Illinois BASSET Certification

Illinois BASSET Certification

 

The restaurant business is fast-paced and exciting! As a server, you get firsthand experience on how the restaurant world works and you get superb experience working with people of sorts!

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So do you think you have what it takes to be a server? Here are the most demanded skills that servers need to have:
1. People Skills
Servers interact with tons of people in a day – some can be nice, and some can be outright nasty. Servers are expected to have excellent people skills to be able to deal with all sorts of customers. This aids customer retention and translates into a huge bonus for you!
2. Multi-tasking
If you’re a pro at multitasking, you’ll ace the serving game. When the rush hour pulls in, servers are responsible for various tasks like taking orders, serving, bringing the check, and collecting the check. It can be a bit of a hassle, but if you’re good at multi-tasking, you’re halfway there
3. Time management
Customers hate waiting, and chefs can get cranky when their work station becomes crowded with unpicked orders. As a server you’re expected to be quick on your feet with task management. This means being quick on your feet and sharp minded.
4. Smart Dressing
If you love looking good and maintaining appearances, you’ve aced the server interview. Servers are always supposed to be professionally dressed, neat and clean. It’s reflective of the restaurant and its service. No one wants to be served by a shabby server!
5. Good Memory
The restaurant rush can get overwhelming, which is exactly why waitresses are required to have sharp memory.
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