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Hotel and Restaurant Staff Recruitment

Posted By: Davidmora

Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2023

Price: Best Offer

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Hello! Are you looking for skilled staff for your hotels and restaurants?
AJEETS recruits manpower for different 5-star, 7-star, 3-star restaurants and hotels. The hotel and restaurant sector is a fast-growing industry and demands a lot of human resources to help provide the best hospitality. In this industry, there are highly specific disciplines that require very precise people. Our experts select the best candidates by interviewing them and testing their skills. They'll also get some basic training from our professionals. AJEETS is the leading hotel and restaurant staff recruitment agency. AJEETS recruits manpower from India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Kenya, and Uganda. We recruit for the postsChina, Japan, Brunei, Taiwan and Maldives like Chefs and cooks, managers, quality checkers, operation managers, cold-storage managers, hygiene supervisors, waiters, Hospitality Services assistants, Front-Desk Clerks, Restaurant Managers, Event Servers, Hotel General managers, Spa therapists, Head Chef, Sous Chef, Line Cook, Dishwasher., Server, Host/ Hostess, Waiter, Barista, Bartender, Steward, Restaurant Supervisor. AJEETS provides service globally but now we are mainly recruiting in the Far East countries like Singapore, Malaysia, South korea, We keep in mind the success of not only the clients but also the employees. Our cost-effective service is all-inclusive, quick, and proven. Contact us any time, AJEETS provides you with the best service.
Contact Us:
AJEETs Management & Manpower Consultancy
Western Edge 2, Office No 407,4th Floor, Opp. Metro Mall,
Western Express Highway,
Borivali -East
Mumbai-400066, India
Email ID: [email protected]


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