How to handle an unhappy employee

How to handle an unhappy employee

If your business follows the general pattern of the U.S. workforce, more than 17% of your employees are what researchers call “actively disengaged.” Active disengagement is one step further than an employee just not caring about their job. As Newsweek puts it, they’re so bent out of shape that they’re actively trying to hurt your business.

This is why you should care about employee engagement

This is why you should care about employee engagement

Employee engagement has been a hot topic among HR experts for years. Yet studies by Gallup have all concluded that only about 30% of employees are fully engaged. It’s tempting  to conclude that plenty of companies must be thriving without it, and, thus, consider it low priority for business.

4 Easy ways to maximize employee satisfaction

4 Easy ways to maximize employee satisfaction

Even though the sustained success of most businesses depends on employee satisfaction, the more human aspects of team management are often deprioritized in favor of tangible business costs and day-to-day operations.

How to fire someone: A six-step action plan

How to fire someone: A six-step action plan

You became a manager because you enjoy working with people. Employees flourish under your leadership. It’s encouraging to help others become successful.

4 Easy ways to motivate your employees

4 Easy ways to motivate your employees

It’s a no brainer that working among colleagues who enjoy their jobs and truly value your business is a primary goal when you approach staffing decisions. Motivated employees are also key to your bottom line.

How to show your team some love: 6 Tips to successful people management

How to show your team some love: 6 Tips to successful people management

Have you ever been served by someone who isn’t happy and still felt you had a good experience? Unlikely.

6 Leadership skills every restaurant manager must have

6 Leadership skills every restaurant manager must have

To become a successful restaurant manager, you need to be on top of many different tasks. Check out which skills every restaurant leader must have. Do you have them? 

5 Quick tips bar managers need to motivate staff

5 Quick tips bar managers need to motivate staff

The requirements for a bar manager are higher than ever before. Bars are popping up on every street corner, all offering better service, cheaper drinks or more exciting events. So how do you stand out in the crowd? Start with your employees – motivate them and make their day fun, inspiring and unique. Try these quick tips and be the best bar manager in town.

5 Ways to build employee engagement

5 Ways to build employee engagement

An employee can easily go to work in a good mood, do a good job and feel comfortable in his position. But it is the one who is innovative, passionate and engaged who will ensure that there is money in your cash register. It’s therefore necessary for you to spend time on setting some standards as to how you will encourage your employees.

5 Tips for managing your restaurant staff

5 Tips for managing your restaurant staff

Your success as a restaurant manager has a lot to do with how well you can keep your staff happy. However, it’s easier said than done being on top of people management.