How to Prove You Are a Qualified Manager

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Most of the resumes submitted to job websites, and forwarded for management jobs, are from unqualified candidates. All professionals want to move up the job ladder. But reaching too high, too quickly can leave candidates feeling less valuable, or unqualified for the job. Before walking away, take the time to assess where you are on… Read more »

Summer on Your Mind? Improve Your Work-Life Balance Now!

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Summer has arrived, and longer days and thoughts of family vacations, beach trips, and barbecues make it hard to focus on work. These distractions are a clue that it’s time to improve your work-life balance, something often overlooked in today’s competitive work climate. It’s difficult to juggle personal time and professional responsibilities, and easy to… Read more »

3 Long-Term Benefits of Working With a Hospitality Recruiter

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In the hospitality industry, people are everything. Superior employees with outstanding aptitude and attitudes help ensure your organization thrives. A hospitality recruiter helps you find top-tier talent, whether you have an opening for an executive, chef, or sales manager. Reasons to Work With a Hospitality Recruiter The benefits of working with a hospitality recruiter go… Read more »

How to Prove You Are a Qualified Manager

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Most of the resumes submitted to job websites, and forwarded for management jobs, are from unqualified candidates. All professionals want to move up the job ladder. But reaching too high, too quickly can leave candidates feeling less valuable, or unqualified for the job. Before walking away, take the time to assess where you are on… 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 »

What Can We Learn From the Recent Airline Incident?

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What Can We Learn From the Recent Airline Passenger Incident? A great deal. I am not pointing fingers at anyone, or any business. I was saddened to see the passenger treated the way he was. It has horrific. I am sure very few of us have been in such a situation, either as someone in… Read more »

March Your Way To A Pay Raise

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March Your Way To A Pay Raise   Know Your Value The first thing you should do is build your case as to why you deserve this pay raise. Prepare yourself to make a list of your accomplishments and specific contributions to the company. You can create a portfolio and showcase your work, or use… Read more »

The New Best Career Path – Hospitality Industry?

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Mid-Level Managers and University grads often pigeon-hole the hospitality industry as a place where you work while putting yourself through university, or to fill resume gaps. This leaves some of the best talent missing some good career advancement moves. Your career doesn’t need to stall. Robert Krzak, www.geckohospitality.com shares some insights that will prevent holes… Read more »

Are You Ready To Love Your Hospitality 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 »