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Hospitality Managers 

Hospitality managers oversee the day to day operations of a hotel or restaurant, which includes managing personnel, ensuring guest satisfaction, and following the appropriate steps to ensure that the facilities are well-maintained. Hospitality managers are also required to oversee the upkeep of financial and administrative records.



A caterer provides, transports, and prepares food for clients, particularly for special events such as conferences, weddings, celebrations, or large gatherings. Responsibilities may include not only providing and preparing food but also serving it and cleaning up afterwards. A catering professional may be responsible for planning a menu, setting up, or providing utensils and other equipment.



Chefs are culinary professionals trained in all aspects of food preparation. Their main responsibilities include planning menus, overseeing the kitchen staff, and ensuring that the food meets high-quality standards. They lead and manage culinary team., develop and plan menus and daily specials, create prep lists for kitchen crew,and ensure compliance with applicable health codes and regulations.

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