team player i learned how to welcome the guess how to start first conversation with them how to present the your self and the menu the hardest part in my job is how to make your guess happy and welcome
Typical day included giving high quality customer service to guests and providing all guests with an enjoyable dining experience. I learned to prioritize and keep composure even in a fast paced environment. Guests are there to unwind and enjoy themselves and they should always be greeted and extended farewells with a smile.
A highly talented personnel and sociable team member, eager to learn and advance ,gaining more experience from the challenging competitive hospitality industry requiring flexible mind approach to work, dealing with complaints and inquiries from all types of people to deliver upscale services that exceeds guests expectation
This company has no consistency. The turnover rate for management is so high that nothing ever gets done. At least once a year someone tries to change everything about the F&B department and then leaves half way through. Management seems to care more about climbing the corporate ladder than the employees or guests themselves. Staff is constantly asking for basic things to do their jobs and even that's too much to ask.
If you are student and working as part time employee it great. Cuz this way at least you can help to family. I’m thankful this company cuz they take me without any knowledge and try to make one of his employee. And now cuz of this company I’m her in Dubai working one of the best hotel in Dubai.
Qatar all so good place to work. Deperent nationality guys i had find. Very nice work there with all nationality. Serving foods and drinks. I got good experience night clubs and finedining, room service i use to work all places. Thanks my lovely team.
Short and simple. great place to work and be. Everyone is friendly. Benefits are great.
Constant new/rotating management leaves nothing accomplished. "Just rough it out till my next job" attitude. Constant budget cutting. money saving, practices leaves a overworked, stressful feeling among staff.
The routine i always did at Niji was to bus tables and serve drinks. I also wiped the plates and utensils and set it up before the restaurant opens. I learned how to handle customers and how to properly bus tables. My manager was very respectful and professional, she always helped me when I needed help. The hardest part of my job was bussing down tables as fast as I can before the new customers arrived. I enjoy working there because I meet new people all the time.