Employees are the building blocks of any successful business. But to make sure your business beats the rest, your employees need to enjoy their working environment and feel like their achievements are valued.
You’ve been asked to host an event at your restaurant, you’ve planned everything, and it’s taken you weeks. Your team is ready, the plan is set, and the guest list indicates it’ll be a success. You’re probably ready for a well-earned break.
Sadly that ‘me’ time will have to wait. As host you’ve got to tackle one last hurdle and that’s making sure the evening lives up to the hype. After all, you want the event to reflect on all the hard work that’s gone into making it happen.
Here are five steps to make sure you host your next restaurant event like a pro, and turn it into a success:
Imagine a way you can get all the hospitality training you need in one place. It may sound like a risky choice – with so many distractions available in an instant.
But, did you know that there are benefits of receiving your training online rather than face-to-face?
Online training is becoming increasingly popular, especially for the younger demographic. In the latest Global Shapers Survey of 25,000 young people from across the world, 77.8% of respondents reported having taken online courses in the past.
Keeping your kitchen clean and tidy will not only keep stress levels down during busy service times but also enable you to find ingredients and utensils quickly and easily. The simple art of Mise en place will help you declutter your kitchen, so you and your team can get plates out to your customers quicker.
In our mentor sessions, you can join hospitality industry leaders as they give a behind the scenes tour of their careers.
This week we are pleased to announce the release of John Lawson's mentor session - Focusing on food for health.