News & Events

Posted

3 Things to Remember When Scheduling Your Restaurant Staff

Employee management is arguably one of the most challenging parts of the job. For even the best team builders, issues like scheduling can throw an unexpected crimp into an otherwise smooth day. Scheduling is hard because of the unexpected variances in employee lives; sick kids, flat tires and general life issues can get in the… Read more »

Posted

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 »

Posted

6-Reasons-It-Might-Be-Time-to-Start-Looking-for-a-New-Job

When unemployment stands at less than 4 percent, it’s time to consider all your options. That’s because employees have the power of options at their fingertips. There are simply too many jobs and not enough workers, which opens doors that may normally stay closed in a weaker economy. For employees in the hospitality field, we’ve… Read more »

Posted

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 »

Posted

Best-Tips-for-Recruiting-During-Low-Unemployment

If you are a recruiter or HR manager, you’ve already experienced the effects of low unemployment. At the end of November 2018, the unemployment rate in the U.S. was 3.7 percent. That means pretty much everyone that wanted to work had at least one job to go to. It’s challenging enough to recruit into the… Read more »

Posted

  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 »

Posted

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 »

Posted

The job interview professional has been trained to identify the management candidate with personality disorders. Unfortunately, many behaviors may make a qualified management candidate appear like they have a personality disorder. A personality will never change. A behavior can change. If you understand a little about how human resources trains job interviews to prevent bad… Read more »

Posted

Qualified management candidates are always looking for the right job, and it doesn’t matter what type of manager you are on the list below, there is a perfect job for you.  This article is designed to help management candidates who are applying for jobs. There are mistakes that you may make in a job interview… Read more »