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 »
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The hospitality industry is one of the few in North America where you can earn in excess of $75 000 without needing a Masters or Doctorate in Management and Business Studies. While a formal education is a must for some jobs at the general manager level, and above, many successful managers have worked their way… Read more »
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 »
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 »
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 »
What to do when a candidate rejects the initial salary offer? Unfortunately, a candidate does not always accept the first salary offer. But thankfully, there are ways to manage through this roadblock. Here are three options on how to handle these types of situations. • Stick with it. Your first option is always to stick… Read more »
Many candidates who wish to take the next step in their Hospitality Management careers submit their usual resumes to recruitment agencies, but then wonder why they are not being invited to attend any interviews.
Job interviews can be a nerve-racking experience but it is important to try and retain your composure by being fully prepared in order to prove that you are the right person for the Restaurant Management position.
Employment Branding is a new trend where companies leverage the stickiness of content marketing and social media to send a powerful corporate message that attracts a better level of manager.