You always want to be as professional as possible in every step of your job search — and this includes your resume.
Everyone hates having to write a resume but that is no excuse to rush through it. So once you’ve finally forced yourself to actually sit down and create one, be sure to take your new (or revised) resume and: run spell check on it and proofread it a half a dozen times — AND then have at least two other people proofread it to see if they can find any errors.
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In the last several months we have seen a significant increase in resume without dates. When asked about the lack of dates the job candidates have usually said they heard or read somewhere that they weren’t necessary.
Let’s clear this up right now, in the restaurant industry Read the rest of this entry »
We are often asked whether Objectives are necessary for a Restaurant Manager’s resume, personally we don’t think so.
With that said, if you would still like to use one then by all means go ahead and add one. But if you do, Read the rest of this entry »
Most major restaurant chains have a very structured recruiting process and structure. If you are responding to a Restaurant Management job posting from one of these companies in the United States, 99% of the time their Recruiters will want you to send just Read the rest of this entry »