executive recruiters food and beverage

Scaring Too Many Good Candidates Off?

October 31, 2016 in HR Best Practices

 

Does every day feel like Halloween for your food & beverage candidates by scaring off your candidates? That’s largely up to you! Logically, you want every individual who applies for a position to walk away from the experience feeling as though he were treated professionally. But if you’re flooded with unqualified resumes or have a […]

 

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Pros and Cons of Including a LinkedIn Photo

February 17, 2014 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

As most of us scroll through LinkedIn’s list of “People You May Know,” we automatically categorize profile pictures into one of three categories: The Good: people with professional photos that make them appear confident and competent. The Bad: people whose photos are blurry, poorly lit or awkward. The Ugly: people whose photos are so inappropriate […]

 

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Food & Beverage Hiring: Determining a Job Candidate’s Ethics

July 2, 2012 in HR Best Practices

 

Would you hire a production manager who “cuts corners” to meet tight deadlines? Would you hire a food safety manager who occasionally “bends the rules” when it comes to refrigeration guidelines? Certainly not.  Solid ethics are vitally important to your organization’s success. Unfortunately, however, intangibles like ethical standards are typically the most difficult characteristics to […]

 

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