Posted By Heather Webb, RFMA,
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
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Announcing our 2 new InSite Blogs: RFMA Gives 2015 and From the InSide Out
We are celebrating Week 3 of InSite InSider double points month with Blog week. Two new blogs have been added to rfmaonline.com — check them out and subscribe to them!
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Facilitator: The power of paint
The language of facilities maintenance is ever-changing. As cutbacks continue to hit companies across the country, facility departments are being asked to do more with less — yet still increase sales. Can the appearance of a restaurant help in that effort?
Local sourcing for less
Despite operators' best intentions, the cost of local sourcing can be difficult to swallow. Rather than padding prices, restaurateurs are taking other money-saving steps to have their local veggies and eat them, too.
A look at the summer burger boom
Nation's Restaurant News
Hamburgers are a perennial favorite on menus, but more than usual have been added to menus in recent months. Traditional burger chains, both in quick service and casual dining, have introduced new items as competition from newer burger restaurants grows.
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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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Restaurants facing labor crunch
A labor crunch fueled by improving consumer confidence is cooking in the restaurant industry as venues from San Francisco to New York increase wages and benefits to attract cooks, servers and dishwashers.
Recruiting strategies: Finding and keeping top talent
Facility Maintenance Decisions
Maintenance and engineering managers are constantly on the lookout for qualified employees to perform inspection and maintenance tasks in institutional and commercial facilities. The challenge remains especially tough.
Can you really afford mediocre employees?
Hundreds of research studies have quantified the difference between an "A player" versus a "C player." Every one of them concludes that the difference in productivity and the impact on the bottom line is anywhere from 20 percent to over 1,000 percent greater return when you compare the best, most productive employees to those who are "average."
How a Chicago native is working to link chefs from around the world
A Chicago native's idea to create a LinkedIn-like professional online network for chefs and other food industry workers seems to be picking up steam.
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.
Technology is driving the food and beverage industry forward
Archita Datta Majumdar
Food industry leaders have been quick to see which way the winds are blowing and have been active in welcoming technological innovations. Hack//Dining NYC is one of the latest events to showcase how technology will be a driving factor in the industry's future.
Introducing your next healthy food trend: halal and kosher
Fast Company's Co.Exist
As mainstream shoppers seek out safer and more ethical foods, kosher and halal supermarket brands are working to appeal beyond their traditional niches.
Twin Peaks: In-house brewery could be key to success
Nation's Restaurant News
Front Burner Restaurants L.P., parent to the 52-unit Twin Peaks chain, sees its first in-house brewpub as a cost-effective source for its best-selling product: draft beer.
Taco Bell's appeal to protein junkies
The Wall Street Journal
After introducing the world to Doritos Locos Tacos and the breakfast Waffle Taco, Taco Bell is talking up tweaks to its menu to appeal to diners interested in somewhat more wholesome fare.
Pizza gets personal: Build-it-yourself pie shops explode on food scene
Orange County Register
Buoyed by the success of Chipotle Mexican Grill, a new generation of assembly-line restaurants are cropping up in the millennial-friendly fast-casual sector. Diners are taking control, choosing to design their own burritos, salads and burgers as customization, value and freshness drive sales in the $34.5 billion industry.
Jet's Pizza zooms into Orlando
Central Florida Future
Michigan's very own Jet's Pizza will be making its way to several locations in Florida, including the newly opened Town Park shopping center just minutes from UCF.
Protect yourself from dangerous arc flashes
Arc flash is the result of an electrical fault (such as a voltage source contacting a grounding source), and it presents an extremely hazardous condition. The light and heat energy produces sufficient electrical energy to cause substantial damage, fire, injury or death.
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