Federal and state tax filing can be a source of stress for a restaurant owner beyond that of the average taxpayer. Getting your deductions right is the first hurdle, but then you have to deal with the aftermath and its effect on your cash flow. Where do you even start? We have 10 quick tax
No one knows the woes of restaurant turnover like a quick service operator. Quick Serve Restaurants (QSRs) are at the nadir of the industry for employee retention, with estimates coming from The MIT Technology Review that fast food establishments have reached a 150 percent turnover rate — the highest recorded since data began in 1995.
Sports teams do it. Flight crews do it. Even doctors and nurses do it. That’s right: We’re talking about pre-shift meetings (or, in the parlance of the athletes above, “pep talks”). And if you’re not among the many restaurant owners starting each shift off with one, you’re missing a valuable opportunity to connect with, encourage,
Many businesses — restaurants included —suffer from a perennial churn of new employees. With the industry turnover rate at 66.3 percent as of 2014 and the resulting focus on refilling the ranks, it can feel like you never get to the fun or important stuff amid all the hiring, orientation, and training. How do you take care of your