Is employee theft something you have experienced in your pizzeria or QSR? If you think it can’t happen to you, think again! According to Fast Casual, a study by the National Restaurant Association estimates that internal theft is responsible for 75 percent of inventory shortages and losses of close to four percent of restaurant sales. Three-quarters of employees steal from the workplace at least once, while half steal repeatedly. Those employees are not all stealing cash. Theft can also come in other forms: staff abusing discount codes, treating themselves or friends to food and beverages, or cheating the time clock. Read more
If you are not already using Snapchat to market your pizzeria or QSR location, you are missing out. With eight billion mobile videos currently viewed daily, Snapchat is gaining popularity. In fact, in a recent study from statista it ranks as the most popular social media site among US teens and young adults. Read more
We are very excited to celebrate an employment anniversary with two of SpeedLine’s very own. In today’s competitive job market, it’s unique to find employees who are committed to an organization for the long term. To have two members of the same team celebrating this accomplishment is a special occasion indeed. Let’s take a look at two members of the customer service department who are making a 10-year splash with SpeedLine this summer. Read more
How often do order errors happen? Mistakes chew up time, waste stock, and burn good will with your customers. So how do you avoid entry errors and deliver the right order every time? Customer displays.
One step is to add a customer-facing display at the counter. The instant visual validation helps catch and correct mistakes as they happen. As an added bonus, these displays discourage theft and can increase add-on sales. Read more
As a restaurant owner, food safety and concern for the health of your customers is likely one of your top priorities, and with good reason. As this Pizza Today article points out, your customers are often your neighbors and friends, and in some cases a serious food safety incident could lead to restaurant closure. Read more