Driving or managing a restaurant can be incredibly difficult and stressful. When faced with the failure of 75% of restaurants in their first year, restaurant owners need to choose someone with the right experience.
There is a lot to consider in restaurant management. Staff, food quality, cleanliness, potential health risk, defective restaurant equipment and basic needs are just a few of the common problems of restaurant management and owners face.
Here are some good tips to help you avoid.
1. Lead through your actions. The show late or ignorant is poor management. When you show high school performance, you get what's around you.
2. Select your staff carefully. Good staff brings good food and good service. Hiring people you trust will make it much easier for you.
3. Reward your staff often and pay them well. The mistake that many owners of the restaurant do is pay the minimum wage of their employees and expect them to be successful. The more you are able to pay (within reason), the lower you find a complaint and a turnover ratio. If you can not afford to pay them well, they often reward. Always acknowledge and acknowledge them when they do something well.
4. If there is an employee you consider the need to admonish, be professional and make it a private property.
5. Keep the restaurant clean. An unclean restaurant offers pests and unhealthy health inspectors. Make sure the floors are mopped frequently, no food is hiding, the trash is taken out a few times a day and the tablets are wiped down after each customer.
6. Advertise and market your restaurant well. Make cost analysis to find the most effective advertising market (newspapers, radio, etc.)
7. Get a website dedicated to your restaurant. Customers will be able to find out more about your restaurant, which will help them become more familiar and feel better about your organization.
These are just a few tips to get started. Managing the restaurant properly does not only take patience, work and ability to adapt, but also experience. If you feel insufficient to run your own restaurant, work under a couple of years for more experience. It's no worse than opening a restaurant without knowing what to do. It's a lot more than just preparing food, selling it and making money.