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Do you have control of your restaurant? By that I mean everyone who has keys to the building, and storage areas, codes to the POS system, and combinations to the safe are authorized. And by authorized, I mean they have been properly screened, vetted, and have shown the appropriate responsibility to run your business.
Is the process of mentoring team members a lost art in your company? I hope not, because the positive investment of your time and energy in someone or a team can produce highly motivated leadership! That's leadership now for your...
CEO of the nation's largest fast food franchisee, NPC International, spills the secrets to his company’s success.
Pizza Inn's Chief Operating Officer talks about business trends in Saudi Arabia, one of the brand's international strongholds.
If you have ever grown a young franchise concept from approximately 20 locations to over 100 locations, you would probably agree that this initial growth is much more difficult than say growing from 100 to 200 locations or from 500...
For many restaurant owners, outsourcing certain administrative functions provides them the ability to better focus on the strategic and operational sides of their business. For example, restaurant owners have traditionally looked to outsource such functions as accounting and payroll. Others...
Odds are you’ve never met my mother. That’s too bad.
Tom Monaghan used to give his best-producing 'Dominoids' the Piaget off his wrist. And it worked.
Gratis to the Workplace Bullying Institute, a vignette from the Evil HR Guy - which is sort of funny except that it illustrates the two things holding back a recovery in this job market: Fear and Greed. Most economists, investors...
In our latest "Ask the President" blog with Stevi B's president Matthew V. Loney, we asked how hands-on the executive level leadership major pizza companies should be with their customers and franchisees.
Over the past several years, the IRS examination of small businesses, which it defines as those with assets less than $10 million, has significantly increased. In fact, a recent report by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (“TRAC”) shows that...
Okay, so unemployment is at 10% and the economy has lost over 8 million jobs since this recession began. You don't have to be an economist to know that this is, shall we say, less than ideal.
As unemployment has risen over the past couple of years, we've seen turnover fall to record lows. This really should come as no surprise-it's basic economics: the supply of workers increases as the demand for workers goes down.