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Category: Restaurant Best Practices

Rakuten Ready Study shows why two minutes in order ahead is so critical to restaurants wanting repeat business.
Payroll-POS integration rolled out via new partnership between Revel and Deputy

Revel, Deputy partner for payroll, POS integration

Synchronization tools expedite payroll processing Revel Systems and Deputy rolled out payroll-POS integration (point-of-sale integration) for retailers and restaurants. Deputy provides a workforce management solution. Revel is a cloud-based provider […]

Building Safe, Inclusive Cultures in #MeToo Era: Eatery Pulse

Building training programs that foster inclusion, safety in the MeToo era

Creating a comfortable, professional, and respectful workplace is vital to fostering an environment that promotes productivity and idea generation in any industry. Today, particularly with the rise of the #MeToo Movement, employers and companies must consider the way in which an employee may feel threatened, anxious, or disrespected. Everyone with a leadership position should be well-equipped to deal with the challenges that come with running a multifaceted and diverse business.... Creating interactive and tailored training sessions that follow the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidelines...

Ruth’s Hospitality posts strong Q2 sales, lower food costs, as Cheryl Henry assumes CEO post

Ruth’s Hospitality Group, the operator of the fine-dining Ruth’s Chris Steak House chain, reported Q2 2018 results, posting total revenue of $103.5 million, up 9.6 percent from last year. Company-operated stores posted comparable sales growth of 1.3 percent from last year, comprising a 0,1 percent decrease in traffic, offset by a 1.4 percent increase in average check. Net income rose to $9.6M, compared to $7.8M in the same period last year. .. The three buckets for the 2.0 remodel initiative are brand, capacity and bar changes. Those remodels that have addressed capacity are the most opportunistic remodels and have played a role in sales performance, noted Haak.