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Based on 173 responses, the job of General Manager, Restaurant has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.95 out of 5. On average, General Manager, Restaurants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a General Manager, Restaurant?

January 2017
"What am I working for?"
General Manager, Restaurant in Brampton:
Pros: It is close to home.
Cons: Difficult to find an employer worthy of my time and work ethic.
September 2019
"Stressful and high energy but often rewarding."
General Manager, Restaurant in Marietta:
Pros: Managing employees and encouraging growth
Cons: Babysitting the bottom 25% and dealing with disgruntled customers
February 2014
"Challenging."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Pros: Training, making executive decisions, customer service, making a business successful.
Cons: Getting phone calls on my day off. Not being recognized for my achievements, be critiqued strongly.
April 2014
"Be Assertive And Learn As Much As Possible!"
General Manager, Restaurant:
Ask questions, work hard and be assertive with your position. Resolve problems, create paths and help your workplace grow with innovative ideas.
April 2014
"Always Do the Very Best Everyday."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Sometimes, in the real world it does take time to find the right place to work. There is something out there for everyone. It took me over 20 years to find my place and niche - I call it my second home and I find it extremely rewarding. I learned something from everywhere I worked and I took what a learned to the next place. This transfer of information and skills lead me to be the best employee in each position; it also create a situation that each place I worked wanted me to stay and keep my job with them.
July 2014
"High Stress level."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Pros: The people I hire and my customers.
Cons: The Stress.
July 2014
"Fine."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Pros: The people are very good and the clientele is not as bad as a Mcdonalds or Burger King. There are a fairly good amount of different things to do and it is not very hard work.
Cons: It is tedious. You get paid less than most other restaurants of similar volume. And the promotion opportunities are slim. At least, at Mcdonalds, there are a good amount of places to move up and money can get good, but not so much here.