Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world. This very morning, more than two billion people will wake up with a cup of tea. And the hospitality industry has taken notice - more and more restaurants, bars and hotels around the world are extending their tea lists beyond the classic English Breakfast to follow in the footsteps of venues that are rapidly gaining in popularity due to their tea menus.
In the hospitality industry, employee turnover carves a pretty big dent on venue operating costs. In fact, Cornell’s Center for Hospitality Research has found that turnover costs the hospitality industry $5,864 per lost employee. That’s why Typsy set out to help hospitality businesses provide their staff with the necessary skills to ensure they stay for longer.
Beer: it comes in a variety of flavors and is the third-most popular drink on earth after water and tea! When it comes to draft beer - you know it comes from a tap, but do you know how it gets there?
The hospitality industry is a fast paced environment which means that there is a constant risk of injury. Whether it's chemicals, heat, moving vehicles or noise, you'll have to work in and around these on a day-to-day basis.
In fact, the International Labor Organization estimates that, worldwide, there are around 340 million occupational accidents and 160 million victims of work-related illnesses annually. Fortunately, there is safety equipment that you and your teammates can you to help avoid and decrease injury in the workplace.
The Moscow Mule, the White Russian, the Cosmopolitan and the Espresso Martini. You've most likely heard of them, but do you know the not so secret ingredient linking all of these world-famous cocktails? It's Vodka!
With multiple ingredients, a myriad of measurements, key techniques, and some rather specific cocktail formulas, it's easy to get things muddled when it comes to creating the perfect vodka cocktail.