Tablenow Group - Your Guide to Gaining and Retaining Employees and Customers

Posted by Laura Springer on Apr 2, 2018, 2:42:00 PM
Laura Springer

At a time when budgets are stretched further than ever, we continue to make dining out affordable for everyone. We work with thousands of restaurants across the UK, offering up to 50% off, 7 days a week. Find out how we can help you retain and reward customers and employees with a TableNow membership.

We are TableNow; a discount dining club with a difference. At a time when budgets are stretched, we continue to make dining out more affordable. With thousands of restaurants nationwide to choose from, dining out for less has never been simpler. 

Keep up to date with all the latest industry news, marketing and information regarding all things TableNow Group. 

Why TableNow is the perfect offering to employees 

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Everyone loves receiving free benefits and perks from their company. In fact, it’s often a competition between businesses to offer the best perks to attract and retain the best talent. Companies like Google and Social Chain have set the tone with their competitive benefit packages, excellent on-site facilities and fun filled offices. How can we help you stand out from the crowd?

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Want to attract new business? Start by offering customer benefits

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Want to know how to attract customers to buy your product and increase customer satisfaction? Well, according to research conducted by BankingRefunds.co.uk, almost a third of young British consumers (18-24-year olds) expect ‘perks’ from brands, and if they do, they’re more likely to stay loyal to your brand.

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Why are employee perks so important?

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With the average UK worker spending over 82,000 hours at work over the course of their lifetime, it’s critical these labour hours are nurtured. In recent years, companies are gradually learning to acknowledge this statistic, rather than deny its existence, and what it means for their business if those 82,000 hours are spent wisely. Studies after studies demonstrate the causal link between a boost in employee wellbeing and productivity.

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Experience economy: how experiences aid employee wellbeing and satisfaction 

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In recent years, there has been a rise in consumer spending on experiences, rather than possessions. The focus on ownership has shifted - people are more concerned with creating unforgettable life experiences.

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How employee data is linked to business success

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It’s no secret that HR departments across the world are sitting on data treasure troves with the potential to inform the direction of the business if opened and used correctly. Data is any HR’s most important asset. It can be used to improve decision-making, and crucially, make employees happier. Read more to learn how you can utilise data to maintain a happy workforce. 

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The top 5 weird and wonderful employee benefits

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Job perks are becoming an increasingly important factor in people’s career choices. According to careers website Glassdoor, 57% of people say perks and benefits are amongst their top considerations before joining a company. Making your employee benefit package stand out from the crowd is a sure-fire way to attract those who are focussed on attaining the best perks in the business! 

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How social media is affecting the restaurant industry 

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We are all aware of the influential impact of social media. But to what extent is it affecting what we want to do and crucially, what we want to spend our hard-earned money on? A recent study conducted by Awario suggests that social networks influence a massive 74% of consumers in their purchasing decisions, whether that be purchasing “things” or “experiences”.

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Topics: dining, food, finedining, customer benefit, employee benefit

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