You may be running a well-structured training program for new staff in the hopes that they’ll learn quickly and become more productive, but you might be missing a critical piece in your evaluation of staff growth — the impact new staff are having on sales and profitability.
On April 1, a whole new foodservice business website hits the online world to cover everything about the growing food truck industry worldwide.
Wearables in the food industry can increase in-house communication with the entire staff and elevate the customer service experience, giving you an edge over competitors in an aggressively competitive industry.
Pizza Marketplace wishes you a Happy Pizza Day. And just for kicks, we thought we'd share a little list that Welcomemat Services sent our way about which towns' residents redeemed the most free Welcomemat pizza gifts over the last year when Texas and Michigan showed a special fondness for the pies.
Long white dress. Bouquets of exotic flowers.
Pizza and PJs just go together, and in the U.K. Pizza Hut is making that perfectly acceptable, even if diners choose dining out over delivery. This week, the brand's Manchester-area restaurants opened in-restaurant "pajama-safe zones," so customers can stay comfy...
From Super Bowl Sunday to Valentine’s Day Tuesday, February may be the dead of winter in the Northern hemisphere, but this second month of the year is still brimming with marketing opportunities for restaurants to attract consumers suffering from cabin fever.
Brand promotional opportunities are everywhere for the restaurant industry, and there may be no better examples of that than two national news events this week that two very different brands used to their great advantage.
With 1.8 billion active users each month, nearly one-third of whom are in that golden 25-to-34 demographic, Facebook is a potential source of restaurant gold, making the quality of a brand's participation in the social media venue absolutely critical to...
At a time when the incoming administration in Washington shows little support for increasing the federal minimum wage or putting programs in place to assist American workers with health coverage, at least in New York City, Domino's is working in...
In case you're unable to roll out of bed this time of year and didn't know it, this coming Monday is Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year, according to Sky Travel, the British marketing travel agency that...
Why are some pizza chains thriving in an overall economic downturn for the restaurant industry? The answers speak volumes about today's customers' demands.
Combining cuisines from all over the world will be 2017's No. 1 trend. Other trends include spicier flavor profiles, more vegan and veggie options and DIY cooking.
Twitter has effectively been our micro-blogging friend for a decade, which has changed the face of marketing because this great promotional tool allows brands to push strategic initiatives in concise, 140-character chunks. Here are 13 pointers on maximizing that little bluebird's many features.
The new year is fast upon us, and with it comes new opportunities for restaurant brands to surprise and delight their customers with engaging and rewarding experiences. A well-designed, innovative loyalty program can help you get there. But technology is fast changing customer expectations, so it’s vital to refresh and reimagine the possibilities.
For many restaurants, the holiday season bustles with promotions, parties and gift card sales. But amid the season's cheer, restaurants must account for these gift cards properly.
Of the 89,385 charges the EEOC reviewed in 2015, Retaliation, Race, Disability, and Sex discrimination were the most prevalent, and 28,000 charges, or 31 percent, involved harassment. That is alarming for restaurants, where carefree culture often toes the line between camaraderie and harassment.
Restaurant operators must take the time now to learn how recent union-relaterd labor rulings from the National Labor Relations Board may affect their day-to-day employment decisions.
By Mike Lukianoff, Chief Analytics Officer/Fishbowl In 1960, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon made history when they became the first presidential candidates to debate on live TV.
The founder and owner of the six-restaurant Uncle Jack's brand and former host of the Food Network's "Restaurant Stakeout" discusses how he thinks President-elect Donald Trump will help restaurant operators.