Why try to be a pilot if you’re a better engineer? Find out what you’re good at and build on it. You are much more likely to excel as a manager if you know what it is you can do and accept what you can’t. You can always try to improve on your weaknesses, but you have better chances at success if you fine-tune your strengths instead.
Every time a customer has a bad experience with your business, they’re going to tell at least 10 people. Now add Facebook and Twitter to the mix, and those 10 people just turned into hundreds or thousands.
Social media is word of mouth on steroids — and it can kill your business.
Employee talent retention is one of the greatest challenges facing businesses today. Due to job market instability, a larger pool of educated workers, and fluidity in employment options, it has become increasingly difficult for businesses to retain top-talent employees for the long-term. Gone are the days of workers staying at a job for the duration of their professional life.
In recent years, the pizza industry emerged as the leader and innovator in mobile marketing. The industry used mobile solutions to maximize sales, drive consumers to place orders, and deliver initiatives that were on-brand and relevant to core customers.
It’s time for other restaurants to join the bandwagon and use the power of mobile to increase sales. Lucky for marketers, pizza chains have done the heavy lifting in creating some great, innovative ideas. Here are some mobile marketing tips to take from the pizza chains.
A recent Cintas Corporation telephone survey conducted by Harris Interactive among more than 1,000 U.S. adults, ages 18 and older, revealed that 94 percent of U.S. adults would avoid a business in the future if they encountered dirty restrooms.
“Dirty restrooms cost businesses lost sales, customers, referrals, and repeat business,” says Mike Thompson, senior vice president, Cintas Facility Services. “This study reaffirms that if customers are not satisfied with the state of a restroom, they will take their business elsewhere.”
Kids LiveWell is a nationwide program that provides parents and children with healthy meal options when dining out. It is in collaboration with the website HealthyDiningFinder.com, and requires meals carrying the LiveWell logo to contain two servings of fruits or vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and low-fat dairy. All LiveWell kids meals must also have 600 or fewer calories. A meal includes an entrée, a side dish, and a drink.
Tax season may be over, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to put taxes and fees out of your head altogether. Since you can’t run a business without them, it’s better to arm yourself with knowledge and know exactly what you’re dealing with. Here, QSR breaks down the 10 most common taxes and fees that quick serves should keep an eye on.