There are some jobs were gender does make a difference, and being a bouncer is one of them. Now I’m not saying that females cannot be bouncers or that they don’t do a good job, just that their gender makes a difference in the job.
If you are attempting to plan a hen’s night, here is one important tip: IT IS NOT LIKE THE MOVIES! You will not be kidnapping the bride and taking her to a strip show. Sorry to disappoint you.
There is one big drawback to working in bars and nightclubs; you will generally be working nights and nearly always working on a Friday and Saturday night. Now at first this may not seem like such a big issue, until you realise just how much you will miss out with people that work Monday to Friday 9 til 5 jobs.
There is only one way to never get caught cheating on your partner and that is not to do it. While that may seem quite simple, it is a problem that most relationships will face. Now this could just be the cynic in me, but most people tend to put themselves first. Perhaps relationships have evolved to the point where one person can no longer meet all the needs of another person.
The key to having a great interview for a bar or nightclub is to be a balance of fun and business. You don’t want to be one of those staff members that either don’t have a clue about what they are doing or are so stuck up themselves that it makes you wonder why they even got into the hospitality business in the first place.
Typical female response, there is no right answer for this, it depends on a number of factors. From being the barmaid in this situation, I’ll pass on some attempts that have worked and others that have failed miserably. Hopefully it will stop barmaids from being rudely hit on everywhere.