Nick Beyer and Seth Dehne, friends of over two decades and with ample experience in the service realm, have recently joined forces with Tim Radke to create a platform that will help alleviate some of the struggles faced in the industry.
The web and app-based platform, called Service Industry Network (SIN), is the first Wisconsin hub for jobs and news that help service industry professionals make connections, strengthen their teams and discover others with a passion for service.
SIN addresses the needs of both those hiring and those wanting to get hired. It’s a place to recruit employees as well as find the right job in the service industry. Both employers – through the webpage – and employees – through the app – are able to share details about who they are and what they are looking for in a professional environment.
"Both the operators and the employees want to find a good fit. Operators don’t want to just fill shifts on a schedule and most (job seekers) don’t want to just take any job in the industry," says Beyer. "SIN makes it transparent for both."
For example, Beyer says that he excelled in a pub atmosphere but would not have thrived in a fine dining restaurant. "This is a way for the right people to land in the right jobs," he says. "This is what everyone in the industry needs and wants."
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