Solve the problem: to maintain incentives in order to retain the best restaurant

  • Solve the problem: to maintain incentives in order to retain the best restaurant
    Independent.t. E.
    Question: I run three restaurants. However, I am really struggling to find good employees and the business is under pressure all the time, because not enough for the number. Any bright ideas to help us?
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Question: I run three restaurants. However, I am really struggling to find good employees and the business is under pressure all the time, because not enough for the number. Any bright ideas to help us?

Answer: because the economy has improved, the food service sector suffered greatly when it comes to finding the right staff that can support the needs of the sector. Some describe it as in a moment of crisis. There are probably two different approaches to attempt to maximize success.

First, in terms of retention and trying to slow the outcome of any good staff, now you have.

You would learn the tools as semi-annual/annual bonuses if certain KPIs are not achieved, which will encourage employees to stay? Can you afford to see any increase of wage scales based on seniority, which may be more attractive, the longer the employee remains? How much emphasis the business on the social aspect and creating a good work environment?

If you have a good strategy in place for storage and you’re still missing some staff, then you are in the innovative selection.

I know that some companies are now that motivate employees to identify potential new employees and pay them a bonus if the employee stays more than three months. You will find that many of your current employees probably have colleagues in the same industry, they could point in your direction.

One of my senior team at Superquinn constantly giving his business card for employees who made an impression on him as he went about his daily business in various industries and asked them to come for an interview, so perhaps another way for you and your senior team to huntite people you consider good.

It is obvious that digital media is another great way to raise awareness – but I expect you to use that already. In my experience it is a variety of approaches both in terms of retention and recruitment that will solve the problem. I would more focus on conservation on the grounds that if you solve, the problem becomes more manageable.

Q: I produce a product that will be sold on the domestic and foreign markets and plans to attend some international exhibitions in the fall. Can you give me any advice, support to help me?

Answer: before talking about exporting, I would like to Express a word of caution. To run a business that has a product for both the domestic and international market, to move for export in the early days may not be the best idea. I assume from what you said it was a new business and you still have not mastered.

The danger of penetrating an export market too quickly, without having to modify your product and your approach to working with buyers and consumers, etc., all of this can become overwhelming in a market that is geographically far away from you.

As a suggestion, take a look at the domestic market first and establish the business structure and production processes for at least six months.

It would be perfectly acceptable to be Dating exports in parallel, but will be attending trade shows now can leave you in a situation where you are over promising and failing to deliver for international customers.

The answer to Your question is that depending on the type of business, your local enterprise office or enterprise Ireland, probably in the best position to help you, depending on the size and type of Your business.

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