Growing restaurant companies are increasingly looking to technology to handle back-office functions that once consumed a large share of managers’ and supervisors’ time. Software packages have come out in recent years that ease managers’ roles in scheduling a restaurant’s staff demands. “We needed to simplify the lives of the managers, because scheduling is such a time-consuming task,” said Tony Quintal, senior director of financial analysis at Sharon, ...
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