Here at Sterling Stock Auditors we have a strong background and a lot of experience in the catering business. We know how busy restaurant owners are and how full-on their days can be. This is why we have put together some top time saving hacks for running a restaurant.
While it may sound easy, one of the hardest parts of running a bar is getting the wet stock organised! If your wet stock is messy or disorganised this is a red flag for any hospitality business and a sure-fire sign that things are not as organised as they need to be.
Staff turnover in the hospitality world has always been high. However, if you could do something to keep good talent in your catering business for longer, wouldn’t you do it? Why not boost your employee engagement? The more engaged employees feel with your business, the more likely they will be passionate about your values. The […]
Seasonal stock management is a major area of stock management for nearly all catering and hospitality businesses. It is only normal that the mere thought of stock seasonal management is enough to give any catering or hospitality business owner a headache. Of course you can look at previous years business to predict the seasonal highs […]
From cafes and bars to retail outlets and shops; WiFi is becoming a common amenity and something that the consumer is beginning to expect from businesses. The internet and devices that connect us to the internet have become as big of a necessity as electricity, water and gas.
We often speak to restaurants, cafes, bars and other businesses in the hospitality and catering trades and they are concerned about employee theft; yet they show no real concern for self-imposed breaks that employees take. When you look at the amount of time an employee may not be working, surely cost wise this is the […]
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It’s been revealed that by 2020 there will be 21 billion connected devices invading our lives. A pretty mind-boggling stat, right? And considering the fact that mobile users spend 90% of their time on apps, it’s no surprise that restaurants are zoning in on this digital emergence. The likes of McDonald’s and Subway are already making strategic digital transformation updates