The employee turnover rate for restaurants was at 66.3 percent in 2014, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics—and it's still a challenge for restaurants today.
With turnover so high, restaurants must innovate or face reduced profits simply because they are continually spending time and resources teaching new employees. Training technology has advanced in the past 10 years and is giving restaurants more options to teach important skills and process to their employees.
This eBook will look at the advantages and disadvantages that today’s training technologies bring to the table.
"As Director of Training, knowing that my teams have the most current, and correct training materials in their hands is paramount to our success. We are a growing concept, and without the consistency that Playerlync brings to our teams across the country it would be tougher than it needs to be."
“93% of the restaurant managers answered “yes” when asked “if you were running the company and it were your decision, would you deploy PlayerLync to all restaurants”. This was the highest score of any shakedown test we had received.”
"It really boils down to efficiencies and manpower. The things that used to take us 20, 30, 40 hours now maybe take us 2 or 3 or 4 minutes. We can deploy those savings to other issues, whether they be other research projects or just other utilization of our manpower."