Preparing for a catering job interview is extremely important. Employers share lots of funny horror stories about interviews, and you can bet anything you like that the candidates they’re talking about didn’t get the job! That’s why we’ve written some top tips on how to prepare for your interview in catering to raise your chances of being offered the job.
What you need to do before your interview:
After the interview
Politeness is always appreciated and it is therefore a great idea to send a note to your interviewers to thank them for their time. It is an especially good idea to do this if you would like the job as it shows them that you’re not only interested in being offered it, but are also thoughtful enough to provide the kind of teamwork and great customer service they’re looking for.
If you’re looking for temporary or permanent work in the catering industry, search the current catering jobs we currently have available in Hertfordshire, Essex and London, or call us on 01992 620200 to talk about the kind of job you’re looking for.
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