It is challenging to manage staff when the employees, especially service staff, constantly quit their jobs. The reasons may vary. First, a host of positions, such as waiters or waitresses, are relatively temporary. Those applying for this job may be students earning extra pocket money or unemployed workers seeking a part-time job while finding a full-time one. As these staff have fulfilled their goals, they would move on and quit their current positions. Other reasons for high quits rates are low salary, staff cutback, business shutdowns, among others.
The hospitality industry in general and the F&B industry in particular, have witnessed considerable shifts throughout the two years of the pandemic. During the recovery period, with travel resuming gradually, we are seeing changing travel trends, innovative ideas, and state-of-the-art technology. Still, HR management boards play a huge role in recognizing and meeting employees’ needs as we all move forward...
How can businesses have a speedy recovery to sustainably progress after social distancing? How to make the most of the new O2O model? And what is the ultimate solution for the F&B industry to mitigate all Covid-related challenges?
In recent years, the F&B Industry has been considered one of the most promising in the hospitality and tourism sector with 540.000 restaurants, 22.000 cafes and bars. The revenue from this industry reached 200 billion USD in 2019, corresponding to an increase of 34% compared to 2018.
The Covid-19 has a long-lasting effect on our lives, and there’s no way for us to predict when it stops. We can focus on things that are under our control and stay optimistic about the situation. As you return to work, we hope this article can provide you with some insights to remain safe and sound during the pandemic.
Hufr has a chance to sit down with Mr. Ben Styles, the former Vice President of Hoiana Shores Golf Club and a member of the Australian GPA to discuss his view and vision for the golf industry and hospitality in Vietnam.
In our previous article, we have already discussed sous chefs’ role in the F&B industry, who they are and what their responsibilities entail. This article, however, will focus primarily on their salary and some other important details about this position, namely their personality, prerequisite skills, qualifications and training.
It is a common motif of TV programs to see a character starting from the lowest position in an organization. But with their passion and diligence, they managed to promote themselves on the career ladder and accomplish their desirable success. With assertiveness, courage and optimism, some talented Vietnamese executive chefs have brought the image of Vietnamese cuisine to the whole world.
With the fast-paced advances in technology nowadays, almost everything can be digitized. In fact, automation has been widely applied in every aspect of life, especially in areas that are directly related to humans’ basic needs such as drinking, eating, bathing, etc. With regards to eating, AI and robots are also “invading” the kitchen, as we can see in the examples of food ordering apps
Sous chef is one of the most sought-after professions in the culinary world. They receive great recognition and respect from colleagues and customers due to the amount of workload involved in the role. Some responsibilities of sous chefs include but are not limited to designing menus, training junior chefs, and negotiating with suppliers.
Becoming an executive chef is definitely the dream of many culinary students, apprentices and cooks. However, the road to this position has never been easy. Just as in any profession, one needs to accumulate years of training, experience as well as skills to climb up the career ladder.
Bất cứ ai thích nấu ăn có lẽ đã nghĩ về việc làm một đầu bếp cao cấp sẽ như thế nào. Và thành thật mà nói, trên thực tế, con đường trở thành đầu bếp cần có thời gian đi lại. Nó đòi hỏi vô số giờ làm việc chăm chỉ, đặc biệt là trong những năm đầu. Không có yêu cầu giáo dục hoặc đào tạo nghiêm ngặt để trở thành đầu bếp. Đối với hầu hết, kiến thức và kỹ năng chỉ đơn giản là có được trong những giờ dài trong nhà bếp. Tuy nhiên, những người muốn đạt đến đỉnh cao của nghề có thể được phục vụ tốt bằng cách chọn bằng cấp ẩm thực bên cạnh việc học nghề. Vì thế bài viết này là dành cho những ai muốn làm nhiều việc hơn là nấu ăn - nó dành cho những ai muốn điều chỉnh cuộc sống của mình theo giấc mơ ẩm thực.
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It should be common knowledge by now that the virus situation has impacted every aspect of life. The world every single one of us is living in is shifting towards a new normal and that is also the case for the hospitality industry in Vietnam.
There are many different opinions of when the coronavirus situation will end in Vietnam or for the world. But, we know one thing for sure, with the recent news of potential vaccines, that this whole exhausting scenario will end. Looking on the bright side, when the hardship is over, what will be there for us?
An introvert seems not to be suitable for a kind of hospitality job, but many people still choose this career path as the dream job. Let us discover how they react and overcome hardship when working in the hospitality industry.
Working in a restaurant industry offers a wide range of opportunities and benefits, especially if you are passionate and committed. Here are seven reasons why you should work in the restaurant industry.
The hospitality industry in Vietnam has been hit very hard from the COVID-19 but thanks to the exemplary management of the crisis by the Vietnamese government it will recover briefly.
Which aspects may affect one customer’s impression of one place’s hospitality? You can name many but there is one “key” aspect we all have to pay attention to — human.
In 2019, the facts that global tourism is still booming and thriving, and that F&B industry is attracting more and more business lead to one thing — hospitality industry is creating more jobs than ever.