Hi I would like to ask anyone who is reading this if that can help with this question. It is for some research I am doing it comes in a couple of parts it would be a great help if I could find out anyone opinion 1. In your opinion is there a clear career progression for chefs? 2. What level is the most common for chef to leave the industry? skills gap as a significant gap between an organization’s current capabilities and the skills it needs to achieve its goals. example of some skill Process and project management skills Sales skills Technical/IT/systems skills Communication/interpersonal skills Customer service skills Managerial/supervisory skills Profession- or industry-specific skills Basic skills (the traditional building blocks of business-level competencies that are most commonly associated with elementary language arts and mathematics) 3. Do you think that there is a common skill head chefs are unable to do 4. Is the biggest gap in skill in head chefs? Sous-chef? Chef de partie? Or Commis chef? The gap skill can be anything from knife skill, time management budgeting marketing, people management and communication skill.