Posted by Melissa Walker on Mon, 5/16/2016
Hi everyone! Melissa here, Customer Programs Director at WyckWyre, and I am gearing up for my 4th trip to the National Restaurant Association (NRA) trade show. As a seasoned veteran, I have some tips for vendors and attendees alike to make the most out of this great show!
Posted by Molly Riordan on Fri, 5/06/2016
May 12-24, 2016, McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. 630,000 square feet of restaurant and hospitality vendors, educators and a few celebrity chefs as well. 2,000 exhibitors offering wares as diverse as ketchup packets, 3D dessert printers and outdoor dining furniture.
Posted by Melissa Walker on Thu, 10/15/2015
If you’re posting jobs, chances are you’ve found it increasingly difficult to attract candidates to apply, and this might be why:
Posted by Molly Riordan on Thu, 9/10/2015
Restaurants, especially independents, have been feeling a growing sense of relief as the economy slowly inches back to pre-recession conditions. More people are eating out, and spending more per meal than at any time since 2008.
Posted by Erin Sullivan on Fri, 8/21/2015
The Hiring Game is Changing
Posted by Erin Sullivan on Fri, 7/31/2015
There is often a misconception within the service industry that millennials make the best hires because of their adaptability to learn new technology, because they are new to the workforce, and tend to be more flexible.
Posted by Mandy Webb on Tue, 7/07/2015
Recruiting is such an important part of running any business. In the restaurant industry, unfortunately the average turnover rate hovers around 66.2 percent, according to the National Restaurant Association.
Posted by Molly Riordan on Tue, 6/30/2015
I’ve recently moved to a new house. It’s gorgeous, built in the 1920’s, original trim work, pocket doors; just lovely. It has been painted and wallpapered with some very questionable colors and patterns, but it’s nothing that can’t be fixed.
Posted by Ellie Rivera on Mon, 6/15/2015
My first language was Spanish. I was taught at a very early age that the language of our home was Spanish and English was to be saved for school. That is, I was the first mainland-born member of my Puerto Rican family and my parents feared losing our cultural identity during their 1970’s adapta
Posted by Melissa Walker on Fri, 5/08/2015
The number of applicants a job attracts is an important part of finding the right person to hire. Applicant flow can also relate to the quality of your applicants; having higher quality applicants can far outweigh the benefits of large application numbers. Here are three tips you can implement