Chapter 11
Assembling Your Team
In This Chapter
♦ How many people?
♦ The key players
♦ Say hello and say goodbye
♦ The supporting cast
♦ Get on the training wagon
Working in a bar can be fun. Each night you run a party in progress. Like great parties, much of the success lies in inviting the right people—those with good personalities, senses of humor, and integrity. (Remember, you are running a business; it isn’t all about the party girl.) And as the host each day that you open, it’s your duty to get the party started. In the bar business that means hiring those people to join you and become your co-hosts—in other words, your staff.
All bars need people, and since the business has a high turnover rate you will hire lots of people in your career. ...

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