Brooklyn’s Restaurant Finds Comfort in HotSchedules

Located in the college town of Stillwater, Okla., Brooklyn’s Restaurant is staffed primarily by students. While their schedules are fairly consistent from week-to-week, managers found it difficult to handle availability requests and easily accommodate last minute shift swaps and time off requests using spreadsheets.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: HotSchedules


Job Seeker Series: The Power of Referrals

So how do you find the best restaurant jobs these days? We uncovered job-hunting stats and facts in our Job Seekers Series. Then we sliced and diced the information to serve up visual morsels of information so that you can find a job ASAP.

Type: Infographic

Sponsor: HotSchedules


Truluck’s Manages Labor Swimmingly

While the food, wine and atmosphere at Truluck’s has always been divine, their behind-the-scenes labor management processes needed a dash of modernization.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: HotSchedules


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Crime prevention – The power of a flower

Crime Prevention through Environmental Design relies on the ability to deter criminal acts.

Feds charge a suspected major cyber thief

Everyone in retail can breathe a little easier today knowing that federal authorities have charged David Benjamin Schrooten, or as he is known in cyber space “Foretezza,” with multiple counts of credit card theft.  Allegedly, Schrooten, who is a Dutch national, and his U.S. accomplice, Christopher A.

Would YOU resist a robber?

The young manager knelt in front of the safe, a thousand thoughts cluttering his head. His fingers were nearly frozen with fear as he fumbled with the combination.

Teach employees how to react in dangerous situations

Yasin Sara was robbed at his Y & S Supermarket this past week in Tampa, FLa. Sadly the robbery turned tragic when Sara confronted the gunman and was shot in the chest.

Restaurants get in touch with biometrics

Fingerprint-reading technology is cheaper and easier to use than many think.

Getting the police to do something

I heard the complaint again today. The local police are not responding.

Pizza Marketplace releases industry study

Report outlines trends and issues facing the pizzeria business.

Pizza Fusion re-raises more than $18,000 after funds stolen

Arizona restaurant was burglarized after fundraiser for family of boys killed by drunk driver.

Restaurants hit by Heartland data breach

With literally tens of millions of card transactions at risk, malware found on the server of Heartland Payment Systems may make history.

The dangers of delivery

Driver safety depends on following procedure, no matter how busy your restaurant is.

Is cashless delivery on the way?

The shift to a cashless society is important to delivery-driver safety.

Independent Operator of the Year: Pizza Shuttle

Read how Pizza Shuttle became one of the world's busiest pizzerias grossing $5.5 million a year.

2006: A Year in Review

Following is a look at the serious and funny events transpiring last year in the pizza industry.

Drivers unionize Florida Domino's Pizza store

The April unionization of a Domino's Pizza store is a first for the U.S., but the union's leader believes it won't be the last.

Looking Back '... Looking Ahead

PizzaMarketplace's editor reviews five significant events that occurred in the pizza industry in 2003, and makes five predictions for 2004.


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