5 steps for keeping your restaurant from getting ICE'd

The US government has stepped up its immigration enforcement efforts in recent years, and all employers -- not just large ones, or ones that employ non-citizens -- are at risk of failing an audit.

Five things a pizza operator should know before purchasing insurance

Few insurance companies will insure Non Owned Auto Delivery because of the increased risk from young drivers.

A road map to opening a new restaurant

Bruno DiFabio says negotiating the lease while keeping a low profile is an important step when opening a concept.

Charitable collections – Taking Scrooge out of the picture

Make sure your cash collection container is equipped with a lock with a controlled key.

How to protect your restaurant from a fire

Poorly cleaned hoods and ducts account for 21 percent of all restaurant fires.

Food Safety Forensics: New C.S.I. category

Now, blame for food litigation is at the executive level, and criminal charges are common.

Last minute prep for the Oct. 1 Obamacare deadline

The Health Insurance Exchange opens soon with an employee notification requirement for all restaurant operators.

Restaurant health inspection scores pushed into spotlight

While restaurant operators continue to maintain food safety practices, health inspection records are finding their way onto very public domains.

When an obvious security issue wasn’t – but was indeed

Do you know the warning signs of gang presence, to avoid their infiltration into your operation?

The anti-Robin Hood approach to inventory control

If you are confronted with peculiar and unexplained issues with cash management or inventory control, look beyond the 'usual suspects.'

Restaurant industry applauds delay of Obamacare employer mandate

Businesses with 50-plus employees now have an extra year to comply with coverage.

The Hokey-Pokey approach to security and safety

When business priorities require our attention, the security and safety priorities may slide down the list when they are not ingrained into the culture as core values.

Restaurant food safety tracking and tracing innovation

Litigation attorneys are coming after restaurant chains with increased expertise and sophistication; it would be wise to hire an outside food safety consultant.

Attackers vs. defenders

Boldness counts when going after your competition's business.

Applying Van Halen’s M&M Candy Test to loss prevention

Many of us may be familiar with the peculiar peccadillos of rock bands and divas for specified products in their dressing rooms. We've heard of demands for certain brands of water or required food for the traveling party.

34 ways to fail with a poorly written franchise agreement

Franchise agreements must be prepared, negotiated and reviewed by a specialist from where the restaurant will operate.

Your tolerance for cash shortages – bearable or terrible?

When errors do occur and the cash handling performance is not within established guidelines, the appropriate action should be taken to correct the behavior or performance and get them in compliance.

Don't let hackers scare off your customers

When you think about electronic security, what comes to mind? Do you consider how vulnerable your customer credit cards are, or how easily someone can break into your online bank account? These are the most profitable avenues of attack that...

The top 13 risks to restaurant operations

By having the correct equipment, protocol and training in place, a restaurant will limit its risk and perhaps even reduce Workers' Compensation costs.

Say it ain’t so! – The bogus robbery

 The restaurant manager’s home phone rang. She recognized the cell phone number of her shift manager on the display.

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