5 Tips for Breaking Up with Your Bar Job
Speaking of replacements, consider how your absence will immediately affect not only your supervisor or boss but also your colleagues with whom you worked side by side. To leave on the best terms possible with everyone you worked with, give as much advance notice as possible, especially if you’re not in any big rush.
“The service industry is always in flux, so it’s not as though you’ll be shocking any manager or owner by telling them you’re leaving,” says Effie Panagopoulos, a former bartender and the founder of Kleos Mastiha Spirit. “Giving two weeks is nice because if staff is tight and you leave without allowing enough notice for them to find your replacement, you create a huge burden on the rest of the staff.”
Read the full article here!
JOIN THE COMMUNITY
Get exclusive discounts, cocktail recipes & more by subscribing to our newsletter (don’t worry, we’re not that thirsty, but we hope you are for KLEOS--we’ll only email you once per month).