What does a Bartender do?
Bartenders take order, make drinks, and serve them to customers. Bartenders work at a variety of restaurants and drinking extablishments, including bars, clubs, hotels, resorts, casinos, and restaurants. They tend to work weekends, late hours, and over holidays.
Bartenders do not need to have a formal education, but most have a high school diploma or equivalent. Bartenders generally acquire their skills through on-the-job training. The best bartenders are friendly and outgoing, have a good memory, and display composure.
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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a bartender
When working as a bartender, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are VERBAL Communication, Writing, Excellent Communication, Excellent Customer Service and Requests.
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