Production dates, yields, customers, inspectors, food safety, regulations, payroll, human resources, the books — there never seems to be enough time in the day. Throw all that work in with ensuring employees are properly and consistently trained and a person is looking at a monster of a daily schedule. But when an employee does not have proper training or direction, business strategies can go awry.
To prevent this, continual, consistent and focused training is necessary to facilitate accuracy of projections, operations and food safety. It can be difficult in the moment of daily production to slow down and explain reasoning, especially when everyone involved is working as fast as they can. After all, the higher the production, the more revenue rolls in.