Congrats to our newest CRFP
Marlon Travis with Caesars Entertainment earned his CRFP designation this month. Congratulations to Marlon!
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Earn InSite InSider double points all July
This is Week 2 of InSite InSider double points month! Make sure to upload your photos this week to earn 6 points per photo. To see the entire InSite InSider calendar, click here.
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Facilitator: Don't let energy costs manage you
Of all businesses, restaurants — particularly restaurant chains — would seem the most logical adopters of energy management systems. After all, restaurants use as much energy per square foot as the typical commercial facility.
Why Cheddar's is the No. 10 fastest-growing chain
Nation's Restaurant News
Irving, Texas-based Cheddar's Casual Cafe Inc. was founded in 1979 as a casual-dining restaurant focused on neighborhood clientele, scratch-kitchen food preparation and value-oriented pricing. The company now has more than 150 company-owned and franchised locations in 28 states.
Pizza chain enters fast casual segment with new concept
Round Table Pizza, a chain of 450 restaurants located throughout the West Coast, has jumped into the fast casual segment with the opening of its new concept, Fresh Pixx.
LYFE Kitchen stakes claim to Preston Center with healthy food that tastes good
Don't call it healthy, but LYFE Kitchen, the new fast-casual concept where everything on the menu is 600 calories or less, has landed in Dallas.
If you have water that is being heated for cooking or beverages then you have scale forming in that equipment. Scale negatively impacts taste of foods and beverages in addition to the maintenance nightmare caused in equipment.
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The HVAC factor: Double duty
Today's Facility Manager
The proliferation of smartphones and tablets, coupled with the general acceptance of Bring Your Own Device in offices, has created a new challenge for facility managers and property owners alike. In many cases, the existing HVAC system in a facility may hold the key to delivering the outstanding mobile connectivity users demand.
Standex adds a fryer to its product line
Foodservice Equipment & Supplies
Multi-line foodservice equipment manufacturer Standex Corp. has acquired San Antonio-based Ultrafryer Systems, a manufacturer of commercial deep fryers for restaurants and other foodservice operations.
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Hands-on prehire tests for line cooks
Restaurant Business Online
Resumes don't cut it when hiring a line cook; you need to see their cooking and communication skills. Here are recommendations for cook employment tests.
Paying employees to stay, not to go
The New York Times
Ben Nawn, a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire, says his friends who work at McDonald's are envious of what he earns working for the Boloco burrito restaurant. Nawn works at one of the handful of restaurant chains that deliberately pay well above the federal minimum wage.
When your business has multiple locations, coordinating all of them is a massive job. You need one source to get everything functioning as a unified whole and to keep it that way. Source One is that one source.
7 key elements of a workplace investigation
D. Albert Brannen
Many issues that arise in the workplace require employers to conduct a prompt and thorough investigation. Among other things, employers should investigate allegations or reports of theft, fraud, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, workplace violence or threats, substance abuse, security breaches, inappropriate use of the employer's computers or other property, etc. Although the underlying allegations may be different, certain basic elements should be a part of every investigation.
LEED v4 tunes up acoustic performance
Building Operating Management
Typically, the term indoor environmental quality evokes considerations of healthy indoor air along with visual and thermal comfort. Adequate ventilation, indoor pollution source control, equitable control of lighting systems, and access to daylight and views appropriately draw focus as key concepts for design teams endeavoring for optimal indoor environments. However, the high-performance design community is now beginning to recognize the importance of acoustical comfort as an important sensory influence in assessing IEQ.
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