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p490019
Mar 06, 2022
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Additionally, employees are advised not to touch their masks once they are on and if an employee does, they "must wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after touched masks on his face". By ensuring that employees follow these health guidelines, you also put your customers at ease and make them feel that you respect and care about everyone's health. As a restaurant owner, you also need to make sure employees wash their hands regularly and follow good hygiene practices. For example, ask employees to wash their hands “before, during and after preparing food; after touching trash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and increase supervision to ensure adherence”. Gloves should also email list be worn by employees taking out trash bags or handling trash, handling service items that have been used or are soiled with food, or when cleaning or sterilizing surfaces. Remind employees to cover their mask with a tissue if they cough or sneeze or to “use the inside of their elbow” and wash their hands immediately afterwards. Ensure that items frequently touched or shared by employees and customers are cleaned and disinfected regularly. For example, “ doorknobs, cash registers, workstations, sink handles, bathroom stalls” should all be cleaned at least once a day to prevent the transmission of germs. In addition, tables, bars, counters, trays and condiment holders should be cleaned after each use. Good ventilation is also very important when it comes to reducing the risk of transmission in restaurants. Open windows and "increase the total air supply to occupied spaces, where possible".
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p490019
Mar 06, 2022
In General Discussions
As a retail operations manager, you worry that all branch managers have the right planograms, sell sheets, procedures, etc. This usually involves having to type them up, print them out, and then drive to distribute them to each branch. Printing costs you a lot of money, time and is simply inefficient. Sellers should read these sheets, ensure they are up to date with the latest sales or new launches. Assistants often refer to sheets when a customer asks for the price of the item for sale. The problem arises when you have only printed one sheet per branch. You often wonder if your assistants have even read it. Employees often spend time trying to find it, whether under a desk, with another phone number list assistant or, in the worst case, missing. When a client approaches and the assistant hasn't read it yet, it becomes clear and ends up being very unprofessional. Connecteam Tip: You can reduce costs and gain efficiencies when it comes to product launches and sales. Instead of driving around for hours wondering if employees even read the sheet, open the Connecteam app and upload all your documents to the knowledge base. Every employee has access to the application from a desktop or any mobile device anytime, anywhere. They don't have to bother looking for the sheet because all the information is in their back pocket. You can also track who has read it, and you can send a direct message via chat to any employee who hasn't read it yet. Currently, if the supplier informs you of a defective product, you must call each store and inform them of the latest changes. Your sales manager should then locate all staff and update them with salesperson instructions. You end up spending half your day calling all the store managers, and if they're busy, the end customer suffers. Especially if they walk into the store and the assistant has no idea what the customer wants. Connecteam tip: Retail operations managers no longer need to call every branch for updates.
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