They say, always be nice to people who bring your food! That’s as applicable for restaurant owners as it is for customers. When a new employee joins your restaurant as a waiting staff, you can’t just expect them to get to work and “get acquainted” with how your business functions on their own. Each employee deserves a proper orientation into the restaurant where they come to grips with how it is your restaurant functions, what your expectations of them are, and how they will be evaluated come judgment day! The best way to train your employees is always having a proper plan of action in place i.e. employee handbooks, job descriptions, preparedness testing and having a qualified trainer. If you think you’re ready to train the waiting staff on your own, save the hassle of hiring a trainer or promoting one from your staff and start the training yourself. Let’s look at some restaurant waiter training tips to help you do exactly that. After all, you wouldn’t want waiters in your restaurant spilling food and drinks, embarrassing you, and also costing you money in the process now would you?