According to Vicki Beavens, general manager for dining services with Sodexo, Queshaun has made an impact on foodservice by:
- Learning and following policies and procedures to provide a high level of service in order to keep customers and clients happy
- Positively impacting team spirit and food quality due to his willingness to learn
- Applying the skills and knowledge he possesses to provide great-tasting food, spot-on presentation and seamless service
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Becoming an assistant chef.
Reading and understanding recipes and how to treat the products and the appearance of the finished product.
To be attentive to HACCP, to keep the customer in mind, and to listen and learn in everything I do.
To find the drive to handle two jobs and keep food safety as a part of my everyday task. [Editor’s note: Randall works as a dishwasher at a different foodservice location as a second job.]
When I came to this position at Pirate City and was acknowledged for the skills I have and was able to put them to use.
I would like to go to culinary school. In the long term, my goal is to own my own restaurant.
One day I was taking out the trash and thought I would look cool and was swinging the bag to toss it into the dumpster and it broke open and garbage—kitchen garbage—flew all over me. An associate and I could do nothing but laugh.
When I first started working in a mom-and-pop operation and the dishes were piled a mile high! I was a one-man band and remember feeling so frustrated. But I stuck it out and it is finally paying off.