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Food and beverage manager Interview Questions

"When hiring a food and beverage manager, restaurants and hotels will look for applicants with the managerial skills and business knowledge to place food and beverage orders, hire staff, oversee health regulations, and create budgets. Prepare to be asked about your management style, training techniques, customer service skills, and knowledge of health and safety regulations. Although not required, a bachelor's degree in foodservice management will be seen as a major plus to employers."

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Are you proficient with ordering and inventory?

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Yes I am.

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What was your most difficult customer confrontation and how did you handle it?

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Can you work in a team environment?

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Name a time you delt with a difficult customer and how you handled it.

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How would you handle challenging direct reports

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So being that you have not worked for the company, what do you know about TPG?

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typically generic,the usual questions always asked in some form or fashion pertaining to knowledge experience and some personal chit chat questions. most hotels and interviews are boring yada yada , you cant escape it..

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When can you start?

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Have I ever worked at the smoothie factory before.

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