Job Seeker MUST KNOW Advice and Tips with Jeremy Nichols

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Are you struggling with how to STAND OUT as a candidate in the current “new normal” that the hospitality industry is facing? Jeremy Nichols shares his MUST KNOW advice and tips for job seekers in this situation. Florida’s Top Hospitality Recruiter, Jeremy Nichols, takes time on a daily basis to help people in his network… Read more »

Gecko Hospitality Attends the New England Club Managers Association’s Annual Business Expo

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  On January 13, 2020 Franchise Partner Evan Kaplan, along with Recruiter Sara Sheiffele, had the pleasure of representing Gecko Hospitality at the New England Club Managers Association’s annual Business Expo. The expo was held at the beautiful Andover Country Club in Andover, MA and hosted by Francisco Ventura, CCM, and Boyd Holk, CCM, CCE…. Read more »

Boost Your Career at These Upcoming Hospitality Conferences

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Conferences for hotel and hospitality professionals are an excellent way to keep current on — and even a step ahead of — new developments relating to industry trends, technologies, guest expectations, sales and marketing, and more. If you’re a career hotel staffer, or you’re looking to break into a management or other senior-level positions, attending… Read more »

Why Qualified Managers Are Not Hired

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Qualified managers, especially in the hospitality industry, then you need to understand why you are not hired for jobs you want.  We asked professionals here, at www.geckohospitality.com, to created a list of the reasons a recruiter may turn down a qualified Candidate. Image is Everything When you walk into the interview does your image fit the… 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 »

Restaurant Manager Resume 101: Get the Job – And Paid Well

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If you want to be a manager in the hospitality industry 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. Your resume is more than a list of skills. It is your… Read more »

You Blew The Job Interview

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It is difficult to handle rejection. If you cannot accept that then you have probably already hit the job ceiling. Successful people learn to handle rejection. ‘The road to success is paved with failures.’ The job interview is not fair. It is not meant to be, and many times the wrong candidate is hired, for… Read more »

Management Job Interview: How Not to Answer Interview Questions

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Many Management Candidates lose a job not by what they say, but how they present their information. There is more to communication than the words you speak. It is an overall package. Management Candidates should be able to express themselves using their facial expressions, body language, and listening skills, as well as their vernacular and… Read more »

What You Need to Know About the Salary History Bans

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There are currently nine US cities, states, and territories that have banned (or soon may ban) salary inquiries from the interview and hiring process. Historically, a candidate was asked for their desired salary or salary range at some point during the interview process. These salary history bans make a direct inquiry with a candidate about… Read more »

How To Build A Hospitality Career After College

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Campus career development services have changed dramatically over the years. This service used to be offered to seniors before graduation but has now shifted to career counselors working with first-year students. However, there are still plenty of graduates who don’t understand how to take what they’ve learned and build a career. This is either because… Read more »