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 »
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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 »
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 »
What went wrong? There are several errors that can affect the outcome of an interview.
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.
One of the most frustrating aspects of the job hiring process is applying for jobs that the job interviewer does not believe you’re not qualified to hold. In many cases, you may have already held this job position. You can do the job. There are many resta
A restaurant manager needs to balance the corporate accountability side of their job, with the social side. Above them are investors, business owners, and general managers. Most of these people have a university BS or equal training. They network with peo