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I come into the restaurant and work a 13 hour day, 5 days a week, Wednesday through Sunday and that doesn’t include an “administration day” which is about 2 hours on Mondays...
Being a successful restaurant manager may be something that an individual can be trained for, but it isn’t a position that every individual will thrive in.
Restaurant managers hire and train employees and oversee all restaurant operations, including food preparation and quality assurance; customer service; inventory and ordering; and safety.
By 2018, food service manager jobs are expected to grow by five percent, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. The growth curve is somewhat less than other jobs, which makes it all the more important that potential restaurant managers attain all of the necessary skills and education available in order to have the best chance at getting the job.
Restaurant managers have a number of responsibilities in the day to day business of running a restaurant.
In a well run restaurant you may never know that a restaurant manager ever exists. Most people never even see one until something goes wrong.