Posting health inspection letter grades in the front window or on the door of the restaurant seems to be picking up steam everywhere. California has been doing it for years.
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Restaurant operators and managers have always used data to make decisions and drive their operations forward. Some of these decisions can have multi million dollar consequences (see Chipotle’s $25 million settlement). Typical data sources are: sales, food cost, labor cost, customer reviews, which are all lagging indicators. Daily operations data is usually “collected” on paper and if it is actually documented it’s pencil whipped, hence making the data unavailable or useless at best.
Here’s what we typically see when talking with restaurant operators:
Lack of Visibility & Accountability
Above store leaders and management struggle with knowing that not all of their processes are being followed every day, every shift because they aren't there. They know that food safety logs are being pencil whipped. Most customer satisfaction issues are avoidable with proper execution.
Processes Managed On Paper
Employees are required to rely on memorizing all the information they learned in training. This is an unreasonable expectation, especially, in this fast paced industry with insanely high turnover. Data is unavailable, corrective actions are not implemented nor managed, leaving customers vulnerable.
Multi-million dollar decisions are being made using inaccurate and/or incomplete data sets. Above store leaders are guessing or, worse yet, have a false sense of security when making operational decisions for their chain. Most data being used are lagging indicators of past operational performance where the damage has already been done.
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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:
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