It’s difficult to get an easy or cost-effective way to give employees a quality, personalized learning experience on a large scale. New hires require mentoring from managers and experienced co-workers.
The old method of holding an employee performance review once a year is disappearing, thanks to a better understanding of how to assess and encourage the workforce.
Restaurant profitability is a constant topic for managers, and for good reason, with average profit margins falling between 3-5%. A streamlined training program can help boost efficiency while shrinking ancillary costs.
The value of a modern restaurant learning program should be apparent, but if your restaurant is budget-conscious or is publicly traded, you may need to provide more solid proof of training’s efficacy.
Every company from every industry wants to know that their employees are engaged. According to a Gallup Poll, employee engagement is critical to reducing turnover rates while improving customer experience, as well as a plethora of positive outcomes.
When it comes to the top learning and development trends of 2017, the digital space paves the way. Microlearning, mobile learning, social learning, and virtual learning take the top four spots on the list, declaring that the new age of industry learning is upon us.
Don’t look now, but summer’s almost over, which means you’ll be hiring holiday staff soon and your training will need to be on-point. Here’s four recommendations that we’ve found for effective employee training and modern learning techniques in retail, whether seasonal or full-time employees..
The future of employee training for restaurants rests firmly in microlearning software, and more specifically, in software centered around mobile microlearning.
Money talks, the rest can walk. In your business, you’re on a mission to spend money on what makes sense and save where you can. It seems backwards that something small like microlearning could affect your bottom line so much, but we’re going to tell you how it does and why you should make more use of this little training powerhouse.
"Deskless" has a lot of meanings in today’s work landscape. From traveling training teams to retail store staff and kitchen line workers, the idea that “a real employee” has a desk and a computer is outdated.