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Tips on Maximizing Your Restaurant Hours The kitchen, food service and maintenance are the three operations that are covered in a restaurant schedule. Each area is advisable to have separate spreadsheet that will contain employee assignments, brief description of their tasks, task period, and the expected outputs. It is also important to write down the name of the person who will make and submit the report. It is suggested to develop an accurate and organized schedule for each of this area in the restaurant operations in order to manage personnel, control expenses and thus organize the jobs. Restaurant owners can also create a rotating work shifts for its employees in the restaurant schedule. Labor costs will be reduced if you manage the work hours of your employees for example by work shifts. You can have each group overlap another by having one group as skeleton crew during low business hours, and the other group would work extended hours especially during peak time. You can also practice rotation of workers in order for them to work extended hours in a week. Other employees can take up the open work hours of the absentee if there is an emergency leave.
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Make it a point also that you make a restaurant schedule in purchasing and in paying obligations. You will be able to establish your dates for purchasing food and ingredient supplies by also setting up the dates when you have to pay the rent, water and electricity and other payables. You can schedule replenishment of your inventory during time of the week when you do not have to pay bills.
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Budget meeting with your staff is also another good idea to incorporate in your restaurant schedule. By involving your staff during budget meetings, you can discuss and get ideas from them on how to reduce costs that will improve the income of the restaurant. One idea could be changing suppliers to lesser cost suppliers, and this should have an agreement with your chef that you will still produce the same quality and flavour that your restaurant is known for. Another suggestion is having a restaurant schedule of work for every employee. Assigning people to open the restaurant in the morning and the employees who will prepare the place as the restaurant opens are important management tasks. The tasks could cover mopping up the floor, arranging the tables and chairs, setting up the place mats, table napkins and utensils, and placing menu cards on the tables. Having your kitchen crew follow their assignments too which are cleaning the utensils, tools and equipment of the kitchen, and prepare the ingredients needed for the day. The same process in the morning can be assigned also at the end of the day, only the opposite.

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