Reopening Successfully, Part 1 – How to Manage Labor

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As states begin to relax shelter-in-place orders, operators are trying to figure out how to reopen safely and generate revenue at a time of uncertain demand. In this three-part series, Simplot representative Patrick O’Brien, a former restaurant owner, shares important strategies for labor management, menuing, revenue generation, and operations, to help you maximize revenue and keep your customers happy.

Government relief measures on may provide compensation and health benefit coverage for employees

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As business closures increase due to the COVID‐19 pandemic, employers are faced with questions about compensation and health benefit coverage for their employees. Government relief measures may provide compensation for businesses and individuals in certain situations.

Creating a safe and healthy culture at your center!

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You have made the decision to reopen your facility but how to you keep your most valuable asset, your team members, safe?  Bowling University has developed a series of print materials for your use in your facility.  These are NOT designed to be in guest facing areas where your guests can see them but rather in employee areas as a reminder of the steps and best practices to keep them safe and thus keeping your guest safe.

It’s Time to Reopen our Facility, but I Don’t Have ANY Team Members? Now, What?

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In the beginning of 2020, finding reliable Team Members was the single greatest challenge for many bowling centers in America during the full employment economy.  Now, as you are preparing to reopen your facility with double digit unemployment, staffing should be easy, right?