I am helping someone with a resume. Can you help us think of another job title that sounds professional, other than kitchen staff?
We are a new restaurant and all the staff are fighting over what share the kitchen staff should get of the tips at the end of each service. All tips are cash.
Looking for some personal experience or insight on what it's like to work at a Hooters, but in the capacity of kitchen staff - not a Hooters Girl.
How is the pay? Are there opportunities for growth? What does the work consist of other than frying up some wings and tossing them in their various sauces?
I take peoples orders over the phone and over the counter - they are my main duties. I also collect payment, manage the till, hand people their food (which has already been cooked and packaged by the kitchen staff) varify my sales at the end of the shift and there are 3 of us so i guess work as part of a team... So what would my title be?
My job is charging the bus girls $5 a week for bread baskets, tiny forks, and saucers being thrown out. Meanwhile it is possible that the customers, waitresses, bartenders, and kitchen staff can be throwing these items out, is it legal for the owner to charge just the bus girls?
Need to find the best way to get a flat close to the centre for when i start ny new job but dont know the first thhing about the areas. im looking for a nice area, a flat by myself and to spend between 3 and 4 hundred a month. if any body has any advice then it would be more than welcome also if you know anyone looking for kitchen staff that would be a bonus too. oh and what day and paper is the classified ads for flats..thanks for your time and any advice you can give.
Host, server, busboy, kitchen staff etc
most fun? safest? most paid? overall what best?
The restaurant I work in has decided to change its tips system, basically there are four staff groups, food runners, bar staff, kitchen staff and servers.
I am a food runner.
It used to be that all tips were split between those working the shift, now the system is that the "servers" get the tips and it is at their discretion as to who they share tips with, for example they may decide the bar staff can have 25?nd the food servers 10?nd kitchen 5?nd they pocket the rest!
Apart from being unfair is there any law or legislation around this? Also please note that the managers class themselves as servers and take a decent share of the tips themselves......is this even allowed!?
I have tried looking for information on this but am stuck! Can anyone help? I just want to know if this is even legal!?
I recently left working as a member of kitchen staff for Greene King, where I did far more than my job role suggested, such as handling deliverys, covering waiting staff etc. I recently left VOLUNTARILY in search of a job with progression, and every job I have been to since has not employed me, despite all interviews being successful.
I was wondering, could my previous employer be giving bad references because they didnt want me to leave ? Is it illegal to give false references? Help please.
I work in a hotel kitchen most of the week, and I hate it. The kitchen smells, the staff are verbally aggressive, the job is hard and boring, the time drags. I'm only doing the job to e********y while I'm at uni, but there's gotta be a way to make the day more bearable because at the moment I can't stand it
I know that there is waiting person, server, bartender, kitchen staff..
But I also need to know what other positions there are when you are working at a Bar and Restuarant. Thanks
Need a cash job like dishwasher or kitchen staff. I can't speak much German though. So any names of bars or restaurants etc would be very helpful
I work at a small diner in Oregon, i work at minimum wage which is $8.95 and trust me i'm not complaining but some fellow co-workers and I feel as if were are getting jipped some tips. We have a tip pool at our restaurant which we put all tips left on tables into a jar and our manager will empty it at the end of the lunch shift and at the end of the night and put all the tips into a small money purse which she will take home and she will evenly distribute among everyone so more than just hosts/hostesses she includes kitchen staff and herself in this category. I have researched that she is entitled to tips tho because she does pour an occasional beer every once in a while and works in the kitchen mostly I don't so much mind sharing my tips with the kitchen staff but I feel as if we are getting jipped by the manager and she isn't fairly distributing tips among workers. I have also read up on tip pools and I believe that they need to be completely voluntary for participation I'm not sure if that's true or not but some clarification would be nice. Is there a certain department I can call to ask some of my questions? I need this job and don't want to be fired I just want to be paid fairly.
Also we are never aware of how much money is ever in our tip jar! She never tells us our total value for tips made in a single day leaving only for speculation.
Ok so i am doing a project on an adoption center based in Haiti, and i am trying to make an employee list, but all i can think of is a "house mother" and kitchen staff, and volunteers,can anyone think of any other jobs that would be involved in it?
I am about 8 weeks pregnant with our first child. I am a dietary aide at a local care home. My duties include and are not limited to delivering snacks to each resident, maintaining the dinning rooms, and helping the kitchen staff with meals.
I have been at this job for two months, and have gotten sick with the flu/cold twice (I usually DON'T get sick). Now that I'm pregnant, I'm concerned that this job isn't safe for me, as I need to be healthy for the baby.
I know the elderly aren't contagious, but it's some of the sicknesses that they carry. Like if one resident catches the flu, then we all get the flu.
I also do a lot of heavy lifting, which I try to get people to help me with, but sometimes I have to do it all by myself and I'm afraid of hurting the baby.
At the moment i am looking for a part time job as i am 16 years old. I saw 'Kitchen Staff' advertised in a fish and chip bar. I was thinking about phoning up about the job but i was just wondering what jobs kitchen staff wanted may involve. Would it be like pot washing and preparing food like potatoes for making chips with or would it be like cooking meals. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I might be getting a job in a pub kitchen i was wondering what is the legal age for someone to employ pub kitchen staff?
i may be getting a new job as a kitchen staff in a pub . my friend was 14 when she got a job there but all i would be doing is the washing up !! how old would i have to be as im only 14!! plz help!
and shouldnt the employer ask your age before asking you to go for an interview??
I just got a new job at a restaurant in the kitchen. Today i was put on the schedule under the Job of "pantry" and i have no idea what that is. Other jobs on the list were Grill, Saute, and Fry, all of which i know what they mean. But i have never heard of pantry so i wanted help in understanding what my job will be.
I suspect a business suit would be over the top?
How should a young man dress for interviews for jobs such as waiting staff, kitchen porter, general assistant at stores etc?
And what about jeans and a shirt, would that be a no-no?
As above, got a job working in the kitchen so was wondering how much I will get paid also when do pizza hut get paid weekly/ monthly? Thanks