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Natasha’s Law (or the Food Information (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2019), which effectively has come into force at the start of October 2021, makes it a legal requirement for all food retailers and operators to display full ingredient and allergen labelling information on every food item they sell ‘pre-packed for direct sale’.
5 Ways the Employee Scheduling Software Can Aid Your Communications and Smooth Out Business Operations
In a fast-paced environment such as retail, managers want daily operations to run as smoothly as possible. However, gaps in the internal communication flow can lead to frustrated employees, poor service, and increased turnover.
Metrics matter. Understanding which ones you need to care about can have a big effect on your bottom line. It’s up to operational leadership to measure them, monitor them, and make them not only the focus of their annual initiatives – but to make those metrics important for restaurant managers too.
Using spreadsheets for hospitality inventory management is inaccurate, inefficient, and unwise. Learn how poor inventory management could be making operators crazy and hurting your business.
Technology alone can’t affect the causes of cost price inflation. Hospitality systems can’t undo labour legislation, failed harvests or political turmoil, and with hotels in urban markets still seeing revenues dip as much as 52 percent compared to 2019, operators need to utilise every possible method to cut costs.
From 1st July 2021, in order to work in the UK, new EU, EEA and Swiss nationals will have to prove their immigration status rather than their nationality.
Today we are meeting with some of the team members behind MacromatiX, – Fourth’s global solution for Quick Service Restaurants (QSR).
For Star Wars fans across the galaxy (at least those who use the Gregorian calendar), May the Fourth was a rallying point to commemorate the beloved franchise. At Fourth, we took it a step further, dedicating the day to showing solidarity with the restaurants and servers vital to our communities.
A little over a year ago, global industries came to a standstill. It’s since been a challenging time for everyone, and our customers were some of the hardest hit by the economic fallout. We’re proud to have stood by them this entire time, and we want to celebrate this partnership on May the Fourth.
There are many interpretations and different materials about the responsibilities of Product Owners in software companies. As described in the Scrum Guide – ‘a Scrum Product Owner is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team’.
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