Here are 5 things you can learn from the industry leaders when planning your own program.
With a continuous need for workers, you need a plan that gives you the resources to fill openings quickly and retain the great workers you have already.
When I first started working in restaurant kitchens, a big-deal chef told me something I have never forgotten. He pointed to a somewhat questionable side of asparagus I was plating and said, “to us, this is one of 400 covers. But to the guy sitting at table 8, this is his one and only dinner.”
With a strong economy and higher minimum wage laws, operators are under pressure to find new ways to control their labor costs. For some, this has led to the adoption of new technologies like self-service POS devices, even robots in hotels that deliver room service orders.