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Monthly Archives: May 2016

How to survive the minimum wage hike

May 25, 2016

Picking up where we left off last week, we will be looking into the consequences and resulting effects that could come from the new minimum wage law. Last week, we looked into the facts and benefits of the new $15 minimum wage law. Click on the link to catch up on our previous article. Research that has been completed over the past several decades, suggests raising the minimum wage has little negative impact on overall employment. Problem is, most past wage hikes have been relatively modest, and there is no data to confidently predict what might happen following the kinds of increases now planned for the state California. California is increasing it’s minimum wage from $10 to $15. That is a 50% jump. Although these wouldContinue Reading …

Top 5 Podcasts To Make You A Better Restaurateur

May 20, 2016

In the restaurant world, we never had a lot of down time to keep abreast of all the different technology advances, leadership seminars, know-how lessons, business best practice articles, or the like. As the Restaurant Technology Guys, however, we’re here to help cut out some of the noise of all the podcasts that are out there to make you a lean, mean, restaurant-business machine. Why Podcasts? We love podcasts because of how flexible they are. You can listen to them in just about any setting. Sitting in traffic? Switch on a podcast and turn your commute into a free classroom session. Walking the dog alone? Unless you’re one of those people that talk to their dog and think it’s talking back, you’re going to haveContinue Reading …

The $15 Minimum Wage: 4 Things You NEED To Know Now.

May 19, 2016

California is the site of a bold economic experiment and her businesses and citizens are the guinea pigs. Last month, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed in to law, the minimum wage increase from $10 to $15 by year 2022. And we, the Restaurant Technology Guys, are here to talk you through it. We are going to break down all this information into four separate articles: the facts and benefits, possible disruptions and consequences, how the wage increase will affect restaurants and how the increase will affect customers. Here’s what you should know: California’s minimum wage is now $10. Unions say that is less than $21,000 a year for a full-time worker. Last year, the Los Angeles city council voted to increase its minimum wageContinue Reading …

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