Incorporating a food safety checklist into your health and safety program not only keeps you compliant and protects the brand from claims, lawsuits, and other headaches but also encourages staff to act appropriately. “The audit process itself becomes a driver for people to not only comply, but to actually have the right behaviors and be … Continue reading Food Safety Checklist
To assist multi-unit retailers starting or improving their retail audit program, Compliant IA regularly publishes how-to guides, best practices and checklists. Use this sample Drive-thru Checklist to create or update your drive-thru inspection program across your retail locations. You can pick-up dinner, grab a coffee, do your banking and, at least in Las Vegas...get married … Continue reading Drive-Thru Checklist
I have a bone to pick with some of my favorite QSR brands. It’s not the menu. It’s not the service. It’s not the seating, the parking lot nor the drive-thru. Quick service restaurants have obviously poured money, systems and processes in key areas and it shows. But when nature calls, or when I want … Continue reading Great Sandwich. Lousy Washrooms.
A retail audit system helps multi-unit retailers achieve store-level compliance with operational, service and merchandising standards. How can retail audits help Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs) and why do QSRs need retail audits? Here are 10 years why QSRs industry needs retail audits. 1. Health and safety When preparing and serving food, compliance with standards and … Continue reading Why do Quick Service Restaurants Need Retail Audits?
Paper is arguably an easy target. We are still waiting for the paper-less office that was promised decades ago. In the last 20 years, technology has enabled an exponential growth in communications and with it, the amount of information that eventually gets printed. Realizing it's an easy target, we do not want to attack paper … Continue reading Are you Still Doing Retail Audits on Paper?
District manager-led audits focus on the process A mystery shopping program and district manager audits ultimately address different needs and have vastly different outcomes. A district manager audit essentially amounts to “quality assurance”. Using retail audit software, the district manager follows a compliance process that is regular and actionable. The visit is meant to be educational … Continue reading Mystery Shopping vs. Retail Audit