There are many different ways to create the perfect (better yet, ideal) environment for your food truck employees. With that said, everyone’s situation is different, to say the least. We got you some tips from foodtruckr.com to create better environment for your employees! Scroll down for more!
Conducting regular maintenance on your pick up truck will allow you to catch problems early on before they become bigger problems and really put a dent in your wallet. Here we collected some tips about truck maintenance for you! Check it out!
The point of a job interview is to make sure the candidate has the necessary skills to do the work in your food truck. But aside from references, how can you determine if a potential employee actually knows what they claims to know?
What do you consider when thinking about a successful food truck? A truck that always has full lines each time it parks or one that consistently brings in a good profit? There is a fine between running a profitable food truck and one that costs more money to run than it brings in. The key is to become a cost effective food truck!
Ready to start a food truck business? Before you run out and quit your day job to jump into the mobile food industry, take a moment to think about this major decision. While becoming a mobile food vendor is an exciting endeavor, it’s just not for everyone.
Preventing burns is important while working in the food truck. Food truck employees experience a high number of burns compared to most employment sectors. Cooks and service window staff are listed among the top occupations at risk for on-the-job burn injury.