Although many of us are tired of hearing about COVID, there’s no denying that the past two years have had a lasting impact on the way that restaurant, food truck, and business owners perceive the concept of “business as usual.” In fact, the pandemic has taught us more than just a few new words: regardless of industry, most entrepreneurs have displayed incredible resilience and creativity in unprecedented times.
And, as restaurant owners continue to contend with supply chain shortages, product availability, and changing consumer demands, we wanted to share a few ways that you can incorporate new technologies, strategies, and resources to ensure that you, and your business, can face unforeseen challenges with greater preparedness than before.
Although restaurants have been forced to adapt quickly to keep up with lockdown restrictions, vaccine passports, and curfews, increased gas prices, worker shortages and even increased demand have resulted supply chain shortages that can disrupt business and impact customer satisfaction.
So, what’s a hard-working entrepreneur to do? Well, our first instinct is to tell you to relax and decompress with a bucket of Broasted® chicken. But business comes first, right? So, here are a few ways that you can help mitigate the effects of supply chain disruptions now and in the future.
Re-evaluating your business’ productivity can help you identify where you might need some help, where you can save costs, and even open more opportunities to provide your employees with better wages, schedules and company culture.
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