Restaurant management isn’t for everyone. The frenetic pace and constant pressure can be overwhelming for many people. Effective restaurant managers need to balance the needs of staff, customers and the business while dealing with the problems that pop-up on a daily basis
Scheduling. Take note of who is working, when they are working and who is available to work if someone doesn’t show up for his or her shift. Effective managers post schedules well enough in advance for employees to receive notice, which enables them to be prepared for the week.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." Mahatma Gandhi
Vassilios Canellos | Hospitality Professional
Vassilios Canellos is a Hospitality Professional with more than 20 years of experience in leading service staff, managing teams and ensuring food safety standards, procedures and processes are followed. During this time, he's coached and mentored emerging talents, shared knowledge with several teams and spoken at Hotel industry events.
www.canellos.gr | email@example.com
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