From restaurants to hotels, success in your business means customers. The more customers that walk through your doors, the higher your potential risk is. Each guest has capacity to accidentally break a beer bottle in a pool or slip and fall from a spill at your restaurant. There should be internal controls in place to handle guest accidents and ensure customer safety. Small things, such as closer management of property and resources, can prevent incidents like this from happening in the first place.
Employee turnover has always been a high risk. As the economy improves, employees will have more options and are more likely to get poached by competitors. At RJD Risk Management, we work with you to develop strategies that improve employee retention so you can keep your star employees.
We understand that handling risk factors in the hospitality industry is a full-time job and you may know where to start with looking at coverage. That’s why we’re here. Before even looking for coverage, our advisors work with you to uncover all your potential risk factors and provide ongoing strategies to help mitigate the damage to your bottom line. If you don’t regularly evaluate your risk factors, your company will continuously be open to lawsuits and other threats that can put your business in jeopardy.