I've noticed a new trend in the restaurant world, for the application process, a lot of places are concentrating on personality traits rather than actual skill and experience. Don't get me wrong, I've gone through many, many interviews for restaurant jobs. And I understand the need to not hire anyone who could possibly be psychotic. I've worked with a few psychos throughout my career, and believe me, psychos aren't pretty. But to even make it through the first phase of hiring you'll need a resume, a headshot (LA thing,) and also have competent skills in Algebra. Since when does the question "If Train A leaves the station at 10:45pm traveling at 55mph, and Train B is half an hour late behind it's scheduled time, when will these two trains collide?," have anything to do with the question, "would you like to hear about tonight's specials?" It seems like those that paid attention in high school Algebra are going to have the upp
I am the leader of the server revolution! Taking the power away from the customers and putting it back in the hands of the bartenders and servers. Yelp off!!!