Let’s face it, the pandemic has brought more ripples than we wanted during 2021. We have to start planning and prepared for 2022—who knows if more pandemic ripples will be joining us this year or not. Restaurants have to consider what is best for their business moving forward.
More workers become unhappy with their current working conditions; and their wages they have while being on the frontline. Places can become understaffed quickly when workers have to take time off for contracting an illness too.It might be time to consider moving forward by taking advantage of technology to help us through these tough, unstable times.
Having more workers possibly be replaced with automated processes in the face of a machine or ‘robot’ might be something to look into. Robots can’t contract human illnesses, and it reduces the need for health regulations put into place for smaller working spaces such as kitchens also. As long as the product is working as intended, this would bring more reliability into the workplace.
This might be the first time you have heard such a thing. It is exactly what it sounds like. A machine that is programmed to cook your meals without much help from a human. It is easier to show you.
Of course only some robot-production companies such as Moley have dedicated work into this area. This would take a lot of time to get this integrated in a cost-effective way. But perhaps this is food for thought for what the future may look like. It’s time to consider these factors if you want your business to reliably thrive no matter the environment.
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