Schedule blocks of time for specific tasks, set goals and prioritize daily tasks, create a dedicated work space, make sure you can work without distractions and focus on time management.
Even though I find a lot of joy around this time of year, lately it seems like at every corner there is a piece of bad news you can't seem to run away from. It can certainly feel overwhelming, especially in the midst of looking for job.
For those of you who can remain calm in the middle of a storm, what strategies do you use to keep you sane while looking for a job under stressful situations? Share your tips and tricks with the rest of us! #jcpq #watercooler #motivation #resume #interview
How do I transition into fine dining or a restaurant setting where I'm getting better tips. I've worked at a brewery, pizza joints, and as a bartender, and the tips are ok. But how can I get my foot in at a nice restaurant where I can make a better living? #jobsearch
I've been looking for remote customer serving since March. You click on these sites advertised and it takes you to Amazon or FEDX. You apply and never hear back. No they don't ask your birthday anymore they can figure it out from your job history. Once they realize your a senior citizen it's over never here from anyone or the job site want you for in office jobs.
According to FDA, there are eight major allergens: Peanuts, Eggs, Dairy, Wheat, Shellfish, Fish, Soy, and Tree nuts. Dietary & allergen restrictions became the hot top topic in high-volume restaurants. State Food Safety offers accredited food safety courses that your guests can take to ensure they have the proper knowledge to protect your guests.
Most restaurant management requires their FOH employee to ask their guests about dietary & allergen restrictions.
In my experience, I came across guests who have major allergens. Sometimes they handed me to doctor's notes that listed all allergens. They usually let me know before even taking their orders. I usually discuss with the chef and make sure that I suggest safe dishes to them. As a server, I was required to add allergens to the POS system. If I miss something, the chef has a chance to correct me.
I have notes in my notebook where I write down the orders. I categorized the vegan, vegetarian, celiac-free, tree nut-free, and dairy-free dishes. Even in rush hours, If I come across a guest’s major allergens, my notes help me to suggest dishes in fast.
As restaurant workers, guests’ safety is our responsibility. Especially high-volume restaurants require to train their employees about allergens.
Would you check your table dietary & allergy restrictions before placing their order? Please, share your experience and opinion with a comment.
Please, join our “Restaurant & Hospitality Superstars” groups. We have been discussing interesting topics about restaurants and hospitality.
It's not typically a policy for an employer to check everyone's allergies. It is assumed that you are working with "ADULTS" who should monitor what they put in their mouth. Employers are not babysitters. You need to personally monitor your allergies and choose wisely what you eat. :)
I can't understand why I can't find work I'm a little older I've been out of work since 2017 due to medical, it's frustrating because all these companies companies want good reliable employees but they don't want to hire since September I've got at least 20 apps out and some of those are triple to the same places because the applications expire any ideas on why? #advice #jobsearch
@Cynthia Acevedo Sorry to hear you are having trouble finding employment. But I will always recommend Craigslist as a good source to find employment in every industry. Most jobs on there pay really well.
#jobsearch I am trying to find a driver job that doesn’t require a cdl or much lifting. I just walked out of my old job at advanced auto parts cause of a racist In there pissing me off and management sided with him cause they didn’t want to loose a driver. Now I put out allot of applications in my area for same type of job but no hits yet.…. What kinda jobs besides parts delivery would I qualify for with no cdl?