As we near the end of 2018, we like to look back at some of the most popular Gecko Hospitality blogs to figure out what trends were most important to our clients. Over the past year or so, we tackled some tough topics such as how to retain the top talent in a competitive employment… Read more »
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Diversity in the workplace still matters. This is especially true in the ultra-competitive world of restaurant food service. Having a crew of employees that encompasses a wide array of people means your customers will feel welcome, no matter their ethnicity. Offering a multilingual menu and making subtle shifts to accommodate culture can help attract a… Read more »
Tipping is an important way to supplement the income of hospitality industry workers. From the hotel concierge, housekeeping, and bellman, to the valet and restaurant server, tipping is an accepted and important part of the service industry. Each of these roles requires a certain amount of hustle, as well as strong customer service and attention… Read more »
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Attracting High Caliber Restaurant Candidates Methods of recruiting are changing. Many employers now use more modern ways of drawing the very best talent to fill positions. Wading through piles of resumes is swapped for more interaction with candidates on a personal or digital basis. Recruiters are adopting new approaches when it comes to the selection… Read more »
Gecko Hospitality is proud to announce that Kathy Radel has been chosen and awarded the Senior Recruiter Of The Quarter AND the Top Performer Award for the first Quarter of 2016
Restaurants that rely on staff working specific shifts or set hours need to have a fair and balanced scheduling system in place.
Satisfaction and fulfillment in a job depends on your personality type. There is no ΓÇÿbest’ personality type for a restaurant manager. However, each restaurant has its own demands and environment. Each is best suited to a different personality type.
Anyone can work their way up the career ladder to reach the position of restaurant manager is a challenge, and one which comes with a lot of useful skills. One of the skills that you can learn ΓÇÿoff the job’ is project management.