I'm looking for find some other kind of job using the training and experience I already have gained as a salaried restaurant manager. Any advice from anyone, particularly those who may have already been in my shoes, would be great. Maybe something that's not 50+ hrs a week, with some weekends off? Any advice would be great, but please don't respond with something simple like "Eh, everyone doesn't like there job now and then" or something like that. I'm looking for real help, desperately. Thank you for your time if you answer!
I recently got a job as a manager for a Restaurant. I don't want to say which one but it's for a company almost as big as Darden or Brinker. I'm just wondering if there are any restaurant managers who can tell me what they bonus'd last year so I can have a ROUGH idea of what to expect.
I am an accountant, but I always wanted to be a restaurant manager. My family owns a restaurant and thinks that the business is too demanding, but they are a mom and pop shop, and cook all the food as well as manage, they hate it. I have worked for them a lot, growing up, but I can't use that on a resume. I know all of the ins and outs. I have a bachealors in management and accounting. I am an excellent mediator, I know I'd be great and this job and enjoy it. I need to be around people, accounting is so boring. Also, every job personality test I take points me in this direction. I have spent 7 years of my life as an accountant. I have to support myself, and I need to make at least a decent salary. How do I start? Would I have to be an assistant manager? Do assistant managers make any money? I need advice on a carreer switch. Also, should I even mention that my family owns a business to potential employers?
What salary should one expect while relocating to Bahrain as a Restaurant Manager in a 4 Star hotel with other perks being Accommodation, medical, meals, transport & insurance? All the visa & flight expenses will also be taken care of by the company.
Well I am searching for something for a friend who has a contract ending with her current job soon.
She could renew the contract, but the location is far away from home and it's been a little hard.
You know companies like Mitsubishi and Isuzu and Toyota who have cafeterias (hot, homemade food) inside? That's kind of what she does.. she prefers the privacy and safety of being a cook inside of a corporate company rather than somewhere like Olive Garden or wherever.
Do any of you know where I could get some leads for jobs like that in Orange County? I tried to search for it on Monsters, but it's hard to describe, and the results come out to places like hotels and other things.
She wants to own the cafeteria itself (underneath the company, of course) and be a worker as well as the manager. It's most likely a small business. Her work experience is pretty good, but it's a matter of the environment..
(she is described as a restaurant/cafeteria manager)
anything would be help!
I would like to get into the restaurant business. My resume shows two years of college, 4 years of waiting tables/bartending, and 12 years of self employment(non-restaurant related).I really don't want to start out as waiter and work my way up. What is my best approach to applying for a restaurant manager position? Do they hire outsiders w/out prior restaurant management exp.?
Just looking to see if anyone has experiences with this or maybe give me some tips (so to speak).
Im looking for more specifically a chain restaurant manager but I suppose a private restaurant would give me an idea as well.
Hi I'm a restaurant manager and my crew is mainly high school students and some LEGAL immigrants.I always thank them for specific things they do well, try to help them when they are buried in work and try to listen and address any concerns they have.But unfortunately, I do not handle the schedule and have no control over how many workers I can have on a shift and it gets very hectic at times. So my crew is often overworked. I also have a fantastic crew that gives their best every day, and most of them do an awesome job.
Do you have some ideas that I can use to make my crew feel appreciated and to make the place a fun place to work? Our work is busy, so I can do very little to control the volume of business.
As a new manager, I want my crew to realize just how important they are to making our business a success and also because they are great people to work with.
So how can I show them just how much I appreciate them.
(I can't give them raises every time they do a good job
I've been a restaurant manager for 10 years. I am planning to have a child within the next year. I love this business but do not want to go back to the long hours and high stress after childbirth. I would like to work from home in the restaurant business in some capacity. Any ideas as to opportunities.
My husband is brilliant, but extremely shy. He is looking for a new job and needs to be able to express himself appropriately and professionally in an interview with prospective employers. Does anyone know where I can find resources to help him learn how to overcome his insecurity in this matter? He has been a restaurant manager with the same company for 22 years, but wants to change his career path to one that is less stressful. He has a wide variety of skills and could probably work in any number of fields. He is well educated and very creative. But, he just doesn't know how to talk to people with whom he isn't familiar without getting extremely nervous and stumbling with his words. He's a really great guy, age 42. So, how can he quickly learn how to get through the interview process? And, what can I do to encourage him? Thanks.
I am a very experienced restaurant manager for a very big and very popular restaurant chain but after 11 years of service, I want to put my talents to work for me and a partner and team up with someone that already has an operation but does not know where to drive it next. This person could be from another profession but has invested in a restaurant or some similar situation. How do I make contact, or facilitate this person to make contact with me?
I am on Linkedin already
My husband and I are moving to China in a few months. While he already has a great job there, I am still to find one for myself. I am currently working as a Restaurant Manager - Fine Dining. How much money should I be expecting to make over there doing the same? How about bartending or serving? (you got to start from somewhere...)
Note, my hair is natural now it is not purple as in my pic. I look very normal and appropriate for that kind of job.
Anyway, I've had a little over a year's experience is food service. About 5 months as a waitress, about 8 in fast food. Is this enough to work at a Starbucks? I am also qualified in servsafe to be a restaurant manager, but I'm not sure if you are required to have that at Starbucks since there's not much food besides breakfast sandwiches and such.
Also, I'm 18.
My girlfriend and I have been together for 7 years! since we were 15 years old! I will be 23 in February! I lost my job as a restaurant manager in January and things have been tight ever since. I really want to propose and she really wants me to as well. BUT money is really tight.
Is it tacky or bad etiquette to purchase a cubic zirconia ring now...and then replace it later down the road with a nice diamond when funds are more accessible?
Please give me as much feed back as possible! Really need some good advice.
I am a 2nd year MBA student, I am trying to make a career change from Restaurant Management (last job had 60 employees, 3 managers under me) to Project Management. Can I use my job as a restaurant manager as project management experience in order to sit for the PMP exam? Any insight would be great. Thank you.
I'm going to culinary school right now as well as taking restaurant management courses and I'm really interested in becoming a manager for a really nice, high end restaurant. I've been an assistant manager before and I love the position, but I really want to be in charge of a restaurant and be able to use my culinary background as well.
Restaurant managers, or people with experience, could you tell me what you love and hate about the job? Thanks! :)
I am a recent college graduate and I was offered an entry level job in my major(Sociology) but it only pays about 10.78. I also was offered a job making 12.00 but it was as a restaurant manager, but is not what I went to school for. What's more important, getting more money or working in my major. Now I'm leaning toward the restaurant!
I am currently a Management Trainee with the Taj Group of Hotels working in the Food and Beverage Service area. In 5 months I will become an Asst. Restaurant Manager. It's a good life but it's just not my style.
I am a kind of person who likes adventure, travelling, sports etc.
Is there any career in adventure and its related segments.
If so what are they and how to I go about it and will it be well paid jobs?
Hi! I'm new here in London, at the moment I''ve a job but I want to know, how to be a manager, because everywhere someone need a manager, the problem is that I don't know if I must studing for be a manager, In conclusion, I don't know What I must do to be a restaurant manager, Like Bar manager, or floor manager, something like that....
As per our telephone conversation regarding the vacancy of Restaurant Manager I am forwarding my Cover letter and Curriculum Vitae to you. Please find the attached. is this correct wording or not?