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Candidates can leverage ChatGPT to obtain advice on excelling in an interview. They can ask questions about the following: 👉🏻best practices for interview preparation 👉🏻effective self-presentation 👉🏻how to tackle difficult questions This will provide them with helpful guidance to stand out in interviews.
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You don't need an Objective on your Resume
Have informative job descriptions
Explaining your achievements & digging into your experience
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Utilizing Keywords on your Resume
Tipping at Starbucks?
According to an article in CNBC news, a new system at Starbucks prompts you to tip when you are making a purchase online, in-person or in drive-thru. This has received a mixed response from customers and employees. Some customers find it annoying with one saying “"I'm really not trying to be rude bc I know customer service jobs are hard work but now they want tips at the drive-thru at my Starbucks when you pay with a card… you’re literally just handing it to me…" Employees also had mixed feelings. Some say this has not affected the overall tips they make. While others are very happy to get more tips now.
How do you feel about this? As an employee or as a customer? Would you tip in drive-thru?
Have you ever been bribed to do something for a guest/customer?
This actually happens alllll the time in the hotel industry! Matter a fact, this happened to me today. A guest was checking in to our hotel and she was apart of our loyalty program ranking at the top as a Titanium member! Her family chose to stay with us to celebrate 🎉 her daughter’s wedding 💒 She booked a standard room with 2 Queen Beds￼, but wanted to be upgraded to a two bedroom sweet free of charge. Now, I do understand that her visit to our hotel was for a special occasion but we do not have the availability to accommodate her request. I communicated that to her and she was very unhappy so she tried to bribe me with $100💵….there was nothing I could do because her reservation was for 6 nights and we just didn’t have the room availability. I apologized and comped her parking fees for her, she did end up keeping her money!
So, you have an interview on the books; is it a position you can grow within? Are there opportunities for advancement? How long is training? These are great questions to ask your interviewer! Make a list of things you want to know and feel confident asking.
Best practices when being late to Work
We’ve all been late to work at some point in our lives whether it was due to traffic, oversleeping, not feeling well etc. The key is to not make it a habit, but to make appropriate adjustments to make sure you are on time and ready to work.
It’s very common in the hospitality/service industry to have to relieve someone from their shift. So showing up on time is imperative. Some tips to help you avoid being late are as follows:
⏰ Setting more than one alarm 🚨 (I do it all the time😁) ⏰ Getting between 7-8 hours of sleep (avoid staying up all night watching Netflix or scrolling on social Media 📱) ⏰ If you are feeling sick the night before, make sure to take some medicine the night before. ⏰ Leave your house 15-20 earlier to make sure you are not caught in heavy traffic. ⏰Make your lunch 🥙 the night before! ⏰ If you realize that you will be late, make sure to call your job and let the MOD know that you are running 5-10 minutes behind. #Tips
Is your job search getting the traction you’re looking for? 🔍🤷 Using the right resume can make all the difference. 😎👍
The following are a few of my favorite links regarding resumes I hope you'll find useful.
Functional/Skills Based Resume https://business.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-write-a-functional-or-skills-based-resume-with-examples-templates--cms-25336
Resume Tips/Dos and Donts