How to Create Resume Alerts on Craigslist

In this article I wanted to share a really simple tactic on how to easily setup resume alerts utilizing Craigslist. In the “resumes” section on Craigslist, there’s always a chance that you can find a golden nugget in there. I’m going to show you 5 easy steps on how to setup […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 9/18/16

Credit card spending data show more Americans are choosing to eat at local restaurants or small chains like Shake Shack instead of large ones like Olive Garden. Read more here: http://www.businessinsider.com/americans-ditching-big-restaurant-chains-and-eating-local-2016-9 Research firm says the lunch trade is falling because of higher menu prices as customers opt for brown-bagging lunch […]

How do I use multiple keywords in my search?

With our software, we have made searching by multiple keywords pretty easy. When you search by multiple keywords you are telling our software to find the keywords you specify in the candidates resume. Below are the following steps to begin doing this: 1) Login to your account, and click “resume search” on […]

How do I save resumes?

As we all know being able to save resumes to come back too later is a must when you’re hiring! With our software, we have made this process pretty simple. There are two ways to save resumes using our software. See below: Tip #1: Saving Resumes after searching (Option 1) Step 1: One way to […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 7/31/16

Can Pokemon Go drive restaurant traffic? An article citing social media reports says players are choosing restaurants based on the availability of the virtual reality Pokemon characters. Read more here: http://www.businessinsider.com/pokemon-go-is-impacting-restaurant-strategy-2016-7 Some New York City pizzerias cash in on the Pokemon Go craze. Read more here: http://nypost.com/2016/07/12/pokemania-runs-wild-through-city-causing-crime-accidents/ Chipotle continues to […]

Five Wage & Hour Myths Busted

Myth Number 1: “If I make her a ‘salaried’ employee, I don’t have to pay overtime.” FALSE: You cannot avoid paying someone overtime simply by calling them a salaried employee. An employee’s entitlement to overtime depends entirely on the duties they perform. Generally, the law provides that executives, professionals, and […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 7/4/16

Industry research firm says restaurant sales are virtually flat and are expected to remain weak for the rest of the year. The cause? Uncertainty over the presidential election, according to one analyst. Read more here: http://www.businessinsider.com/people-are-spending-less-at-restaurants-and-its-terrifying-news-for-the-economy-2016-6 Jim Cramer of Mad Money assesses the stock performance of six restaurant chains, giving thumbs […]

Advice for College Students: How to Find a Summer Job

College students usually dart for summer jobs once they have time off from classes. They need cash to help cover tuition, room and board, textbook, and other costs associated with their education. That also means that it can be a challenge to land a job because there are so many […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 6/23/16

Grocery stores offering fresh, restaurant-quality prepared foods are attracting more business, especially from millennials, according to a research industry firm. Read more about the rise of so-called “grocerants” here: http://www.businessinsider.com/millennials-are-abandoning-restaurants-2016-6 These five online sites will help restaurant owners keep on top of the latest trends reflecting customer needs and wants. […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 7/21/16

Barnes and Noble is experimenting with expanding its food and drink offerings in its bookstores. It’s now testing the market at four stores, including one in Eastchester, New York and another in Loudon County, Virginia. Read more here: http://www.thedailymeal.com/news/eat/barnes-and-noble-enter-restaurant-industry/070516   Article offers advice on how to better market your restaurant […]

3 Email Hacks To Win over Job Seekers

I cringe sometimes, when I see some of the messages recruiters send to candidates. No offense (believe me I’ve been just as quality)! The ones that are the worst are the long winded email that is clearly copy + pasted, generic, and unpersonalized. Yikes…surely that’s one way to scare off quality […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 6/7/16

  Restaurant operators are feeling optimistic about the economy this year and believe there will be expanding opportunities in the industry, according to an American Express survey. A recent survey shows McDonald’s and Burger King are the most disliked fast-food eateries in America. Read more here: http://www.businessinsider.com/most-hated-fast-food-restaurants-mcdonalds-burger-king-chick-fil-a-kfc-2016-5 Amazon has launched […]

How to Find Free Resumes Online (The List)

Updated as of October 3rd, 2016 Let’s face it we all know recruiting can be challenging. You need all the help and resources you can get. That’s why I put together this list of free resources to find free resumes online. Enjoy and feel free to mention any others you […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 5/9/2016

  Red Lobster resonates with millennials after making menu changes and is now the top choice for the 18-24-year-old crowd, according to a recent restaurant survey. Read more here. Business Insider, Restaurant Business and a group of experts rank the 25 best fast food chains in America, based not just […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 4/22/16

Declining soda consumption in restaurants is a worrisome trend for restaurant profit margins. A new marketing study says people are ordering fewer Pepsis, Cokes, and other sodas at sit-down eateries. Read more here. McDonald’s is opening up a huge restaurant in Missouri, offering customers hundreds of choices to “build the […]

College Student Job Seeker Behavior

Technology has gradually changed the way we function as a society. We EAT, SLEEP, and BREATH technology and most likely capture all three on camera, to obviously and shamelessly post on social media (ahem, Instagram) at a later date #TBT. I see it everyday on my college campus! Almost everything […]

Restaurant News Roundup, 4/2/16

Cloudy future for immigration reform affects restaurant industry, where an estimated ten percent of the work force is staffed by immigrants – many undocumented. Read more here: http://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/10/ Ohio is a test state for the restaurant industry, according to the new head of Ohio’s Restaurant Association. Association head John Barker […]

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