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Restaurant company culture has come to the forefront of the labor shortage conversation as restaurant owners and managers wrestle with the fallout from a diminishing work force coupled with increasing labor costs.  A report from the National Restaurant Association shows that approximately 3 in 10 restaurateurs have job openings they’re having a hard time filling....

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Forrester reports that 45% of senior decision makers are looking at external expertise to help them with their MDM (Mobile Device Management) solution. When mobility is the life line of your business, having technology that works and keeps working is paramount because downed technology can be a massive blow to your bottom line. Staff may...

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Restaurant labor costs are big problem for restaurants of all types and sizes and with competition for good employees, labor regulations, minimum wage bumps and healthcare costs, they’ll continue to keep increasing. According to the National Restaurant Association, in 2016 sales per employee averaged $58,000. Compare that to the grocery industry that averages $232,000 in...

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