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How to have the right number of waiters for a high quality service
How many times have you seen a client waving impatiently, trying to get the waiter’s attention? In a busy restaurant, it's difficult for the waiters to be aware of all the clients’ requests.
At a table with multiple clients, orders are not always placed at the same time. This complicates the job of managing and delivering them.
Also, when big groups show up at your restaurant, they monopolize the waiter's attention and you tend to sacrifice the quality of service for other customers.
This leads to confusion, delays and, ultimately, to unhappy customers.