Build a Working Relationship with a Recruiter

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One of the best Career Development tools a management candidate can possess is a recruiter who is on their side. Unfortunately, most candidates do not learn this until they are well into their career, and have lost opportunities that could have launched them into six figure jobs. Developing ‘You’ as Management Candidate A management career… Read more »

Hospitality Manager Job – Survive vs Well Paid

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If you want to be a hospitality manager then you need to take off the rose-colored glasses and take a hard look at the job- not as a worker sees it, but as the owners and investors see it. Financial Planning There is a reason why a financial manager can earn a median of $117,000 and… Read more »

Most Lucrative Jobs – Hospitality industry

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Hospitality Industry updated Salary expectation for an experienced professional. Casino General Manager – $211,167 Experience Level: 12+ years Education: Bachelor’s degree recommended but not required A Casino General Manager must be familiar with the different concepts, practices, and procedures of the field. They rely on their experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals. Regional… Read more »

How to March Into a New Career

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How to March Into a New Career The Job Posting In order to know if you’ll love your new career,  make sure the company that posted the job is legitimate. The first thing you should do is make sure the company or the job posting is not a scam. Search the company and if they… Read more »

Thumbs Up- Shout Out!

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We are so proud of our Recruiter Stacy Lutz for placing Tony Chan in his new career as a General Manager at Tim Ho Wan in New York! Our candidates are not just numbers to us! Our candidate’s testimonials speak volume as to how we care and place them in a forever career! This is… Read more »

Are You Ready To Love Your Job?

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Are You Ready To Love Your Job? 69 percent of job seekers would not take a job with a company that has a bad reputation–even if unemployed The average time spent at work is 40 hours a week, so why not find a career that you love? When you are happy and love your job,… Read more »

Sometimes Money Does Buy Love

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Sometimes Money Does Buy Love Show Me The Money Valentine’s Day is the 2nd busiest time for restaurants, the 1st is Mother’s Day. For Valentine’s Day, about 81% of reservations are made for two people, this means it can get a little crowded! Americans are expected to spend about $20 billion on everything that is… Read more »

New Job Jitters

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New Job Jitters The first day at a new job may seem scary but don’t panic! New job jitters are common and are easy to overcome. Following these steps, you should feel more prepared for the new job ahead. Preparing You just got the hospitality job you wanted and you want to celebrate, just don’t… Read more »

Trends In The Hospitality Industry: Hotels

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100 Years Of Trends In The Hospitality Industry: Hotel Edition Hotels have gone through many trends over 100 years. In each decade, styles change and hotels try to stay on top creating the most up-to-date looks. Styles go in and out in the blink of an eye. Here is a look at the evolution of… Read more »

How To Maximize Profit During The Holiday Season In The Restaurant Industry

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How To Maximize Profit During The Holiday Season In The Restaurant Industry For many businesses, the holiday season is a make or break period. It’s a big mistake to start prepping for the busiest time of the year only a month or two in advance. It is never too early to start preparing your restaurant… Read more »