FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

The food and beverage industry has to keep up with the discriminating taste and demands of clients. With so much pressure, employee turnover is significantly higher compared to other industries. To make things more complicated, businesses perpetually cope with understaffing while making money the fastest time possible.

Well, calm down and breathe! Let QuickHR’s award-winning food and beverage software systems be your partner in simplifying the complicated process. Our expertise in streamlining all F&B processes results in overall manageability, order, synchronicity, cost-efficiency, and profitability. Keep your cool and let our HR solutions software take care of the rest.

IF ONLY TIME CAN BE CAPTURED

Yes, it can- thanks to our staff scheduling software! F&B employees’ clock in/clock out times are captured complete with photo and location tagging. You are assured that employees are where they are supposed to be from start to the end of their shift. This way, you are assured that you are accurately paying them for the hours they worked.

LEARN, ENRICH, PROGRESS AND PROSPER

QuickHR lets you be in charge of your employees’ continuous learning process. Go ahead, make them frontrunners of the industry through our industry-specific food and beverage software! All you need is to simply incorporate your desired training/upskill program, otherwise, our third-party integration comes to play. Be proud as QuickHR will help you produce outstanding people with strict adherence to impeccable quality of service at all times.

AM I IN OR OUT?

Good question. You need to scrutinize who to hire. With the industry’s high turnover rate, employees come and go. However, you shouldn’t get people onboard just to fill the vacant slots. Assess your staff to ensure that they are up for the rigors of the industry and have the skills needed to thrive. Let QuickHR help you through our advanced system analytics to determine those who fit your strict requirements. Hiring or rejecting becomes factual and data-driven which is how it should be.