Job Post Description:  Restaurant Manager / General Manager

Posted by Proven on October 5, 2015

The Restaurant Manager is the backbone to a restaurant's operation.  The restaurant manager has a long list of responsibilities  including  hiring new employees, balancing food and drink costs, tackling administrative tasks, ordering supplies for the restaurant and much more.   

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How To Post A Job On Craigslist!

Posted by Proven on October 2, 2015


There are a few steps you need to take in order to post a Restaurant or Hospitality job on Craigslist.  Here is a helpful (visual) step-by-step guide in posting your job opening on Craigslist!  

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Craigslist Price Changes

Posted by Proven on October 1, 2015

Effective today, October 1, 2015, Craigslist has changed some of its job post prices.  Here is a list of cities/metropolitan areas that are seeing a price increase today:


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Great Interview Questions for Possible Restaurant Employees!

Posted by Proven on September 30, 2015

Once you have chosen a few applicants to interview for your restaurant or hotel job, it is time for the interview! Here are some helpful interview questions in order to learn as much about the candidate as possible in your allotted interview time!  Print it out and fill in the answers during your next interview process

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5 Ways to Keep Your Resume out of The "No Pile"

Posted by Proven on September 29, 2015

Who loves writing resumes?  Hello? Anybody?

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Best Job Boards to Find a Restaurant or Hotel Job! 

Posted by Proven on September 28, 2015

When you are looking for a restaurant or hospitality job, there are several routes you may take. Using a job board is one of the most popular ways to find a job, especially when you can access them right from your smart phone!   Here is a list of some of the best job boards you can use to find restaurant and hotel employment!  


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Job Post Descriptions: Food Runner or Food Expeditor 

Posted by Proven on September 24, 2015

In a busy restaurant, sometimes it is not enough to have the front of house and back of house connecting with each other. Food Expeditors or Food Runners are the connection between the FOH and BOH that really make a difference.  Food Runners and Food Expeditors eliminate a lot of stress and dischord by communicating information between cooks and servers.  They also make sure the food goes out at the right time looking as beautiful as the Chef intended.  

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Job Post Descriptions: Bartender and Barback  

Posted by Proven on September 23, 2015

Using our helpful Job Description Templates for Servers, Line Cooks and Sous Chefs, you have probably already hired great new employees.  Now your restaurant is so busy with the new cocktail menu that your (great) regular bartender is too overwhelmed.  What to do? 

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Job Post Descriptions: Sous Chef & Line Cook! 

Posted by Proven on September 22, 2015

Hey Restaurant Managers!  Do you need to hire but you have major writer's block?  Here are some job descriptions templates to help you get started on hiring a new Line Cook or Sous Chef!  

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Danny Meyer & Hospitality Hiring 

Posted by Proven on September 17, 2015

“Business, like life, is all about how you make people feel. It’s that simple, and it’s that hard.”

Danny Meyer, Setting the Table


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