Whether the waiter is experienced or not, a training manual will allow him to always consult the instructions or seek answers to his questions. Explain the theme, philosophy, and service standards of your restaurant to each new employee, regardless of their experience. Offer opportunities to try the restaurant's dishes, either at a formal tasting or as discounts on staff meals for the first few weeks. Yes, I know it's incredibly obvious and trust me, it feels completely ridiculous to say, but I can't stress this enough.
Punctuality is essential when starting a new job. It's one of the first impressions your employers and co-workers will have of you. Show up late and everyone will think that
a) it's disrespectful and
b) that you don't really care about work. If something happens and you can't arrive on time or can't show up at all, pick up the phone and call them.
Therefore, holding an orientation training session should be the first step taken in training restaurant waiters. You're getting ready for your first day of training at a new restaurant, aren't you? Whether you've been working as a server for years or if you're just starting out, there are a couple of things you should always keep in mind before starting your first day of training.