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Finding the perfect hospitality industry candidates has just got a whole lot easier thanks to new jobs website www.FindMyPubJobs.com When you’re running a busy pub or restaurant trying to find and attract the best people to work for you can be time-consuming and frustrating.
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Pubs, bars, restaurants and hotels all stake their reputations on the service they provide for their customers. Employers are looking for people who can add value to their business through exceptional service and commitment. You’ll be expected to meet and greet a variety of customers and be comfortable dealing with all sorts of novel situations. Taking the time to write your CV carefully will go a long way to prove that you are the right person for that job.
Job hunting is a tricky business because you can’t predict what one person is going to love or indeed hate. However, everyone respects a well-written, error-free CV.
So, you got the interview – awesome. Now for the interview stage, and just as with your CV writing you need to give this plenty of time, thought and critically, preparation.
You got the interview; you know where to go and how to get there, you have even been for a look at the pub/bar/restaurant/hotel to get a feel for the business. Next is actually doing the interview and crucial to your success will be taking the time to get prepared to answer common interview questions.
Walking that line between what is great in an interview and what is likely to get you shoved out the door at the first opportunity can be tricky, so we have rounded up some of the worst interview offences to help you on your way.