Luxury. Relaxation. Escape. Travel influencers share carefully curated photos of these concepts on their social media accounts, beckoning their followers with wanderlust.
These gorgeous fantasy photos create a longing, a yearning—FOMO, fear of missing out on these fantastic experiences. For those in the hospitality industry, travel influencers and hotels are a natural fit. If you want to get noticed online, tap into the power of travel influencers.
The stress of senior isolation and loneliness has always been a major concern in long-term care.
In 2020, the issue became especially prevalent, but isolation and loneliness can have detrimental effects on the elderly, even in the best of times. As adults get older, many have fewer and fewer social ties or opportunities to build social connections. Here’s how senior care professionals can help.
Every food manufacturer hates to think about a food product recall, but planning is the key to prevention.
Should your facility find out there’s a problem with a product, how do you handle a food product recall? Having a clear plan in place and thinking out the “worst-case scenario” will help you identify and shore up any weak spots in your current process. Expect the best, but plan for the worst to ensure that should you ever experience a food product recall, you can handle it quickly, efficiently, and as painlessly as possible.
The pandemic has been a struggle for many small businesses, especially those that operate on a shoestring like bakeries.
But like others in the hospitality industry, bakeries have found new ways to reach their customers and adapt. Here are some of the powerful lessons we’ve learned over the last year and how bakery owners can hold onto and apply these lessons as we move forward.
You’ve probably seen the commercials and heard the consumer demand—plant-based proteins are having a moment.
Celebrities like Billie Eilish, Beyonce, Katy Perry, and Benedict Cumberbatch have toted the health and environmental benefits of going plant-based. Even fast-food restaurants are getting in on the veggie train by offering Impossible Burgers and Beyond Meat options on their menus. The plant-based section of grocery stores is growing and thriving. So what do food manufacturers need to consider when trying to keep up with the trend?
So you’re considering updating your restaurant POS (point of sale) system? There are plenty of options out there when you’re ready.
But what do you really need? How can you find the best system for your team? How do you deal with the disruption to your service in the meantime? Here’s what you need to know about surviving your restaurant POS system update—from knowing when it’s time to update, to choosing the best system, to scheduling the rollout.
2020 was a year we’ll always remember. It’s the year we all learned (way too much) about Coronavirus.
For many gym owners, it meant temporarily shutting down and battling through some challenging-but-useful lessons as we learned to move forward. Now that we’ve adjusted to pandemic life, how can gym owners hang onto these lessons and continue to keep gym patrons healthy and safe in the future, no matter what challenges come our way?
One of the myths of senior living is that it’s lonely and isolated. For many seniors, living alone can be much more challenging and solitary.
Still, even at the most interactive, engaging senior living facilities, the importance of social interaction for seniors shouldn’t be overlooked. Loneliness and social isolation in the elderly can be detrimental to their mental and even physical health and wellbeing. Foster social connections for seniors by helping them discover ways to connect with family and friends. They may even make some new social connections along the way!
Everyone loves a day at the salon or a trip to the spa.
Spas and salons are places where clients can relax, forget their cares, and focus on feeling good. When wellness is your business, you may assume the focus equates to healthy employees, too. But as any spa owner knows, keeping employees happy and healthy is a challenge for every business. When employees are well, customers receive better service and leave more content. Keep your staff focused on health with these steps.
It’s no secret that climate change is slowly having an impact on food production and distribution.
Even if we look at the past few years, natural disasters like the California forest fires and record-breaking hurricane seasons can significantly impact food distribution and growers. Here’s how food production and manufacturing can take steps to mitigate their effects on climate change and find ways to keep moving forward.
Hot water is critical to health, sanitation and safety in general, but it’s especially vital to the industries we serve, many of whom are essential businesses.
As our customers remain operational during these unprecedented times, so does Reliable Water Services, ensuring our customers are still able to get 24/7 service whenever they need it. And we are working with our entire supply chain to do so safely.