One of the best ways to articulate your skills, experience, knowledge, and overall worth in today's competitive job market is to create a personal brand that helps you stand out in the crowd.
The term branding has long been relegated to companies, but today almost every individual professional has a personal brand. The question is if you choose to guide and cultivate the brand or to let it be defined on your behalf.
Would you like for example to send your c.v. to companies that you want to apply to … or to let the companies discover you? Both ways are right.
Is your job search off to a slow start or getting stuck? Here are some time-saving job search tips that will help your hunt for a new job go better
Many small companies would be very positive in hiring a young chef. The high expenses of a Hotel start up or the financial crisis are reasons that could lead a Hotel Company or an individual restaurant to hire a "young chef"
When we travel to a Hotel, we like to make sure the food is thoroughly cooked, the cocktails are ice cold and the service staff is friendly and well trained.
Food and beverage managers are the leaders in the back and the front of house in all the outlets that serve food or drinks.
Responsible for the overall operation for the outlets, food and beverage managers hire staff, purchase food and stock, and make sure everyone is trained on proper food preparation, proper and legal alcoholic beverage service, kitchen safety techniques and understand health standards. Food and beverage managers make sure that the company is represented correctly and that the company's standards are upheld.
Every year millions of people get sick from food, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Nothing you can do will ever guarantee 100% protection against food-borne illness, but there are some simple precautions that help to reduce your risk.
Restaurant management isn’t for everyone. The frenetic pace and constant pressure can be overwhelming for many people. Effective restaurant managers need to balance the needs of staff, customers and the business while dealing with the problems that pop-up on a daily basis
The first impression you make on a potential employer is the most important one. The first judgement an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing. That's why it's always important to dress appropriately for a job interview.
We all know that we seem to have more energy, less stress, more creativity, and achieve more when we are happy !
Creating a workplace filled with happy people isn’t as difficult as you might think. And it isn’t about salary increases. In fact, research confirms that salary is never the primary reason people leave jobs – they leave jobs first and foremost because they feel under-valued or unappreciated
Content marketing got a major boost with LinkedIn’s publishing platform !
LinkedIn content has huge exposure.
When an article is published on LinkedIn, it gets massive amounts of views. One of LinkedIn’s major advantages is that it reaches audiences with narrow focuses. By delivering content to these niche audiences, writers can swiftly communicate to a targeted audience in record time.
They are the most valuable asset in any business. So think of how to retain your best staff instead of chasing the digits in the corporate outstanding accomplishment.
As a matter of fact, it is not difficult to retain your staff as long as you are willing to pay efforts in keeping them around you. After all they are the ones to earn money for you and help with the growth of your business. Below are some tips for you to retain your staff
Vassilios Canellos is a Hospitality Professional Hospitality Professional with more than 20 years of experience in leading service staff, managing teams and ensuring food safety standards, procedures and processes are followed. During this time, he's coached and mentored emerging talents, shared knowledge with several teams and spoken at Hotel industry events.