The article below from the Glens Falls Post-Star showed up in my feed. Glens Falls is a small resort town in the Adirondack mountains in NY. Very heavy summer traffic.
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I read this article from NRN, Restaurants find ways to mitigate beef costs (see article below), and here the bullets that I thought were most interesting:
Overall foodservice sales of beef
The good news keeps on rolling in for the restaurant industry. Preliminary figures estimate that 58,700 jobs were added by the restaurant industry in February.
Here are some of the highlights:
This blog isn’t based on a scientific study it is just an observation but where have all the restaurant floor managers gone? I very rarely see restaurant managers in the
The good news continued through January for the restaurant industry. Foodservice Equipment & Supplies magazine posted an article on the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index for January 2015.
US News and World Report posted an article today discussing the new provision in the Affordable Care Act that 30 hour work weeks are considered full time and it’s effects on
Below is an article from the Providence Journal regarding some proposed state legislation in RI around tips. Here are a few of the items the bill covers:
Would prohibit employers from
Interesting article from the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy about the US Government improving methods for sifting through data to estimate which foods are contributing
Having manager’s perform SMART Pre-Shift Inspections every meal period refocuses them on what is important to running a successful operation. The benefit of focus is something that I had to
This story from Nation’s Restaurant News is all over the place. The New York state commissioner approved a 50% rate hike in the minimum hourly wage for tipped employees up