If your business is trying to find creative ways to shore up your bottom line, there’s one place you may not have considered—the dumpster.
Profit margins are always slim in the restaurant business, and 2020 was especially rough. Some restaurants did not survive, and many that did are in dire straits. Are you throwing away profits without even realizing it?
Is starting a hotel preventive maintenance program worth not having to call in expensive experts during an emergency? In the long term, yes.
Benjamin Franklin famously said, “A stitch in time saves nine.” The saying is about taking steps now to prevent problems in the future. More often than not, big issues start as little ones, so taking time to resolve little issues before they become big ones can save time, effort, and, most importantly to your hotel property: money. The stitch, in this case, is preventative maintenance.
Oak barrel-aged beer. Is there any other combination of words better than this?
For many beer lovers, the answer is a definitive NO! Today, we’re breaking down the science behind beer aged in barrels and how barrel-aged beer is the (near) magical result of a scientific process we still don’t fully understand. From brewers to beer lovers (especially craft), barrel-aged beer is something special. It’s become relatively common to see breweries offering limited-release barrel-aged editions of their brews, whether flagship, one-off, or collaborative.
Sanitation is a major concern when it comes to eldercare.
It’s never easy to maintain nursing home sanitation. Caring for elderly and disabled residents requires exceptionally high care home cleaning standards and constant attention to detail. But strict adherence to nursing home cleaning procedures can result in healthier resident outcomes and fewer health issues for staff.
In senior care, good staffing is crucial. Your staff is on the frontlines, interfacing with residents and caring for their physical and emotional wellbeing.
But finding good, trustworthy employees can be a challenge. Senior care requires a special type of person, one who’s empathetic, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile. Here’s how to attract and hold onto top talent when staffing for senior care.
Sustainable hotel practices are on the rise, and your business will benefit by joining the ranks of these greener lodging establishments.
Going green can mean a lot of significant changes to your hotel or a few eco-friendly adjustments that add up—even a little goes a long way. Today’s consumer cares about the ethics of businesses they engage with. Set yourself apart from the competitions by appealing to the growing number of sustainability savvy travelers.
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.
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.