wait staff


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wait staff

or wait·staff (wāt′stăf′)
n.
Personnel employed to serve at tables, as in a restaurant.
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When the wait staff has more time to interact with the customer, it becomes a deeper experience for both sides.
The annual program collects financial donations to support post-secondary scholarships to students who serve as wait staff in Sedgebrook's dining venues.
given as an acknowledgment of any service performed by a wait staff employee." The statute defines a wait staff employee as someone who directly serves food and beverages or clears tables in a qualifying establishment and has no managerial responsibility.
She was showing off her ring to her family and the wait staff," the source adds.
The kitchen staff has already been hired, but manager Kevin Clapper said the restaurant will likely need between eight and 10 new employees to fill the wait staff, which includes waiters, bartenders and hosts.
Emblazoned with Torani s traditional bold colors, the new labels sport illustrations and streamlined copy to make it easy for the time-pressed barista, bartender or wait staff to quickly distinguish among product flavors.
Just one shift in a smoky Oregon bar led to increased levels of a biomarker for a carcinogen in the urine of bar wait staff, researchers from the Multnomah County Health Department and Oregon Public Health Division have found.
Just one work shift in a smoky Oregon bar led to increased levels of a biomarker for a carcinogen in the urine of bar wait staff, researchers from the Multnomah County Health Department and Oregon Public Health Division have reported.
Caption(s): House and Home wait staff / Naz / Jacqueline Goewey of InStyle / Daytime TV star Jeff Branson / Designer Jeffery McCullough / Regina R.
We avoided a cumbersome buffet line by having a sit-down lunch where wait staff served us all chicken parmesan.