Looking for a hands-on Chef in Richmond, Virginia who is very creative and understands the components necessary to run a highly efficient kitchen. Salary is $70k plus bonus and partial relocation. This exciting opportunity is waiting for you, so apply today!
Our premier client is seeking to hire an experienced Restaurant General Manager near Charlottesville, Virginia! Salary up to $130k. Must have upscale experience and ability to take the restaurant to the next level. This a fantastic opportunity at a Michelin starred restaurant, where you can truly shine!
Hi Hospitality Friends,
I hope you are all safe and in good health during this time. While many of you may be financially suffering as a result of this pandemic, I want you to know that I am here to help if you need it. If you recently lost your job, have been without a job for some time or fear you will lose your job in the near future, I want to help you.
While the majority of hotels, restaurants and other hospitality venues are not currently hiring – the floor gates will open back up soon and I want you to be ready! This short break for hospitality and tourism is just that – a short break. I want to encourage you to use this time to take care of your health and prepare for when employers open back up for business.
I am going to be posting several opportunities to start the pipeline flowing again and if you lost your job, I will help you find a new one.
All you need to do is head over to www.forbeshospitality.com and submit your resume. We can then schedule a quick 15 minute chat to discuss your needs, skills and get you prepared for your next role.
I truly believe that when a door closes – another bright, sunny window opens. Let’s get you ready so you can see the sunshine again soon!
Your friend, Mark Schoenberg
The term happiness at work may seem like a distant daydream for most. That’s because the harsh reality in most organizations today is that at least half their workforce is disengaged, and even more are actively or passively looking for other jobs.
This is because most employees are unhappy at work. This stems from the simple, yet unforgiving feeling of being unfulfilled.
Most of us sit in our offices all day (if you’re lucky enough to have your own space), our brains are fried from stress and in between conference calls, we hope and dream that someday we will finally discover our true purpose in life.
But finding your purpose in life is a process. A process that takes some time.
Using the steps below can help you buy some precious time at your current job; and take the first step toward achieving a state of peace of mind until you discover your true place in life.