Culinary Supervisory Management Refresher

Experienced chef managers will be the first to tell you that locating and hiring quality employees is perhaps the most challenging aspect of managing a modern kitchen. Competition for qualified labor is intense, and the demand for employees continues to outpace the supply of interested and qualified applicants. For those chef managers forced to deal with the revolving door of high employee turnover, the outlook is particularly grim. But employee selection is simply the first step. In order for the food service operation to be successful, the chef manager must create a positive work environment where well-trained, carefully selected employees are motivated to provide the exceptional food and service that today's dining customers demand. This seemingly difficult task is accomplished through effective management and supervision.