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Based on 2,312 responses, the job of Restaurant Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.62 out of 5. On average, Restaurant Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Restaurant Manager?

June 2014
"Stress."
Restaurant Manager:
Pros: The customers, staff like family.
Cons: On call 24/7, even on vacation!
June 2014
"Stress Involved."
Restaurant Manager:
Have a good team. Create loyalty and dedication and do not let people use you. Do not become the 7 day 24 hour on call person. This creates extreme stress in a non-stressful job. It is very rewarding to know you can make someones day with so little effort, if you love what you do. You eat with your eyes first and it is your job to create works of art.
August 2014
"Disappointing Pay Scale Versus Hours Worked."
Restaurant Manager:
Negotiate a realistic pay scale for the amount of hours worked including quarterly bonuses and escalating annual vacation benefit. Pay close attention to sales particularly as they impact labor and food costs. Provide constant communication to employees with bi-weekly reports to owner to keep them informed as to challenges faced and recommended remedial actions and associated expenses.
August 2014
Restaurant Manager:
Pros: Working with people. Supplying them with what they want and seeing them satisfied. Working in a non-stop atmosphere.
Cons: Dealing with employees who have a hard time listening.
August 2014
"`Lasting Experience`"
Restaurant Manager:
Employ well trained staff to give the `lasting experience`
August 2014
"Managers Are Made By Himself."
Restaurant Manager:
Pros: Managing from the front, love to work as a team for a common goal to satisfy customers with good food and service.
Cons: Hours of work no family life handling different gusts with different mood different situation any wrong service or any dissatisfaction.
September 2014
"Plenty Of Responsibility And A Willingness To Do More."
Restaurant Manager:
You must have a will to always do more and not necessarily be recognized for all of your efforts, while praising, training, assisting others without complaint. To excel one must go above and beyond to prove their worth and build a good team.