Being a barista is one of the trickiest jobs in the restaurant industry. The barista is a hybrid role between the front of house and back of house that requires mastery of both customer service and coffee making skills.
The hotel industry is an enormously large economic playfield with a global market size measuring in hundreds of billions of US dollars per year. In order to control a piece of the market share, hotel owners expect their management staff to create a profitable balance between the interests of the hotel and the requirements of its guests. To do this, they don't just have to be a boss, they have to be a great leader.
Do you want to take your hospitality career to the next level by becoming a restaurant manager or assistant manager? Unlike roles in the restaurant industry that focus on one skill set, the role of a restaurant manager is unique because it requires expertise in various disciplines. From operations to customer service, restaurant managers wear many hats.
It’s time for an update! You may remember our previous blog on the top universities as ranked by QS World University Rankings. A new update has come out covering the top hospitality schools in the world for 2019.
So you want to become a hotel bartender. Maybe you’re already working behind a bar in a restaurant, or maybe you’re just starting your journey in hospitality and are weighing up your next move. It’s likely that you’ve seen a fair few movies or television shows where the hotel bartender seems like they are having a ball - hanging out behind a luxurious bar and chatting to travelers all day.