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    Becoming A Bartender

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    Becoming a Bartender Have you ever thought about becoming a bartender? Bartending can be an interesting and profitable job, but might not be right for you. This is not a job for everyone. You really have to have the personality for it, a people person to speak of. If you do not like interacting with people, this might not be the job for you. It also takes more than just passing the class, it takes a lot of practice to perfect the art of bartending. Let me tell you about my experience. First, you would probably never think you would have to go to school to become a bartender (and some places you don’t have to attend school) or that the school you attend has to be accredited in your state and that in some states you have to be19 or 21. Also depending on the state you live in, you may also be required to take an alcohol awareness class prior to working. Which you learn about DUI’s, fake ID’s, Blood Alcohol Levels, as well as serving alcohol to minors, the dangers of drunk driving, facts about…

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    seating, meaning that they will clean off tables once customers leave and keep track of how much seating is available in the bar. We will also need two bartenders on duty at all time. They are in charge of serving drinks since they will be the only employees licenced to do so. The last key position we will need is the on duty manager. At the time of duty they will oversee everything that happens in the bar and deal with an concerns that arise. Job Analysis Job Title: Bartender Description:…

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    Owl Marketing Plan

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    So I have been ask to come up with a market plan for owls. Owls I believe is a restaurant that is going to change the landscape of the restaurant industry. For we seek where others have left off and seek to grow well seek to fall. Why I’m I proud of Owls well I’m proud of Owls because its main goal is to make people feel good about themselves. It’s a place you want to go to all the time. Go even if you don’t plan on eating their. owls is a place where everybody knows your name. Owls is the…

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    well ahead of time to advance productively. o Redesign sustenance affirmations and licenses. • Occupy Kitchen and Office Space. • Hire Fulltime Sous Chef. o The first full time staff part should require specialized preparing, a culinary degree, and grasp the estimations of new. • Establish Conspicuous Partnerships. o Meet with corporate customer base built up inside of the initial two years to show the new administrations now offered with the move. This will guarantee long haul,…

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    Yzerra Wiley Essay

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    If you are on a show, especially one as popular as such as the Netflix series Orange Is The New Black, one is sure to get a lot of attention. And such is the case with Samira Wiley, the actress who plays Poussey Washington in the series. But how does she handle all the media attention and fame? Well, going with what the hot actress had to say in an interview, she’s quite not used to fame. Walking down the street [now] is such a different thing than walking down the street two years ago," she…

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    Summary: Executive Chef

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    Furthermore, after conducting research regarding The American Culinary Federation and The Texas Chefs Association, becoming a member will open the door to beneficial connections with other local culinarians, additional certification opportunities, and prestigious awards (Welcome to Texas Chefs Association, 2016). Employee Alignment Structure • Sous Chef – Associate Degree in Culinary Arts with 3 years’ consecutive industry experience or 5 years’ consecutive Sous Chef experience, and an active…

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    strict but flexible schedule reflected my priorities. I woke up at the same time every day and tackled my daily tasks. I stayed at my restaurant job where I worked nights, leaving the daytime free for studying and running my business. A healthful diet and vigorous exercise helped me to maintain a mental outlook tempered by optimism and realism. What began as a 12-week study plan has become more like a way of life. In turn, my discipline informs the aspects of my character such as integrity…

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    Case: Fast v. Applebee's Intern., Inc., 638 F. 3d 872- Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit 2011 Issue: 1) Whether a tipped employee should receive minimum wage for jobs that take up more than twenty percent of their day and are considered non-tipped duties; and 2) whether or not an employer can claim the tax credit if an employee does in fact work more than twenty percent of their sift doing non-tip producing thinks. The primary issue in the case was how to properly apply the “tip credit” to employees…

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    family’s financial issues and he wanted a job. They were struggling as it was with him and his brother and he strongly wanted to change that outcome so he did. He was only sixteen, so they hired him as a dishwasher at the time. During Mathew’s first year working in this establishment, he learned everything there was to know about Virgilios. He learned how to heat bread, wash dishes their way, bartend, cook, and how to serve food and drinks. When Mathew turned 18 years old, he became a waiter. On…

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    The Invincible Theme

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    The Invincible The movie I am going to write about is “Invincible” that was made in 2006. The main character is Vince Papale, played by Mark Wahlberg. The theme this movie uses is a man’s relationship of himself. It takes places during the 1970’s in Philadelphia were serval jobs sites were being shutdown, while the Philadelphia Eagles known as their NFL team is struggling to win a season. The opening scene starts with the Eagles losing yet another season. Right before football season comes…

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