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Based on 2,783 responses, the job of General Manager, Restaurant has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.72 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?

July 2014
"Love 5 he job."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Ask for enough money.....stay focused.
August 2014
"Consistency Is Key."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Systems are the key to success. Remember most of the time things are never as good as you think they are, but at the same time they usually are never as bad either!
August 2014
General Manager, Restaurant:
Know who you are and what you are worth. Work for someone who appreciates you and will bend over backwards for you as you do for them.
August 2014
"Know Who You Are And What You Are Worth."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Make sure you are paid according to the work you do and how well you accommodate the needs of staff guest and needs of the store. Know your worth.
September 2014
"Never Stop Learning."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Take instruction, grow from every person you meet. Listen to how the people above you achieved their position. There is ALWAYS somewhere else to go.
October 2014
General Manager, Restaurant:
Pros: I love my job cause I love people but the work load is plenty sometimes were required to work 70 hours. We're told to run the business as our own.
Cons: The work load and working 6 days a week not being complimented for overtime this job can be very stressful.
October 2014
"Be The Example."
General Manager, Restaurant:
Restaurants are fast and sometimes harsh environments. The best way to get people to do what they should is to do it yourself as well. Hold them to your own standard. No one should demand something from someone they are incapable of doing themselves.