Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 3

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on each of these [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 2

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on each of these over the [...]

Exploring Twitter for Restaurants – Idea No. 1

by Jenny Brooks In a post on April 23, I provided five ideas for restaurants to use Twitter. I promised to explore each of these a little deeper, so I’m going to expand on each of these [...]

Fight Your Nature; Use Systems

By David Scott Peters This interview appeared in the Wall Street Journal, and I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to point you to it. It is an interview with successful restauranteur, Danny [...]

Sexual Harassment: It’s Not an “If”, but a “When”*

By David Scott Peters The restaurant business by nature is susceptible to claims of sexual harassment. In this industry it’s not “if” you face a sexual harassment claim, but “when” you face one. [...]

Chicago Tweetup

Headed for Chicago today for the restaurant show in Chicago. I’m planning a Tweetup for independent restaurant owners on Saturday from 6-8 p.m. Did you RSVP? Can I put a Tweetup on my blog? [...]

Five Systems for Controlling Labor Costs in Your Restaurant

By David Scott Peters On Monday, May 18 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. I am presenting an education session at the National Restaurant Association’s annual trade show in Chicago. In the [...]

Restaurant Expert Going to the Show

By David Scott Peters If you’re in the restaurant world, then you probably know that May 16-19 is the National Restaurant Association’s annual trade show and exhibition. This year, [...]

Posts About Training in Restaurants

Sometimes it’s helpful to revisit posts from the archive. Although time has gone by, the information is still very relevant. I hope this collection of posts about training restaurant [...]

Train Managers to Watch the Clock

By David Scott Peters (As adapted from my FohBoh-ist post on FohBoh.) I was recently interviewed as a restaurant expert about how to keep restaurant employees from riding the clock and robbing [...]

How to Retain the Younger Workers of Today

By Tracy Yandow The younger workers of today are known as “job hoppers” because they hop from one job to the next without regard for the previous employer. While it is next to impossible to keep [...]