Just when you got comfortable with Millennials’ dining preferences, here comes Gen Z. Born between 1993 and 2002, they’ll soon be the most influential customer cohort for restaurants, so now is the time to start to understand their unique approach to eating out.
Even as diners return to restaurants in the U.S., a perfect storm of supply chain issues has led to unwelcome new challenges for operators: product shortages and hefty freight charges.
How do you define a “good employee?” Different management styles mean different qualities, skills and performance often stack up differently for different managers. But, in general, good employees:
How loyal are your customers? Chances are, not very. According to one study, 43 percent of diners said they spend less than 25% of their total 30-day restaurant budget at their favorite restaurants.