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1. Server Questions

Any place with food and drinks has a food server. Food servers perform a variety of tasks, from preparing the food, stocking supplies, serving, charging people for their food, handling cash, credit cards, and a cash register, cleaning tables and counters, resetting tables, greeting customers and answering questions.

Most waiters and waitresses, also called servers, work in full-service restaurants. They greet customers, take food orders, bring food and drinks to the tables and take payment and make change. … Make no mistake, being a waiter or waitress is hard work.

Here are 5 serving tips for waiters new and old to make the most of their shift.
  1. The customer is always right. The first rule of being a good server is to remember the customer is always right. …
  2. Be friendly but professional. …
  3. Know the menu forward and backward. …
  4. Practice good hygiene. …
  5. Always upsell, but not in an obnoxious way.

Payment of Hourly Wages: Some restaurants don’t pay any house pay and the waitstaff just works for tips, but waitstaff should also receive the appropriate minimum wage base payTraining Pay: If training is mandatory, then an employeemust be paid at least minimum wage for this time.

2. Housekeeping jobs Questions

Housekeepers/maids are responsible for making sure all assigned areas of the home are clean, neat, and tidy. … Some housekeeper/maid positions also require cooking or food preparation and heavy cleaning, like cleaning windows and furniture.

What Hours Do Hotel Housekeepers Work? As a hotel housekeeper, you typically workeight to 10-hour shifts during the day, when hotel guests are out of their rooms for activities, or they are checked out of their rooms.

On average, housekeepers clean 13 to 15 rooms a day, but it can be as high as 30 at some hotels. And they’re expected to clean them all in one eight-hour shift. So, even if you do put your “Do Not Disturb” sign out, sometimes they still have to knock.

3. Lifeguard Questions

Lifeguards work 48 hours each week and first-year lifeguards earn a minimum of $15an hour, for a weekly salary of about $800.00.

Children’s camp lifeguards must be at least 17 years of age, except; − A maximum of50% of the required lifeguards on duty may be 16 years of age; − Lifeguards for wilderness swimming must be at least 18 years of age.

  1. Be at least 16 years of age by the start of employment.
  2. Have at least 20/30 vision in one eye and 20/40 in the other – without corrective lenses. Glasses and contact lenses may not be worn during the eye exam.
  3. Be able to swim 50 yards in 35 seconds or less, with proper form.
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