As you consider which restaurant you’d like to start a career in, you may come across the many different types of establishments. The work and pay will be different at each, so we thought we’d give you a quick rundown of what each service type is and what you can expect.
Crafting a strong resume is the first step in attaining the employment you’ve always wanted. Don’t just slap it together; instead, take the time to do it right with these helpful tips!
Chef Paul Sorgule of Harvest America Ventures blog just released an open letter to young chefs who are soon to graduate their culinary programs and venture out into their career. The letter states 20 pieces of advice that you may or may not have heard before, but regardless are worth repeating.
Returning to work after suspension can be awkward, uncomfortable, and difficult to manage. But with these helpful tips, you’ll come back from suspension like a boss!
Job searching, while you’re still employed, takes a more delicate approach than job searching when you aren’t currently working. These do’s and don’t’s will help make the process simpler.
The 35-year old TIPS training program covers the legal responsibilities of establishments, the effects of alcohol on people, and various customer-friendly ways to provide alcohol service in a responsible manner. It also gives you a chance to practice some ways of dealing with real-life scenarios.