Restaurant Management 101: How to Handle Employee Poaching

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If you want to stand out at a qualified restaurant management candidate to a job interview, then you need to do more than memorize lists of questions from the internet. You need to be able to discuss serious issues that can cause a successful restaurant to spin out of control, like employee poaching, handling toxic… Read more »

Restaurant Managers 101: Immigration Compliance in the Hospitality Industry

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Are restaurant managers liable? Derek Brenner, the acting director for Homeland Security Investigations at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), recently stated: “This year, … you’re going to see more and more of these … large-scale compliance inspections, just for starters. It’s not going to be limited to large companies or any particular industry…. It’s going… Read more »

How to Keep GenZ Working in Your Restaurant

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In 2018, The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and the Center for Generational Kinetics have taken a closer look into Gen Z and their professional expectations.  The results were positive for hotel and restaurant managers. GenZ is ready to fill positions that are difficult to fill. But, keeping them long term may be easier than… Read more »

Restaurant Manager’s Opinion of Gen Z’s Work Ethic

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Everyone is talking about the Millennials, leaving Generation Z another ‘invisible’ generation. If you are born between 1995 and 2019, restaurant managers are offering some tips to help you land a job in the hospitality industry, or keep GenZ from leaving your restaurant or hotel for another job. The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and… Read more »

Negotiating the Manager, or Director’s Employment Agreement

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The hospitality industry relies heavily on recruiters. So, it is likely that you will have assistance with your employment agreement, from your recruiter, when negotiating your contract. A competitive negotiating style may help the company negotiate a commercial agreement. But, that is counter-productive when negotiating an executive’s employment agreement. The company has already invested time,… Read more »

Manager Job Interview: You Can Stand Out

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There are many ways that a restaurant manger can stand out in the job interview. This blog has covered this topic, but I wanted to cover some of the more unexpected ways to stand out. Ignore Online Blogs Too many online blogs repeat the same information. This repetition makes it seem like they know the… Read more »

Immigration Compliance in the Hospitality Industry

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Recruiters handle most management hiring in the hospitality industry. Trying to find your next hospitality job without a recruiter can leave you in danger of a career crash. Derek Brenner, the acting director for Homeland Security Investigations at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), recently stated: “This year, … you’re going to see more and more… Read more »

Hospitality Recruiter Round Table – Job Interview Mistakes

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  We recently had a very enlightening round table discussion between our restaurant recruiters. After the restaurant.org released their new facts about the restaurant industry and the influx of genZ workers into the hospitality industry,  it was important to take a look at how this impacts job interviews, and recruiters’’ expectations. What is most important,… Read more »

Job Interview Tools for Managers: Employee Handbook

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Job Interview Tools: Employee Handbook One of the best ways to win a job interview is by showing your skills, not just telling what you can do. It also leaves something tangible other than your resume. The first rule of thumb is offer, but do not force. This is not the time to be pushy…. Read more »