Restaurant Management – Do You Have What it Takes?

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With the new information coming out of restaurant.org one might think that it isn’t difficult to become a restaurant manager. 1 million+: Restaurant locations in the United States. 7 million: Restaurant industry employees. 6 million: New restaurant jobs created by the year 2027. 10%: Restaurant workforce as part of the overall U.S. workforce. 9 in… Read more »

How Does Bill 148 Effect Hospitality Management?

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The Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, Bill 148, received Royal Assent in 2017. It’s provisions will become effective between 2018 – 2019. Some of these changes will involve extra paperwork for hospitality management. Others will cause serious disruptions in the hospitality industry, especially around holidays, or for seasonal tourist attractions. Bill 148 amends both the… Read more »

Hospitality Management: Immigration Problems in Job Hunting

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I was writing job hunting and career coaching topics for GeckoHospitality, an 18-year-old hospitality recruitment firm, and one of Forbes top recruiters, 2018. I was asked a question that is difficult to answer. What is the difference between job hunting in Canada and job hunting in the USA. The first difference is that a hospitality… Read more »

Canadian Labour code: Manager Definition

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When you apply for a job posting there is often a wide variance between different jobs assigned to managers. It can be frustrating, even when working in a recruitment firm. Are you really applying for a true manager’s job? Even if the pay is acceptable, if you are not doing a true manager’s job it… Read more »

Hospitality Management Candidate: Hospitality Law

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One of the fastest ways to tag yourself as an unqualified hospitality management candidate is to make no mention of hospitality law on your resume. It is one of the reasons why some organizations are now frowning on candidates who move up through the ranks. It is also a way to identify unqualified management candidates… Read more »