By Paul Molinari Juggling restaurant staff schedules can be a stressful and time consuming process. Even the best managers sometimes rely on a combination of sticky notes, bulletin boards and spreadsheets containing an ever-changing list of employee contact information, time-off requests, and schedule changes. It’s a big challenge to manage all of this information while making sure the restaurant is properly staffed at all times. After all, it’s the staff on hand that ...
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