Products & Merchandise
- 2015 Table Booking Diary incl Postage
- 2013 Hospitality Survey of Remuneration
- Health & Safety in Employment Manual
- Model Job Descriptions Handbook
- Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012
- Holiday & Leave Record Pad
- Declaration of Age Pad
- Notice to Stay Off Premises Pad
- Evidence of Age Signage - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- Restricted Area Liquor Supply Statutory Notice Signage - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- Supervised Area Liquor Supply Statutory Notice Signage - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- We Are Responsible Host Signage - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- Undesignated Area Liqour Supply Statutory Notcie Signage - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- Trading Hours / Duty Manager Sign - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- Trading Hours / Duty Manager Slides - Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act
- Wage/Time Record Pad
- Restaurant Association Gift Vouchers
- 2013 Hospitality Industry Report
1 February, 2014
Johanna Karas took a look at her budget and decided that between the hassle of shopping for groceries and cooking for one, she might as well eat out. So whether she's dining solo or with friends, the 74-year-old widow does just that, taking meals at local restaurants three or four times a week. BY BRITT KENNERLY
The Association often fields calls from the public seeking advice about something that has occurred while they have been dining out. To assist you when you are formulating your own responses, we share some of those most frequently asked.
Do make the customer feel special, Do know the menu, Anticipate, anticipate, anticipate...
The plan to remove Cafe, Bar and Restaurant Managers from Immigration New Zealands essential skills in demand list is a move that will hurt the hospitality sector.
This is a common and often contentious question: who owns the recipes that your business uses? Its a subject with the potential for huge difference of opinion, whereby your chef may consider the recipes they create as their own intellectual property, and you as the owner surely consider that recipes created and used in the business thus become the property of the business.
A hospitality worker has recently taken her former employer to the Human Rights Commission after he requested that she cover up the moko on her forearm at a corporate function last year.