Restaurant Manager Reviews

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Based on 2,400 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?

May 2019
"Fun, sometimes chaotic, sometimes boring."
Restaurant Manager in Phillipsburg:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: Working nights, weekends and holidays
May 2019
"Pay For Position?"
Restaurant Manager in Monticello:
Pros: The job is a great place to learn and develop the skills you want to learn. Meet wonderful types of demographics from very diverse backgrounds. Each day is a new day with new obstacles.
Cons: Pay is transparent moving throw the ranks learning and building. titles don't distinguish higher rates of pay.
May 2019
"Stress and Ignorance."
Restaurant Manager in Alcoa:
Pros: When it’s busy time flies
Cons: My gm can’t keep workers around for more than a month, and if any of them are good, she works them so much they quit
June 2019
"Long hours and if you work for the right people it will be appreciated."
Restaurant Manager in Cape Town:
Pros: A busy environment.
Cons: No time for rest
June 2019
"Not bad."
Restaurant Manager in Akron:
Pros: The environment is relaxed, the employees are respectful and pleasant to be around
Cons: I feel like I don't make enough money.
July 2019
"It's what you make of it. For me: Excellent."
Restaurant Manager in Houston:
Pros: Shaping up personalities for one common goal
Cons: Not much room to excell
July 2019
"Restaurant Management at Tumbleweed, is just “ok” I absolutely love the staff and continue staying because of them."
Restaurant Manager in Maysville:
Pros: The staff members and guest
Cons: Working Close/Open shifts, and not knowing what kind of mood my boss will be in when I go into work. Inconsistency