Category Archives: Recruitment Advice

Tips For Your Next Telephone Interview

In this industry, the majority of interviews are practical so that the employers can see your skills in the kitchen. However, they need to understand who you are but also what kind of experience you have and how you respond … Continue reading

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Tips for getting noticed when you’re searching for a job

Be Creative Creativity comes with being a chef, show this right from the start – think outside the box and do something nobody else has done. Show who you are as a person and as a chef in a unique … Continue reading

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Recruiting for Christmas Chef Roles – What to Include in Your Job Advert

The party season will soon be in full swing, for some of us it has already started! The festive season causes a busy period for the catering and hospitality industry and more often than not there is a need to … Continue reading

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Is it time to start looking for a new chef job?

There is often a point in life when you are just ready for a new adventure, a fresh start and quite simply something different. For many people this often inspires a change in their job role/ change of job. Particularly … Continue reading

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Key points candidates are looking for in Chef job advert

Recruiting for a candidate to fill your vacant position can be time consuming and take a lot of effort, from writing the job description to selecting your interviewees and so on. However, if you want to recruit the best person … Continue reading

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Looking for a chef role now you’ve finished at college? CV Advice from Personnel Solutions

Further education is not for everyone and very often people like to leave school or college and get straight into work. Lots of work experience is often favoured by employers but they will understand that this won’t be possible for … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Front of House Work

Waiting tables is a very popular job as it’s easy to get into and can often be pretty flexible. It is an ideal role for people looking for weekend or evening work, but there are plenty of full-time positions available … Continue reading

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Advice for Front of House Staff

When waiting tables, customer service is part of the job. No matter how busy or stressed you may find yourself, your employer will be expecting you to always present yourself well and be attentive to your customers. You will also … Continue reading

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