Restaurant managers deal with the day-to-day operations of food-service establishments. They're responsible for making sure all aspects of the restaurant run smoothly, from food preparation to customer service.
A typical day for a restaurant manager may include: • Hiring or training new employees, scheduling kitchen and wait staff, and managing payroll • Taking inventory of food and supplies and ordering food, beverages, equipment, and other supplies as needed • Inspecting the kitchen and dining area for cleanliness, organization, and adherence to restaurant codes • Handling customer complaints that cannot be resolved by the wait staff, or mediating disputes between members of the staff.
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