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Interview Questions to Hire an F&B Manager

Your ideal Food and Beverage (F&B) Manager candidates should have extensive restaurant experience and familiarity with all tasks required on a daily basis. Under certain circumstances, F&B Managers have to prepare drinks, serve guests or even wash dishes. During your interview process, make sure your selected candidate can manage those duties and isn’t afraid to step in and take action to save the day. What does a food and beverage manager do? F&B Managers coordinate all F&B and day-to-day operations within budgeted guidelines and high standards. They’re responsible for the venue’s smooth function and for delivering excellent guest experience. For this role, your candidates should know how to recruit and train their team members. Keep an eye out for candidates with team man...

Why The F&B Industry is Notorious for High Turnovers

The restaurant industry is notorious for having immensely high turnover rates, ranging in the 70 percentile. While employees leaving is an inevitability in the F&B business, there are certain things you can do to keep your staff happy. The first step to decreasing turnover in your restaurant is figuring out why your employees are leaving in the first place. Here are a few reasons they don’t want to stay. They feel underappreciated For many employees, getting the recognition they deserve for their hard work is almost as important as the paycheck. In fact, in some cases, it may be even more of a factor in their workplace happiness. In studies, many restaurant staff have reported feeling that their best efforts are routinely ignored. 28% of employees shared that their most memorable feedb...

The Importance of Providing Health Insurance for your Employees

Health insurance will cover your employee’s medical and surgical expenses, encouraging them to visit the doctors more regularly. But why should you provide health insurance for your employees? And why is it so important for your business? This article will explore the impact of health insurance on your small business. 1. Increased Productivity With health insurance, your employees will not hesitate to go to the doctors when they catch a flu because they are not held back by financial constraints. This speeds up the recovery period and minimises any decreased productivity while your employee is sick.  Most importantly – it prevents the whole company from falling sick together. Contagious flus may bring everyone down together and multiple MCs on the same day would significantly delay a...