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A restaurant management candidate is often shocked to learn that community college only prepares them for entry level positions. The next ten years will define where you will go in your career. They will either be spent preparing you for a five-figure career, or spent hanging with your friends. You, and you alone will set… Read more »

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This article continues the recruitment firm’s geckohospitality, series of career coaching articles published assist restaurant manager candidates when job hunting. As the demand for restaurant managers continues to exceed the supply, opportunities increase. This article is designed to help you use social media as a marketing tool, and not how to clean a social media… Read more »

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Have you heard the statement that ‘they didn’t hear what I said’. This happens more often than you think in a job interview, or on a phone interview. The problem is, the interviewer has no intention of clarifying the situation. It is your responsibility to ‘say what you mean, and mean what you say.’ The… Read more »

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Few people worry about problems that kill their career until they find themselves in the same job for 10 years, or they were fired from a position they felt secure in. A  successful Restaurant Manager follow certain habits. This includes preventing problems before they start. Successful people also believe that you cannot fail until you… Read more »

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Understanding the realities of a job search can help managers transitioning into an executive job prepare for their job transition. Moving from hospitality management, to a general manager or executive management position is a different process than candidates are familiar with. 1. Time Commitment A job search is a full-time job, even with a strong… Read more »