Are you on track to reach your restaurant’s goals? Do you have a system in place to help you and your staff reach them?
If you answered “No,” a solid performance management system can make your job much, much easier.
What is a Performance Management System?
A performance management system is defined as “a proactive system of managing employee performance for driving individuals and organizations towards desired performance and results.”
Yowza. That sounds complicated, doesn’t it? It’s really not though.
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