In today's survival of the fittest, are you doing all that you can to stay lean and mean? We scouted around for some ideas to trim the fat, and here's what we found. 1. It's always a no-brainer, but get a better handle on labor costs. Labor is a huge line item, so even small changes can make an impact on the bottom line. Shelley Lindgren, partner/wine director of A16 and SPQR in San Francisco, manages clock-out times at the end of shifts. “Since San Francisco has the highest hourly wage in ...
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