The way companies in the restaurant and retail industry think about HR has fundamentally shifted. Employees now have more power to choose where they work, and companies need to focus on their employee value proposition (EVP) to attract and retain top talent. This post explores the importance of the EVP and the employee journey, and provides examples of companies that are excelling in this area. The post also highlights the risks of not adapting to this new reality and the need to embrace modern tools and practices to succeed in the changing landscape of HR.
Technology is transforming the way we think about HR in the restaurant and retail industries. From recruiting to feedback, we explore how technology is optimizing the employee journey and improving business outcomes.
Find out how improving financial wellness can help businesses retain employees and reduce turnover rates in hospitality and retail industries.
Will technology replace human service in the restaurant industry? While many predict doom, I believe the opposite will happen. In this blog, we'll explore how technology will enhance, not replace, human service in the restaurant industry.
In industries such as restaurants and retail where employee turnover numbers are high, HR functions play a critical role in ensuring employee satisfaction, retention, and motivation. However, without operational data, HR initiatives may not be seen as profit-drivers. All Gravy's Insights product provides HR leaders with daily data on retention rates, metrics by location, brand, role, and peer comparison, enabling them to make data-driven decisions to support the investment in soft products.
As the UK navigates a cost-of-living crisis, supporting staff – particularly those on hourly paid contracts who are more likely to experience financial difficulty – should be front of mind. Happy, financially-secure employees will help your organisation increase retention, reduce operational costs and enjoy supercharged company performance. So, how can you best set up your hourly paid employees for financial wellness? Let’s take a look…
Intranets can help businesses tailor information systems and tools to these needs. Sensitive data can be secured with standardized onboarding and offboarding, and prioritizing information that is necessary for specific positions means colleagues won’t be overwhelmed by irrelevant information.
This article offers five tips to improve internal communication in your hotel or other hospitality business. While every company is different, these ideas can help you identify areas where you could stand to improve your internal communication, streamline processes and empower your team members to do their best work
Financial wellness is an increasingly important topic for businesses and employees alike. As financial challenges such as student loan debt and rising cost of living continue to affect more people, the need for pro-savings initiatives grows. Financial wellness programs are designed to help employees understand their financial situation and make informed decisions about how they manage their money day-to-day.
Employees who feel stuck or stagnant are less inclined to stay with your company for the long-term. If you want to attract and retain top talent, your employees need opportunities for growth.