Serving as a successful restaurant manager requires several key skills and qualities. The anatomy of an effective restaurant manager includes a variety of character traits including someone who is dependable, a multi-tasker, proactive, patient, innovative, personable, humble, enthusiastic, detail-oriented, a delegator, and financially responsible. It is essential to understand what each of these traits encompass so you can find ways to improve your skillset and, in turn, become a more successful restaurant manager. Take time to learn about what makes up a successful restaurant manager so you know what qualities to look for and improve.
The restaurant and hospitality industry is especially hard-hit by COVID-19. What can be done to help?
The uniqueness of the hospitality sector brings unique challenges to a variety of compliance issues, including the National Minimum Wage. In this post, Billy Waters looks at what constitutes working time, and how you can make sure you get accurate records of exactly when employees started and finished work.
Compliance with National Minimum Wage regulations presents a number of challenges for the hospitality sector, one of which is around uniforms. In this blog post, Raoul Parekh and Richard Harvey from employment law firm GQ|Littler look at why this presents such a challenge.