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Do you remember when fast food was the hot new dining trend? The cheap food craze faded and people are no longer happily eating it. The restaurant space has changed and is directly affected by the demographic. Customers have shifted their favor to “fast-casual” dining.
Retaining your remote employees is getting harder and harder these days. With new companies popping up left and right, the temptation to leave is always rising. This article provides five easy tips to make sure your employees will stay loyal and never be tempted to leave your team.
In today’s era of increasing technological advancement, Remote working is becoming more and more common. The ability to work from home is incredibly attractive to many employees, but it has potential pitfalls, like anything. Make sure your team of remote workers remains productive, maintains high morale, and never grows bored or weary of work by facilitating communication amongst your team, acknowledging their accomplishments, providing opportunities for professional growth, and letting them maintain a healthy work/life balance. Follow these guidelines, and your remote workers will be just as happy and productive as if they worked in your office building.
Restaurants today are not like they used to be. Many are incorporating cutting-edge technology and design to entice patrons and stand out from the crowd. Here we look at 5 ways dining as we know it is changing for good.
When looking for a construction project manager, there are certain qualities that you should identify. This article outlines five qualities that are absolutely crucial when choosing the best fit for a project manager.
The introduction of the “fast-casual” restaurant means the price for small restaurant properties is rising. Independent owners looking to get in the game can learn what it takes to compete with the elites.
Remodeling projects are often required for commercial buildings. Learn five ways you can make sure your next commercial remodeling project is done the right way.
There’s a lot to consider when trying to develop a positive safety culture in your company. This article provides a comprehensive outline of all the steps required to build and sustain a positive safety culture within your company.