Without the safety net of a corporate career trajectory and transferable skills, how can the wine and hospitality workforce prepare for the next crisis? It’s time to learn
Get Back to Work
Welcome to SevenFifty Daily’s Back to Work Guide. With all the disruption and uncertainty the coronavirus has brought upon the drinks and hospitality industries this year, one thing is for certain: We’re all coming to terms with a new normal.
For the months ahead, we’ll be speaking to experts in all areas of drinks and hospitality to provide the advice, tools, and information you need to get back to business. From what to look for—and avoid—when job hunting or hiring, to tips on smart cellar restocking, to navigating changing workplace protocols, we’ll curate everything you need to return to work with a renewed sense of purpose and optimism.
We’re also introducing the SevenFifty Job Board, a free tool that we hope will support talent retention across the three tiers with up-to-date job listings targeted to your expertise. So get ready to strategize, identify new opportunities, and chart a new path forward.
Top wine professionals share key strategies for maintaining high-quality service without the fuss
From negotiating your plan to understanding incentives, drinks professionals offer tips for making the switch
Drinks industry experts share their top strategies for sealing the deal—from quantifying your worth to making the ask
Tips for maintaining a strong working relationship—even when things go awry
The Master Sommelier and restaurateur shares strategies for thriving in F&B
Bar managers’ best practices for server education, customer engagement, and creating interesting beer lists
Wine distributor reps highlight the supplementary skills that support their wine knowledge and sales techniques
Bartenders share tactics for promoting premium spirits in cocktails, selling rare pours, and more
Experts share their strategies for making—and optimizing—professional connections
Sommeliers give advice on moving higher-end bottles, half glasses, and more—to boost bottom lines
Everything you need to know—and how to choose the program that’s right for you