So, I just bought my first business and am looking for some tips from current business owners. It’s a pizza shop that does 1 mil+ a year, so it is fairly busy most of the time. I guess my biggest question to fellow redditors would be, what should I focus on first? Things I have noticed is the inventory control is terrible, bad products not tracked, voided tickets not tracked, employee meals not tracked. Secondly, the night shift manager who closes 5 nights a week is more someone who knows the duties but has no manager qualities, the culture seems to be kind of do whatever/whenever, and milking the clock seems to be going on a lot. I have a GM who only closes 2 nights a week and has sundays off. I worked the business for 6 years, so I know how to do most of the tasks, and some of things I see I just can’t believe. I know myself and can’t stand a dickhead manager, so how do you teeter that line with people? It seems like a lot of employees have been able to do whatever for a while and I want to give everyone a chance to be a better employee before having to use discipline. I’m thinking I need to focus on management first and then can worry about inventory, products, etc after that. I haven’t had the chance to have an employee meeting yet, and I was thinking that would be the best way to get everyone on the same page. I want the culture to be fun, but also work comes first. I’m just feeling a little overwhelmed at the moment and thought give you guys a try.