I'm in need of a job asap. I'm nervous about applying for a waitress job because I've never done restaurant work. I've mostly done catering and banquet server jobs. Should I bother applying? Any advice for doing waitress work for the first time?
Also I was told we "must apply in person"--does that mean looks will be a big consideration?
I've recently decided to apply for a few jobs as a server for catered events for some extra money. I've never worked in the food service before and I was wondering, what is the average hourly pay for banquet servers?
I am thinking about relocating to Atlanta, GA from Boston, MA. I am getting a job at the Ritz Carlton in downtown as a banquet server, but I don't really know the average pay, since it tip based. Can someone please let me know?
Thanks a lot!
I am starting my job as a banquet server tomorrow for a marriott hotel. I am very scared! )': can anyone tell me what to expect?
How much can I expect to make as a banquet server in Atlanta, GA. I have meeting with Foodstaff (who hires temporary hospitality workers) in Atlanta when I take a trip there next week. Should I look into going to a hotel to work as banquet server. I've heard everything from making minimum to $50 depending on the size and the gratuity.
Which one is better in general? and which one has better pay?
Banquet server: set up/take down for events and serve food.
Room service: (not housekeeping) delivering food to rooms.
I live in Virginia and I just recently landed a job with Aramark as a banquet server. They said they would need to run a background check before I could do my training. I have 2 assaults and 3 drunk in public charges that I got all before I turned 18. I went to juvenile jail for one charge, and I'm still on probation for it. I'm not sure if my records are sealed or not? Will my employers be able to see?
Around 2-10pm or 3-11pm, or even part time like 5-10pm and some weekends.
I know some banks like Capital One close at 7pm, so 1-7pm would be good... I could also be like a Banquet Server at a hotel... any more ideas?
I teach school during the week and need to work a part time job on the weekends.
I went on an interview as a cocktail server and since i have no experience they offered me a job as a banquet server for when they have events and need extra help.
I also got a call back for an interview as a shot girl for the weekends.
which one do you think would pay better?
well i already have income from a steady week day office job
I'm looking to quit my job, and I just want an idea (preferably from someone who actually knows the answer) of when stores would be looking to hire for summer. I would really like to work at barnes and noble, starbucks or a clothing store at the mall, so if anyone has worked in any of these places, then your answer would be greatly appreciated!
I am currently 15 and am looking for a summer job! I was wondering if anybody knows what the required age to work there is. Thanks!
We were at a large gathering where the hors-d'oeuvres buffet featured shrimp, cheese and crackers, and small fruit pieces. When dinner was served in another room, the hors-d'oeuvres platters were still partially full. I know it's the caterer's job to make sure they don't run out. Is perishable food like that left with the people who organized the parts, or taken away by the caterers? If the caterers take it away, do the employees get to take it home, is some of it re-used later, or is it thrown away?
@Ed Atun You haven't listed any qualifications needed. Obviously this job is for any old loser to do. I'll leave it for imbeciles who aren't intelligent or qualified enough for a REAL job. ;)
I'm a college student currently working as a banquet server at a hotel. Since it's on-call it's pretty flexible, but I've been working there for a year now and I think it's time to do something else. Does anybody know of any other on-call jobs for college students? I've been doing some research and it seems that call centers are pretty good for college students in that they offer tuition reimbursement. Any other suggestions would be appreciated, thank you in advance.
I need a list of jobs connected with the tourist industry. I've got a few but i need 30 overall. Any ideas?
I am starting a new waiting job as of tomorrow, and I have not done this before, so I'd like to ask: how many plates is a waiter/-ress expected to carry in one hand/both hands? I am a little scared that I won't be swift enough.
I was a dishwasher at a hotel where i seen this cute red head and we both said hi to eachother, she sets up banquets and stuff. But i really didn't have time to start a convo with her, now im moving to a new position in the casino as an alcohol server so now I won't see her unless i go on break and make my way to see her right quick.
I know it changes yearly. I just want an average. I work for a grocery store and I keep hearing waitresses making three times more than me. I know they don't get minimum wage. I was thinking about becoming a waitress. I was wondering could you make a living with just being a waitress and don't have to take a second job like me.
I'm supposed to be starting pretty soon. they want me to do banquets, that's all i know. i know i'm not gunna get a ton of hours but i'm kind of nervous because banquets are usually really busy. anyone ever had any experience working at Perkins &/or doing banquets?
ANY advice is appreciated too.