Business Etiquette. Barbara Jean Bruin, CHE The Collins School Of Hospitality Management Cal Poly University, Pomona A grateful thanks to Dr. Ben Dewald. Let’s Be Seated. It is customary for the young man to help the young lady on his right to be seated
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Barbara Jean Bruin, CHE
The Collins School Of Hospitality Management
Cal Poly University, Pomona
A grateful thanks to Dr. Ben Dewald
Offer them to your guest(s) first BEFORE using them yourself.
Look at tables and station. One line or two.
Gender and status factors, groups.
Not too much. Where is more? The spoon?
Note: Olive pits or fish bones should be removed with your fingers.
Name, what you do, a hint to help remember your name, body language, office seniority & age, younger to older
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