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What's the difference between up-skilling, multi-skilling, and cross-skilling?

Posted by Mackensie Freedman on Oct 1, 2020 12:00:00 PM

What is the difference between up-skilling, multi-skilling, and cross-skilling? They all describe ways of expanding your skill set, but each has a distinct and specific purpose that can help you get ahead in different ways.

In today’s blog post, we’re looking at what these mean, how you can use them, and some top tips for developing professional skills.

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Topics: Hospitality career tips, Hotels, Hospitality insights, Hospitality managers, Hospitality staff, Restaurants, Hospitality training, Bars

Typsy explains: How to get better at learning in hospitality

Posted by Mackensie Freedman on Sep 23, 2020 5:24:11 PM
Learning something new can be a struggle. Sometimes it feels like wading through mud - unpleasant, time-consuming, and taking up a lot of your energy. But what if it didn't have to be like that? We're here to tell you that learning is like any other skill - something that gets easier the more you practice.

In today’s post, we’re talking about why you should think of learning as a skill, with incredible benefits for your personal and professional life, and giving you easy tips you can follow to start improving your learning today.

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Topics: Hospitality career tips, Hotels, Hospitality managers, Hospitality staff, Restaurants, Hospitality training, Bars

How to create a wine list that sells itself

Posted by Emma Willson on Sep 16, 2020 5:01:58 PM

Buying wine is easy, but compiling a wine list for your restaurant menu is quite tricky. There’s a lot to consider: your budget, your guests’ budgets, food pairing, the theme of your venue. At the heart of all these questions, your wine list really needs to do one thing, and one thing only: sell itself.

In today's blog post, Emma Willson has great tips on how to create a compelling wine list that draws guests in and keeps them coming back for more.

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Topics: Hospitality insights, Hospitality managers, Hospitality staff, Restaurants, Hospitality training, Bars, Wine

How to create a great e-newsletter for your hospitality venue

Posted by Gigi Baker on Sep 3, 2020 5:08:13 PM

Subscribers and newsletters might seem like they don't have anything to do with hospitality, but it's really just another form of online content that can help draw in new guests and return customers alike. There are so many upsides to communicating openly - and newsletters are another way to help you do that!

In today's blog post, guest contributor Gigi Baker has some great tips for creating a successful, engaging newsletter to help you communicate with your customers.

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Topics: Hospitality operations, Hospitality marketing, Hospitality insights, Hospitality managers, Hospitality staff, Restaurants

How to make guests with food sensitivities feel welcome

Posted by Jessica Romero on Sep 2, 2020 2:47:15 PM

2020 has thrown a myriad of challenges at the restaurant industry. Now more than ever, making guests feel at home is important. But this time we’re not talking about having the proper sanitizing practices in place or observing COVID-19 enforced social distancing. Instead, we’re addressing the reality of catering for a growing group of customers who have food sensitivities.

In today's blog post, guest contributor Jessica Romero is looking at best-practice strategies for ensuring you can not only cater to guests with food sensitivities, but even actively draw them in.

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Topics: Hospitality operations, Health and wellbeing, Hospitality insights, Hospitality managers, Hospitality staff, Restaurants, Hospitality training