your operation’s needs and budget. With the right plan in mind, you can go about finding the people who help make your restaurant a success.
A handful of great recipes and a dream are only two minor ingredients for a successful restaurant. Know the industry and prepare yourself as much as possible before jumping in head-first.
Restaurant uniforms, though not always appreciated, are an important way for guests to identify employees. They are also important for maintaining a level of professionalism and cleanliness.
Restaurant management takes responsibility, perseverance and patience, as well as some money sense and time management. Learn our 10 tips for success.
Before opening a restaurant, ask yourself some simple but key questions to determine if this industry is right for you, and if you are right for the restaurant industry.
Repeat customers are your restaurant’s best resource. If you spend the majority of your marketing budget trying to attract new patrons, learn why you should switch tactics to attract the regulars.
Working 10-14 hours a day may sound tedious, but for those who love to cook professionally it's just par for the course. Take a glimpse into the typical day of a full-service restaurant chef.
Managing a restaurant can be head spinning work. Here are 7 useful traits of effective managers and how to apply them.
Have ambition to run the kitchen? Learn how to move up the chain and reach your career goals here.
There are good general managers, and then there are great general managers. Here are a few tips to hire the best GM for your restaurant.
Flex-casual restaurants, a mixed-service genre in the food service sector, have become more popular as diners refocus their spending and dining habits.
Using technology in the restaurant can greatly improve profits, and mobile technology can be an added bonus when it comes to taking food orders, seating guests and accepting payment.
Scratching your head on some of the industry terms? Check out this glossary for a quick reference on the lingo.