Blog - January 2020

  • 5 Restaurant Management Tips to Bring your Skills to the Next Level

    Posted on Thursday, January 30, 2020 by Amy ListonNo comments

    Whether you’re new to restaurant management, or want to switch up your management style, it can be tricky to know where to start. But that’s why I’m here! So, grab some snacks, a pen and paper (coming from the blogger that lists things with Trello and writes on Word, I know, I get it, let me live ) and let the plethora of tips and tricks commence! 1 – Get Your Marketing Hat On When you’re ...

  • 5 Interesting Facts About Chefs That You Probably Didn’t Know

    Posted on Thursday, January 23, 2020 by Amy ListonNo comments

    Let’s be real, it’s a bit unfair to not do 20 completely different careers throughout your life, so obviously the only way we can feel a bit better is by living vicariously through others (hello, Instagram) – so that’s exactly what we’re doing today! So, let’s get into it and see what’s going on in the chef world. Fine Dining Started in France Following the French Revolution, the French chefs ...

  • 3 Things You Should Do If You Want to Ace Your Trial Shift

    Posted on Thursday, January 16, 2020 by Amy ListonNo comments

    Do you have a trial shift coming up? Probably, you clicked the title! Or maybe you’re nosey and just want to know – either way, welcome! Trial shifts are a great opportunity to show your skills and wow your potential manager, having already impressed them in the initial interview stage. But how do you show them that you truly have what it takes? You’re about to find out! 1 – Before the shift, ...

  • Why the Rise in Veganism Should Change How You Operate in Your Hotel

    Posted on Thursday, January 9, 2020 by Amy ListonNo comments

    Veganism is becoming more normalised, and brands are finally beginning to get it. The vegans are rising, we must stop them! I hear you say. And it’s true, the options for vegan lifestyles are on the rise, but there is still production of meat and dairy, so please don’t worry too much – they’re actually not that scary. With lifestyle choices, environmental concerns, limiting intolerances, and even ...