Losing focus on different parts of your establishment is easy when you are busy with managerial duties. It may seem easier to quickly fill out a schedule last minute and send it out to employees without doing much research on staffing needs or employee availability, but this is a surefire way to frustrate employees to the point of poor performance. People are your most important asset! They drive your business and are the difference makers in a competitive market. One of the most important managerial duties is scheduling employees. As a scheduling manager, it is you who dictates where your most valuable assets are working and directly impacting your sales. Yet we know it can be difficult to dedicate the time you need for scheduling with everything else going on! To help you make the best scheduling decisions possible, here are five basic tips for scheduling employees.
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The perception of indifference from employees is the number one reason why a person will never do business with a company again. In a restaurant where a customer spends all of their time interacting with employees, this impression can make or break your business.