Kinsa’s goal is to make recruiting the best food & beverage professionals simpler and more effective for you. Even when your recruiting needs are immediate, specific or complex, we provide expertise and resources in all parts of the recruiting cycle to help you find your ideal candidate. The following case study demonstrates the speed and… Read more »

The phone screen is complete, and it’s time for the employer and candidate to meet for a face-to-face interview. This is great news! Except for one small problem: The food & beverage organization is located 250 miles away from the job seeker. During the hiring process, any conversation related to money can be a sensitive… Read more »

employee engagement

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now.” The same philosophy applies to employee engagement. The ideal time to deal with engagement was decades ago. Developing organizational culture takes time. Training managers takes time. But you know that. So, what do you do if employee engagement hasn’t… Read more »

“Warning: Don’t hire me!” Is your food & beverage resume full of red flags, or does it green-light you as a candidate? If it’s the former, the New Year is a perfect time for a resume redo. Hiring managers are carefully trained to detect warning signs in your resume you might not be aware of,… Read more »

Want to dramatically improve your quality of hire? Before you interview another food & beverage professional, take 15 minutes to read our most popular interview advice posts. You’ll find everything you need to break through a candidate’s interview façade, prompt more meaningful discussions and reveal whether an individual really has what it takes to excel… Read more »

As we inch closer to the end of the year, it’s natural to reflect on what we are grateful for in life. Many workers, it turns out, are not including their job on their gratitude list this year. How do we know? Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report found more than half (51%) of workers are… Read more »