Use Your Video Interview as a Chance to Stand Out from Fellow Candidates If you are camera-shy, tech-phobic or simply prefer face-to-face interaction—inasmuch as anyone enjoys a job interview—you may need some when it comes to sharpening your video interviewing set-up, skills and performance. Sprinkle in a few of these five tips to prepare for… Read more »

If you have a job interview coming up, chances are you’ve been busy memorizing your resume and getting ready to sell your qualifications. What you may be less prepared for are the whimsical questions that seem completely unrelated to your career. While you certainly can’t control what you’re going to be asked, you can prepare… Read more »

Received a call or email recently saying you’re the perfect candidate for a high-salary job with a Fortune 500 food & beverage organization? That’s great! But before you hand over your personal information or pay a fee, make sure the recruiter – and the job – are real. It’s sad, but true: Fake recruiter scams… Read more »

As with most things in life, you should hope for the best but plan for the worst in the event that a valued employee leaves to join a competitor. Keep these tips in mind following such a move by a key employee. Stay On Good Terms With The Former Employee Whenever Possible Once your employee… Read more »

You know they’re coming: questions about your accomplishments, career plan and suitability as a candidate. So, stack the deck in your favor – and do your interview homework! While you never know exactly what questions you’ll be asked in an executive food & beverage interview, it’s likely you’ll field questions related to what you’ve achieved… Read more »

What’s the “secret” sales tool? Peer interviews. Peer interviews have been around forever – but in today’s talent market, they’re an essential (and frequently underused) sales method to help win over top candidates. Yes, we said “sales”! When it comes to closing the deal with exceptional food & beverage professionals, it’s helpful to think of… Read more »

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When An Employee Changes His Mind About Leaving   Employers might welcome notice of resignation from a troublesome employee as a simple solution to a problem. But what are the ramifications when the employee tries to rescind his resignation? In most cases, the better choice will be to reject the rescission and hold the employee… Read more »