So I have a job interview coming up and I do not know what to say if asked this question. I am a restaurant supervisor and I'm going for a job with a motor insurance (sales) company. What sort of things could I say? I want to think of things that wouldn't relate to the role I've applied for
I am 19 and live in MS. I am being offered an exceptional job as a restaurant supervisor. The only thing holding me back may be my age. I need to know if I get emancipated, does that mean I will be able to handle alcohol?
What is it like to work on a cruise ship.?
like as a restaurant supervisor/manager.?
do u get you own accomodation ? or share.
do u get to see the world ?
Im going to be 18 this year and Im graduating high school early and want to work on a cruise ship, what type of jobs are there for me? But I dont want to clean rooms or be a waitress.
Please don't include call centre employees - I am more interested in jobs that have to deal with the public face to face such as (but not limited to) cab drivers, coffee shop and fast food workers, hotel employees, etc.
which job takes the most abuse from their customers?
I have one next Thursday and I'm really nervous- it'll be my first interview ever. Do I sit around with a bunch of other people wanting the job and answer questions? Do a bunch of employees ask me questions?
I want to know what to expect if possible. Also, are there any tips I should know? Thanks!
I work in customer service at a local restaurant (cashier, stocking, cleaning, etc.) We are not allowed to wear shoes without backs or open toe shoes for health/cleanliness concerns. I'm trying to figure out if i would be able to wear flats that show the top of my feet or if that may be considered unsanitary.
This happened to me, where the waitress didn't believe that I was 21, and didn't think my ID was real, and had to call her supervisor over. She was also rude to me and my friends. I gave her a 10?ip. Was this a good move in that situation. Would you have given her anything?
Do you mind giving me information about the different job roles in Mcdonalds with a short information about them? Also would it be ok if you can tell me how motivation works in Mcdonalds, like rewards etc in the business?
thanks very much
What are the requirements for this particular job or at what level or position do I have to work and how long?
And does it matter what job you work?
(like, would someone working front counter have the same odds of promotion as someone working in the kitchen?)
sorry about the wrong section but the other section wasn't answering.
yak: When you say, "know every job"...
does that mean: You have to have a WORK HISTORY in every job?
or do you just have to have knowledge of what the job entails?
I I have been working at a restaurant nights and weekends. I am looking for a better job and my supervisor always tells me how much he needs me. I am about to graduate from college. I don't want to work there anymore and I want to take the weekends off after I find a good job. My suppervisor always makes that face when I look at him. How can I tell him that I don't want to continue working here anymore when I find another job.
I am overqualified to work there.
I currently work at a corporation run restaurant. I started in the kitchen and within 8 months have learned things that people there years have never learned. I'm the hardest worker and I'll be graduating college in under a year. The assistant general manager and the regional supervisor ABOVE the general manager of the restaurant are both on board with me becoming an assistant manager. However, the general manager of this restaurant is taking his time and is trying to make things seem fair because I've advanced so quickly; even though I deserve it. I've contemplated designing a written paper to my general manager voicing all of the opinions and facts that are surrounding every reason why I should be getting this promotion. Does anyone have any ideas for me? The restaurant is Vinny T's of Boston, if that helps anyone.
Okay, so I'm writing a book and the characters work at a restaurant. A parody of McDonald's. The main character is the manager of the restaurant. Who does he answer to? When he does something wrong, who scolds him?
Im being hired and they want 2 manager references and 1 personal reference.
I have only one manager reference and the rest are personal. Big reason is I have lost touch with the other companies I worked at and they probably dont work there anymore anyways.
I do have a reference from a restaurant I volunteered at but that was a number of years ago.
What are my options?
Im looking for a job in medina ohio and im 16. Any good places to search or recommendations. Thanks!
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I'm currently in training as a Manager in Training and it sounds like I will be assigned to the same location as a manager. The crew does not know this yet, so right now, they don't treat me as a manager.
My concern is how to make the transition successfully. In about 3 weeks, I will be running the crew in a restaurant. At that point, I will be in charge and they will need to listen to me and follow directions from me. Some of these people have been there for years are are my trainers to learn the various positions. This is a great crew, but I have this feeling that the transition will not be well received. Most people do their jobs, but some need additional coaching and prodding to stay on task, especially as most are teens and in their 20s.
Any suggestions on how to get them to respect me as their leader so that I can do a great job as their manager? Has anyone ever dealt with this situation and if so, do you have any advice for me?
I have worked in the food service industry for seven years, five of which I was a supervisor at Paradise Bakery (similar to Panera if you don't know what that is) which is more of a cafeteria style dining environment. I do great with guests, however since this bar is brand new I was unable to follow an experienced server and our training was not very thorough. I'm feeling intimidated by the other servers who have experience and while mistakes are imminent I'd like to well!
I'm looking for find some other kind of job using the training and experience I already have gained as a salaried restaurant manager. Any advice from anyone, particularly those who may have already been in my shoes, would be great. Maybe something that's not 50+ hrs a week, with some weekends off? Any advice would be great, but please don't respond with something simple like "Eh, everyone doesn't like there job now and then" or something like that. I'm looking for real help, desperately. Thank you for your time if you answer!