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I am having an interview for the position of Executive chef?

Currently am working as Sous chef in a 5*. The position what am applying is for 4*. What kind of questions i can expect when it comes to budget & forecasting. I got no experience in budgeting & forecasting but i dont wanna tell them bluntly that i dont know. Any suggestions???? or any other questions you think will be there!

Asked By: prince - 5/4/2009
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Oh Dear, that could be difficult. They will ask you questions about how to budget and how you would do it, after all they are expecting you to make money for them. This type of job needs experience, I would have expected you to have least become a Head Chef before you applied... More
Answered By: Cornish Granny - 5/4/2009
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The chances are that you will be sussed out , you are going from sous to Executive in one leap???
Answered By: GeeCee - 5/4/2009
 
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Answered By: seth - 5/4/2009
 
do your home work about the place who giving you the job and get in first ask them what kind of clients they cater for ,how long they been in business. they shouldnt mind answering any questions you have about them and if you drag the interview out long enough they might not ask you any thing you dont want to answer
Answered By: battleleader12 - 5/4/2009
 
Trust me...if you don't know they WILL find out at your interview. My husband just returned from his second interview for an executive chef position...he's been at it for over 15 years. He was asked very specific questions...you cannot bs your way out of it, unfortunately. But good luck!
Answered By: HillbillyHannah - 5/4/2009
 
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Answered By: Santosh - 5/4/2009
 
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