5 Ways to Reduce Turnover Rate in the Restaurant Industry

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Retaining employees in the restaurant industry is notoriously difficult. In 2016, the turnover rate in the restaurant industry surpassed 70%, meaning that 7 in 10 workers left their positions within one year.  The next statistic from Cornell University’s Center for

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Restaurant Technologies that Benefit HR Managers

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Servers come and go frequently, and they all need onboarding and training. Scheduling shifts and accommodating last-minute changes can throw you off balance. Calculating benefits, especially for part-time and temporary staff, can be challenging. And those are just your own

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Top Three Insights to Get Started With Digital Transformation

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There’s no doubt that the digital transformation of manufacturing is changing the face of the industry, and many companies are feeling pressure to evolve into a “factory of the future.” It’s an exciting time that promises significant efficiency and productivity

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5 Questions Every Restaurant HR Manager Should Be Able to Answer

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In the restaurant business, managing human resources is complex. You have to deal with a host of serious issues ranging from food safety to harassment. You also have to keep your policies enforced in an industry where employee turnover exceeds

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5 Ways Outsourced Scanning Can Save Your Company Cash

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If your company is ready for a digital transformation, your next step is deciding whether to outsource your document scanning or manage it in-house. Opting to do-it-yourself may seem more convenient, but it can become a nightmare, especially if you

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Webcast: Retain or Destroy? Record Retention Compliance and Audit Defense in the HR World

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Does your company have an effective record retention policy? Is it one that would stand up to scrutiny if DOL, DHS, ICE or OSHA appears at your door with a complaint or a demand for audit? Learn best practices for record retention policies and understand how to ensure that your company’s retention systems are facilitating operations, complying with legal requirements and avoiding adverse consequences during litigation and investigations.