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Optimize Labor and Control Costs

The restaurant industry has been under intense pressure since the start of COVID-19 in March of 2020. With shut downs, reduced capacity limits, labor shortages, and rising wages – operators are digging into the numbers and taking a hard look at every dollar spent and every dollar saved.

Our goal with this short guide is to show you the simple yet effective ways restaurant operators and managers can cut labor costs while optimizing your people, performance and profits. Some ideas you could literally start doing the minute you’re done reading. Others may take a little more time, thought, planning and accountability. Either way, the return on investment is totally worth your time because all of these small changes add up to big savings.

You’ll find these cost-cutting and dollar-savings tips are broken down into ways that you can:

  • Cut costs
  • Manage the business to keep costs at optimal levels
  • Measure performance to ensure your efforts continue to produce the right results

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