Restaurant And Hospitality News – November 28, 2016
Restaurant And Hospitality News – November 28, 2016

The big news this week is the issuing of a nationwide injunction delaying the implementation of the Obama Administration’s new overtime regulations, which were scheduled to go into effect on December 1, 2017. While the injunction is just a temporary measure, pending the decision of the case on its merits, it bodes well for stakeholders in the restaurant and hospitality industry who were facing some tough decisions in the wake of the new regulations.

  • Restaurant And Hospitality News – November 7, 2016
    Restaurant And Hospitality News – November 7, 2016

    In news this week, coffee is king in American sales, with Tim Hortons eyeing further U.S. expansion and Starbucks posting records sales for the year; and hoteliers are increasingly turning to new POS tech to help boost the guest experience and improve efficiency.

  • Restaurant And Hospitality News – October 31, 2016
    Restaurant And Hospitality News – October 31, 2016

    In news this week, Buffalo Wild Wings turns to take-out services to help boost sagging sales;  restaurants can take some simple steps to help bolster security; and the Four Seasons opens its innovative R&D Studio to help create the perfect guest experience.

  • Restaurant And Hospitality News – October 24, 2016
    Restaurant And Hospitality News – October 24, 2016

    In news this week, big data helps Dickey’s Barbeque enter the big league while Airbnb fights a major legal battle in New York City.

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ARTICLES FROM THE RLPSA

  • Big LP Issues Facing QSRs: A Q&A With Joe Verber, RLPSA President
    Big LP Issues Facing QSRs: A Q&A With Joe Verber, RLPSA President

    Quick-service restaurants (QSRs) face unique challenges when it comes to loss prevention. We caught up with Joe Verber, president of RLPSA (Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association) and senior manager of loss prevention at Yum! Brands for his expert insight on how LP professionals in the QSR space can address these challenges and where they can turn to for guidance and support.

  • The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association
    The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association

    Loss prevention is essential to the success of any business operation and that critical responsibility is no different to those in the restaurant industry.  The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association (RLPSA) offers restaurant LP professionals the opportunity to become involved in strengthening education, best-practices, legislation, services and technologies benefiting those whose responsibilities are to protect company employees, customers and assets.

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK

  • EMV At The 2015 NRF BIG Show
    EMV At The 2015 NRF BIG Show

    I attended the 2015 NRF BIG Show in New York a few weeks ago, and while retailers made up the bulk of the 33,000 attendees, solutions providers and industry professionals alike filled the halls of the Javits Center to learn more about the various topics facing retailers today. Chief among those topics — EMV adoption — also affects hospitality. Here’s a recap of a session we attended that provides insight into what small to midsize retailers can expect from EMV. I think you’ll find it helpful as the October deadline approaches.

  • Hospitality In 2015: Baby Boomers, Technology, And Differentiation

    Deloitte’s recent insightful report, Hospitality 2015: Game Changers Or Spectators?, is a crystal clear look at what the hospitality industry should be doing in 2015 and beyond to bolster customer engagement. Deloitte reports that there are new rules to the game, and those companies that want to win had better restructure their bench.

  • Winning Diners’ Wallet Share During The Holidays

    The 2014 Holiday shopping season is in full swing. For the next few weeks, consumers will invade retail stores, and in addition to retailers, restaurants will reap the benefits of holiday shopping.

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FEATURED HOSPITALITY CONTENT

  • Crucial Reasons Why Your Restaurant Needs POS And Online Ordering Software

    If you are a startup restaurant business, you might think that a point of sale system is a costly investment. You may be correct however; it offers many benefits that far outweigh any drawbacks including high costs. In fact, a restaurant POS and online ordering system is considered essential for today’s restaurants due to the following:

  • 5 Reasons Why Merchants Should Use An Embedded POS System

    For merchants, the need for a reliable POS system is irrefutable. They speed up the check out process, efficiently manage inventory, and monitor sales so that business owners can keep a pulse on what is happening within their daily operations. Unfortunately, POS Systems can also potentially require a good amount of costly upkeep. With the myriad of POS options available in today’s marketplace, selecting the right POS system to meet your business needs can be a daunting task.

  • Health Care Reform Act Orders Healthy Dose Of New Menu Standards

    Digital Menu Boards Prove to be the Necessary Solution.

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  • Restaurant And Hospitality News – November 28, 2016

    The big news this week is the issuing of a nationwide injunction delaying the implementation of the Obama Administration’s new overtime regulations, which were scheduled to go into effect on December 1, 2017. While the injunction is just a temporary measure, pending the decision of the case on its merits, it bodes well for stakeholders in the restaurant and hospitality industry who were facing some tough decisions in the wake of the new regulations.

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