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A manager who applies for a management job may not  be ready to do the job. They feel they can do the job because they manage the day to day tasks. They deal with employees, write reports, and do what they perceive as the manager, or general manager’s job. You Accept No For an Answer… Read more »

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A restaurant manager lands a job, or lose it, by the time the employer finishes reading their resume objective. To understand how to properly write a resume a restaurant management candidate needs to understand how why the restaurant has posted the job. Most management jobs can be completed by administrators at a fraction of the… Read more »

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Any management candidate will tell you that the skill set needed to land a five figure job has changed in the last decade. Even entry level support management positions have changed.  Twenty years ago managers did paperwork, and made sure quotas were met. The hospitality industry has seen the greatest evolution of the manager. The… Read more »

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The brain picks up nonverbal cues faster than verbal ones. A job interview is the last place you want to give the interviewer the wrong impression. In the hospitality industry we rarely have more than a moment to gain a customer’s trust. If you cannot speak with your body in a job interview then you… Read more »