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Top 50 Restaurant General Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Restaurant General Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Restaurant General Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.2% of Restaurant General Manager resumes contained Customer Service as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Restaurant General Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Restaurant General Manager

1. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Assisted General manager in all areas of Restaurant Management to ensure profitability and outstanding customer service on all levels.
  • Configured server station charts to assure high degree of cost-efficient customer service; focused on customer problem-identification and resolution.
  • Oversee daily restaurant activities including customer service, food preparation and cleanliness.
  • Maintained high standards of customer service during high-volume, fast-paced operations.
  • Established high standards of customer service and insured proper staffing/scheduling.
  • Developed and maintained exceptional customer service standards.
  • Engage in customer service with intent to resolve all customer complaints to a satisfying solution.
  • Maintain customer service expectations within the restaurant utilizing a 3 point customer contact.
  • Maintained company expectations, constantly seeking new ways to improve customer service.
  • Locate bottlenecks during peek periods to improve to provide better customer service.
  • Build sales and guest counts through team leadership and customer service.
  • Scheduled employees to meet labor controls without sacrificing customer service.
  • Establish standards for personnel performance and customer service.
  • Up selling, prep food, customer service.
  • Maintain customer service, labor, and food safety
  • Provided ongoing customer service training to staff.
  • Managed multi-unit restaurant with focus on quality food and outstanding customer service.
  • Implement strong analytical and customer service skills to manage both the budget and customer side of the business.
  • Provided fast and efficient customer service while paying close attention to quality and food service standards.
  • oversee daily operation and ensure great customer service.

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2. Food Safety
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Here's how Food Safety is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Passed all restaurant/food safety inspections.
  • Managed a team of 15 members, training staff in product procedures and food safety in compliance with company standard.
  • Achieved 100% compliance with non-negotiable standards for food safety, health and sanitation inspections by implementing operational audits.
  • Train team members, inventory, food orders, do interviews, and ensure food safety and quality
  • Monitor the day to day operations, daily ops check lists, Food Safety check lists.
  • Comply with all food safety regulations to ensure the health and safety of customers and staff.
  • Passed with a 90% or above on every state and company food safety inspections.
  • Manage P/L, order food and supplies, ensure food safety to state's standards.
  • Supervised all in-house aspects of the restaurant, from cleanliness to food safety.
  • Labor management, all aspects of food safety and systems execution.
  • Certified in food safety by the National Restaurant Association in 1999.
  • Cash management, providing customer service, ensuring food safety.
  • Performed monthly ROR's and Retail Food Safety performance checks.
  • Adhere to all standards for Food Safety and Sanitation.
  • Forecast, schedule, adhere & teach food safety.
  • Trained employees in proper food safety handling.
  • Provided training in food safety.
  • Controlled HACCP(Food Safety Practices) Maintained a low turnover rate.
  • Received a score of 91 on Servesafe food safety exam.
  • Certified Food safety manager with Servsafe and Experior certification.

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3. Financial Statements
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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Established and implemented accounting procedures, prepared financial statements.
  • Monitor and use financial statements accordingly.
  • Review financial statements, sales reports, and hourly performance data to measure productivity and goal achievement to maximize total revenue.
  • Reviewed financial statements, sales and activity reports, and other performance data to measure productivity and goal achievement.
  • Prepared journal entries and financial statements for receivable and payable functions.
  • Maintained financial statements for home office use.
  • Maintained all financial statements for owner.
  • Created sales reports and financial statements.
  • Review financial statements and activity reports Identify areas needing cost reduction or program improvement.

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4. Payroll
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Here's how Payroll is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Total operation of the restaurant which includes hiring scheduling inventory payroll day to day operations
  • Oversee employee relations encompassing staff recruitment, training and performance evaluation * Prepare and distribute payroll for up to 90 employees.
  • Maintain budget and employee records, P&L, prepare payroll, and pay bills, or monitor bookkeeping records.
  • Review time sheets, work charts, wage computation, and other information to detect and reconcile payroll discrepancies.
  • Prepared payroll and employee records, processed all A/R and A/P activities, and conducted internal audits.
  • Use of Profit & Loss & Budgeting Systems (payroll and food & beverage cost controls).
  • Maintain budget and employee records, prepare payroll, complete expenses, and monitor bookkeeping records.
  • Manage store payroll, operations and administration including scheduling, inventory, and customer service.
  • Celebrate staff successes, handle staff issues, conduct reviews, and finalize payroll.
  • Controlled payroll changes such as labor codes, pay rates and change documentation.
  • Process paperwork for new employees and enter employee information into the payroll system.
  • Reduced payroll costs through more efficient scheduling and used of work force.
  • Control our P&L by managing payroll and operating expenses.
  • Managed payroll, shift scheduling and maintained personnel files.
  • Review Profit and Loss reports and Payroll records.
  • Prepare payroll and taxes for the business operation.
  • Monitored budget and payroll records.
  • Managed accounts payable and payroll.
  • Prepared payroll, food and operating budgets for mouthly profit and loss statements.
  • Implemented proper TIPS tracking sheets for multi-department employees to track payroll information.

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5. Labor Costs
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Here's how Labor Costs is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Created cost measurement and analysis tools and guided supervisors in management practices that decreased food and labor costs over 2.5%.
  • Position included interviewing, training, and scheduling employees to keep labor costs in control while maintaining an excellent service level.
  • Achieve budgeted revenues, control expenses and labor costs, and maximize profitability within all areas of the restaurant.
  • Managed food costs, labor costs, inventory, scheduling, training of crew and management candidates.
  • Oversee all finances including food and labor costs as well as profits and losses for business.
  • Generated and analyzed daily, weekly and monthly forecasts, labor costs, inventory and ordering.
  • Profit and loss, food costs, labor costs and marketing were key goal orientated factions.
  • Optimized profits by controlling food, beverage and labor costs on a daily basis.
  • Delegate and lead processes to control labor costs, food costs, and cash.
  • Control labor costs, food costs and all sub departments of the business.
  • Reduced labor costs by 5 percent while maintaining excellent service and profit levels.
  • Optimize profits by controlling food, beverage and labor costs.
  • Control labor costs, labor not to exceed 20%.
  • Increase store sales, monitored labor costs and bookkeeping.
  • Controlled beverage, food, and labor costs.
  • Increased sales in 26% while decreased labor costs in more than 35%.
  • Reduced annual labor costs from 29% to 24%.
  • Key Accomplishments: Established guidelines for new restaurant: food costs, labor costs and optimum scheduling.
  • Inventory,control of food costs and labor costs.
  • Maximize profitability by maintaing low food and labor costs.

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6. Beverage Orders
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Here's how Beverage Orders is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Placed food orders, beverage orders and office supply orders.

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7. Daily Operations
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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Managed daily operations, including employees, food preparation and inventory and opening/closing duties.
  • Directed daily operations and managed performances of unit support staff.
  • Possess expertise in strategic and daily operations planning.
  • Managed and coordinated action plans for daily operations.
  • Job Duties: Responsible for all aspects of daily operations of restaurant functions, including following all state and federal regulations.
  • Managed the daily operations of the store which included cash management, sales, and weekly ordering of food.
  • Oversee daily operations including budget, food and labor costs, inventory, staffing, scheduling and purchasing.
  • Supervised the daily operations along with overseeing the hiring, training, promoting and termination of staff.
  • Coordinated between front and back of house to ensure smooth running of the store in daily operations.
  • Directed daily operations and profit performance, supervising a staff of 3 managers and 35 hourly employees.
  • Oversee daily operations of the store by providing leadership and ensuring productivity.
  • Opened new restaurant in Kent, Ohio, managing daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations while following all store policies and procedures.
  • Oversee the daily operations of a Burger King Restaurant.
  • Work restaurant peak periods to observe daily operations.
  • Managed all daily operations of the restaurant.
  • Directed the daily operations of the restaurant.
  • Maintained daily operations by performing internal audits and conducting sanitation and safety inspections to successfully meet state and company regulations.
  • Oversee the daily operations of Braum's food service function, grocery market and fountain sales.
  • Store manager responsible for daily operations to achieve sales goals and growth and provide 100% customer satisfaction.

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8. Restaurant Operations
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Here's how Restaurant Operations is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Monitored restaurant operations and took appropriate action to ensure food quality and service standards were consistently met.
  • Evaluate individual restaurant operations and provide recommendations for improvements in procedures, products or equipment to Chef/Owner.
  • Ensured the integrity of restaurant operations through excellence in customer relations.
  • Served in all aspects of restaurant operations
  • Supervised front house/back house restaurant operations.
  • Increased profitability of restaurant operations.
  • Managed front house/back house restaurant operations for this high volume training restaurant.
  • Direct restaurant operations, managed high productivity of up to 25 employees.
  • Managed restaurant operations in terms of staffing and scheduling functions.
  • Train employees in proper restaurant operations, CHAMPS.
  • Managed all aspects of quick service restaurant operations.
  • Plan and direct all restaurant operations.
  • Report to Director of Restaurant Operations.
  • full accountability for restaurant operations in the absence of the Restaurant General Manager.
  • Complete food and beverage management responsibilities encompassing both front and Back-of-house restaurant operations.
  • Promoted to Marketing, January 2015- October 2015 Responsible for all areas of restaurant operations, ensuring top store performance.
  • Developed one of the top restaurant operations in Washtenaw County, based on performance and profitability.
  • Handled all inventory and scheduling Hired new associates and provided training In charge of entire restaurant operations
  • Managed and scheduled 50 employees Maintained restaurant operations; $3.6 million annual revenues Bar Manager Managed purchasing
  • Inventory Truck Order Interview/hire/train New Hire Orientation P&L Budgeting Restaurant Operations

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9. Inventory Control
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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Managed inventory control specifically shrinkage and specialty pricing.
  • Inventory control through accurate forecasting.
  • Implemented inventory controls on a shift by shift basis which has held Food cost at a 2.5% or less loss.
  • Retail management including inventory control, stock management, consistent product delivery, loss prevention, safe and till management.
  • Strengthened supplier relations and inventory control resulting in inventory cost cuts of 12% within two years.
  • Order product, maintain inventory controls and monitor team members in multiple locations throughout the store.
  • Reduced waste through more efficient inventory control, purchasing and close monitoring of invoice payments.
  • Oversee inventory control, ordering, and maintaining quality control of all food products.
  • Decreased costs by ensuring proper training and inventory control on a daily basis.
  • Managed procurement, receipt, inventory control, and food preparation, quality.
  • Experience in payroll, scheduling, inventory control of food and beverages.
  • Organized store room, refrigerator and freezer for better inventory control.
  • Cash and inventory controls through impromptu cash audit and inventory count.
  • Inventory control reports (daily, weekly and monthly).
  • Trained in inventory control and loss prevention.
  • Inventory control, sales and profitability.
  • Cash control, inventory control, hiring, training, P&L.
  • Inventory control ,purchasing, receiving, rotation, and audit for usage accountability.
  • Inventory control, food and labor costing, data entry, money handling, p&l and waste management.
  • Increase sales -Inventory Control -Budget upkeep -Employee scheduling -Team leader -Team player -Staff training and development -Marketing -Cash control -Profit and loss

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10. Guest Satisfaction
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Here's how Guest Satisfaction is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Communicated frequently with new and existing customers to build goodwill, achieve total guest satisfaction and generate repeat/referral sales.
  • Improved Member and Guest satisfaction ratings by surpassing expectations with product and service improvements.
  • Hired high-quality staff that demonstrated and ensured consistent guest satisfaction.
  • Managed daily operations of my Burger King to ensure guest satisfaction, increasing sales and profitability, and employee retention.
  • Schedule all employees and managers to best suit the needs of guest satisfaction and speed of service.
  • Investigated and resolved food and beverage quality and service issues, ensuring guest satisfaction and repeat business.
  • Cut food and labor costs by 16% while increasing sales, food/service quality and guest satisfaction.
  • Manage everyday operation front and back of the house to ensure smooth process and guest satisfaction.
  • Boosted guest satisfaction scores from 89% to 95% within 6 months of program launch.
  • Increased Guest Satisfaction Rate by 22% in 3 months by daily coaching and training.
  • Ensured all employees are trained, motivated and empowered to deliver total guest satisfaction.
  • Achieved guest satisfaction ranking of 6 out of 331 Marriott branded causal restaurants.
  • Directed all facets of the restaurant and catering to ensure optimal guest satisfaction.
  • Achieved guest satisfaction ranking 10 out of 326 Marriott branded in-room dining services.
  • Evaluate each employee s ability to maintain high levels of guest satisfaction.
  • Created new service, guest satisfaction and operational policies and procedures.
  • Maintained guest satisfaction scores between 96% - 98%.
  • Managed and responsible of everyday operation of the Obar restaurant to ensure staff would provide smooth consistent service and guest satisfaction.
  • Trained GM's in area to utilize new scheduling tool to best ability to hit budget and maintain guest satisfaction.
  • Ensured employees received on-going training to understood guest satisfaction skills.

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11. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Collaborate with staff members to plan or develop programs of events, schedules of activities, or menus.
  • Managed over 70 staff members, including assistant managers, executive chef, floor managers and banquet managers.
  • Coached and mentored several dozen staff members by offering constructive feedback and taking interest in their long-term career.
  • Provided the highest level of training to staff members to deliver excellent customer service to guests.
  • Led a team of 5 Associate Managers, Retail Partner, and 136 hourly staff members.
  • Maintain direction of kitchen staff members to ensure daily goals and tasks are being met.
  • Hired more staff members and retained them for longer than the company's previous average.
  • Facilitated the training of staff members on effective merchandising and branding techniques and procedures.
  • Forged well-built relationships with the customers, staff members, guests and team organizers.
  • Closed payroll for twenty to twenty-five staff members on a weekly basis.
  • Conducted whiskey and beer classes designed to educate staff members and customers.
  • Led a comprehensive safety training for twenty to twenty-five staff members.
  • Managed over 40 staff members and three dining areas each day.
  • Advanced two staff members in Montana to Area Manager roles.
  • Interviewed and selected potential staff members.
  • Recruit and hire staff members.
  • Conduct or arrange for ongoing technical training and personal development classes for staff members 1 recommendation available upon request
  • Managed 2 Assistant Managers, 3 Supervisors, 18 Wait Staff, 5 Hostesses, and 12 Kitchen Staff members
  • Managed and oversaw multi unit departments within the restaurant and lead a staff of over 100 staff members
  • Hired, trained and certified all staff members on food preperation, resturant cleanliness, saftey and health regulations.

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12. Company Standards
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Here's how Company Standards is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Ensured guest service met company standards and provided excellent customer satisfaction.
  • Maintained company standards in product and facility specifications.
  • Developed audit for compliance with company standards
  • Managed daily operations at a high volume full service restaurant ensuring that quality meets company standards and guest expectations are exceeded.
  • Maintained a neat, well-groomed appearance including impeccable personal hygiene, hair restraint and minimal jewelry that met company standards.
  • Leveraged prior experience in establishing and following store policies, procedures as directed by company standards to maximize training.
  • Manage restaurant and all employees to ensure everyone is fulfilling duties in compliance with company standards and state standards.
  • Implemented BKC training tools to improve overall operations and develop new employees to meet or exceed company standards.
  • Maintain federal, state, and municipal safety and sanitary requirements as well as company standards.
  • Required to conduct weekly and monthly inventories to maintain food cost within company standards.
  • Designed line checks, order guides, training manuals and company standards.
  • Directed members of the Assistant Management Team in accordance with company standards.
  • Controlled labor and food cost to company standards.
  • Maintain high food quality to meet company standards
  • Train my crew to company standards
  • Followed all safety and sanitation policies when handling food/beverages to uphold proper health/company standards and to improve efficiency.
  • Maintained a clean & safe work environment to ensure compliance with all OSHA requirements, other governmental regulations &company standards.
  • Oversee and manage all areas of the restaurant Ensure guest service meets company standards and customer satisfaction is maintained.
  • Hired, trained and directed staff of full and part time employees according to company standards.
  • Manage 10 to 15 people Manage Profit and Loss accounts Hiring /Scheduling Ensure training complete to company standards

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13. Human Resources
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Here's how Human Resources is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Developed and monitored systems for all aspects of the business including Customer Satisfaction, Human Resources, Finance, and Operations.
  • Handled cash flow, labor, food cost control, scheduling, team motivation, human resources and overall operations profit.
  • Managed up to 35 people at a time responsible for banking, human resources schedules, inventory, and reporting.
  • Handled all human resources activities, inventory management, and monitoring P&L statements for the restaurant.
  • Managed human resources functions including recruiting, hiring, and performance appraisals for a staff of 20+ employees.
  • Tracked food costs, inventory levels, human resources operations monthly promotions, and current sales trends.
  • Managed human resources, operations, and marketing while maintaining company's standards of quality and service.
  • Work with Human Resources to insure proper procedures followed in all parts of employee communications.
  • Inventory management, Food Preparation, Human Resources, Employment(Hiring/Firing), Cash Management
  • Managed Accounting, Payroll Preparation, Purchasing, Marketing and Advertising and Human Resources functions.
  • Managed Human Resources, including the recruiting, selection, and training of employees.
  • Provide information and solutions of Human Resources Policies, Benefits and Payroll.
  • Direct marketing, sales, accounting and human resources operations.
  • Create Human resources form about Manual Employee.
  • Managed food costs and human resources.
  • General human resources and payroll duties.
  • Work with human resources department to hire, train, retain, develop, promote and terminate employees if necessary.
  • Assited with financial, compliance, human resources, public relations, and administrative functions.
  • Manage Daily Operations Responsible for Hiring and Terminating Staff Director of Human Resources
  • Cash Control Inventory Control Human Resources Local Marketing I worked for several different franchisees.

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14. Product Quality
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Here's how Product Quality is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Total operation and responsibility of staffing and training, inventory, product quality and assurance, employee retention, and customer satisfaction
  • Maintained product quality standards; exceeded customer expectations while creating positive environment for employees and customers.
  • Created trade area map that maximized household count while maintaining product quality during delivery.
  • Handled and/or provided daily decision-making, staff support, scheduling, business planning, upholding standards, product quality and cleanliness.
  • Assured and maintained product quality and inventory levels * Hired, trained, and scheduled staff; Monitored service quality.
  • Manage shifts which include: daily decision making, scheduling, planning while upholding standards, product quality and cleanliness.
  • Developed and led staff of twenty or more to achieve customer satisfaction, product quality, and financial goals.
  • Manage company assets, coach and train employees on new products and services, while maintaining product quality.
  • Garnered awards for top store manager as well as awards for cleanest store and top customer service product quality
  • Inventory control, cash reconciliation, overall responsibility for staffing issues, product quality, and customer service.
  • Assure customer satisfaction through product quality, service and continuous improvement within dine-in, delivery and carry out.
  • Planned and developed work methods to help eliminate operating problems and improve product quality while observing cost.
  • Schedule and receive food and beverage deliveries, checking delivery contents to verify product quality and quantity.
  • Monitor day-to-day operations to ensure compliance with established standards of product quality, service and clientele.
  • Managed product quality, staffing, training and development, inventory and food cost.
  • General focus on customer service, product quality and acquiring new business.
  • Cultivated trust between ADF companies and customers by providing excelling product quality.
  • Ensured excellent guest satisfaction in terms of service and product quality.
  • Analyzed and assured product quality is up to standards.
  • Key Achievements Consistently surpassed Tacala sales forecasts and past sales trends through successful customer service and product quality.

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15. Bank Deposits
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Here's how Bank Deposits is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Prepared bank deposits and made deposits daily according to company policy.
  • Job Duties: making schedules, counting and updating inventory running shifts, training new employees, ordering products, bank deposits
  • Cost control management of labor and materials, balance daily books, bank deposits and management of employee schedules.
  • General Manager overseeing all operations, employee hiring, scheduling, bank deposits, and all inventory ordering.
  • Opened and closed the store, which included counting cash drawers and making bank deposits.
  • Balanced registers, safe, and completed daily bank deposits in accordance to company guidelines.
  • Complete daily bank deposits, issue checks to vendors, reconcile business checkbook.
  • Reconciled daily cash and credit receipts, as well as bank deposits.
  • Handled the cash including register balancing and preparing bank deposits.
  • Prepared end of shift financial statement and conducted bank deposits.
  • Profit & Loss financial reports, daily bank deposits.
  • Coordinated bank deposits, balanced cash draws and receipts.
  • Ensured accurate cash balances and timely bank deposits.
  • Counted cash drawers and made bank deposits.
  • Managed cash handling and bank deposits.
  • Cash reconciliations and bank deposits.
  • Handle Bank deposits and drops.
  • Bank deposits and change orders.
  • Manage staff, preparing work schedules and assigning specific duties Count money and make bank deposits.
  • Profit and loss control statistics Supervised and trained over 22 employees Hired managers and crew members Daily bank deposits and cash procedures

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16. Store Operations
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Here's how Store Operations is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Full responsibility for total store operations.
  • General store Operations and Management.
  • Direct overall store operations * Supervise 15 to 25 employees * Enforce KFC product quality and service standards
  • Managed day-to-day store operations: hiring, training, coaching, scheduling, and inventory control.
  • Streamlined store operations; motivated staff through daily meetings, employee contests and performance monitoring.
  • General store operations managing a crew of 14 servers, cooks, dishwashers, hostesses
  • Reviewed score sheets with a plan of action in place to improve store operations.
  • Oversee complete store operations including HR, Accounting, Purchasing of new concept.
  • Employed an efficient, high-energy and professional approach to store operations.
  • Manage store operations P&L Staffing, Hiring, Training
  • Store operations, daily supervision of approximately 10 employees.
  • Supervised the overall store operations of the restaurant.
  • Directed and coordinated the daily store operations.
  • Managed all aspects of store operations.
  • Coordinated and oversee all store operations.
  • Complete responsibility of all aspects of store operations and P?L results
  • Managed all store operations Managed fifteen employees Responsible for inventory control and P&L statements

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17. Weekly Inventory
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Here's how Weekly Inventory is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Conducted weekly inventory checks accurately and prepared documentation detailing results.
  • Processed orders and prepare weekly inventory analysis.
  • Performed nightly and weekly inventory.
  • Control weekly inventory control, ordering, food sanitation and quality food products, analyzing variances, taking corrective actions.
  • Conduct weekly inventory, perform other functions such as maintaining records to comply with Hotel Operation.
  • Allocated budget according to cost of sales, taking weekly inventory and ordering supplies semiweekly.
  • Enter truck order for more product and did a weekly inventory of the store.
  • Inventory Control: weekly inventory, food order, calculating food and paper cost.
  • Controlled all costs, performed weekly inventory and reconciled profit and loss statements.
  • Completed weekly inventory to ensure supplies and output matched.
  • Execute daily and weekly inventory counts and control.
  • Conducted daily and weekly inventory of foods.
  • Conduct weekly inventory and place stock orders.
  • Analyze daily and weekly inventory reports.
  • Conducted daily and weekly inventory counts.
  • Performed weekly inventory of work site.
  • Complete daily and weekly inventory numbers.
  • Developed and implemented weekly inventory processes assuring quality control I was responsible for maintain quality of the ingredients in the store.
  • Handle weekly inventory and vendor relations to ensure the timely and cost-effective purchasing of food, beverages and small wares.
  • Prepare Daily Deposits Prepare Weekly Business Folders Weekly Inventory Prepare Payroll Cook Prep Scheduling Delivery Driver

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18. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Demonstrated a good working knowledge of all equipment and assumed responsibility for preventative maintenance of the restaurant.
  • Maintained an intricate understanding of the preventative maintenance measures for all restaurants cooking equipment.
  • Ensured company standards on equipment, facility, and grounds were maintained by using a preventative maintenance program.
  • Ensured maintenance of equipment and facilities through the use of a preventative maintenance plan based on company standards.
  • Have a good working knowledge of all equipment and efficiently takes care of preventative maintenance.
  • Defined goals that built sales, applying preventative maintenance program to help keep costs down.
  • Ensured maintenance of equipment, facility, and grounds through the use of preventative maintenance.
  • Supervised the preventative maintenance and upkeep of equipment, facility, and grounds.

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Here's how Cost Control is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Managed all areas of labor cost controls, F&B inventory cost controls, menu and staff development.
  • Directed up to 40 employees and managed P&L, sales, inventory, merchandising and cost controls.
  • Managed P&L, sales, inventory, cost controls, staffing, and training for all areas.
  • Improved food cost with establishing organization, food cost controls, ordering controls, and detailed inventory systems.
  • Supervised a staff of 30+ employees, developed the menu, conducted inventory and cost control.
  • Managed cost control, sales forecasts and profit and loss of a $1,000,000 business unit.
  • Documented recipes and put into easy to read layout with COGS cost control methods in place.
  • Directed 55+ employees and managed P&L, sales, inventory, and cost controls.
  • Experienced in operations management, sales, budget development, staffing and cost control.
  • Achieve profitability through cost controls, sales, and profit analysis and shift management.
  • Experienced in increasing sales, cost control, inventory, and labor management.
  • Updated Micro's database, and developed cost control strategies for the company.
  • Maintained cost control, product standards, and inventory.
  • Maximize sales and profits through effective cost controls.
  • Locate and rectify cost control problems.
  • Cost control, Accounting A/R & A/P, Payroll , Hiring & training, Inventory control, Equipment purchasing.
  • Implement strict cost control measures via profit/loss training initiatives, placing emphasis on inventory control, and labor cost.
  • Utilize effective business management, financial analysis, and cost control skills to guide profits to record levels.
  • Have delivered significant results in cost controls, banquets sales and maitre'd.
  • Formulated and forecasted budgets and cost controls.

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21. Revenue Growth
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  • Demonstrated ability in attainment of company's short and long term financial and business objectives through revenue growth and strategic partnerships.
  • Assessed and researched market competition in order to develop effective tactical marketing plans to achieve client revenue growth.
  • Conducted analysis to address loss prevention, which resulted in revenue growth.

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22. Inventory Management
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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Scheduled and received food and beverage deliveries for inventory management.
  • Designed product ordering, inventory management, and scheduling standards.
  • Directed all monthly inventory management procedures.
  • Managed daily operations including employee training, customer service, cash, labor and inventory management, food preparation, scheduling.
  • Designed cost control tool which integrated company's point of sale system reports with MS Excel inventory management spreadsheet application.
  • Retail restaurant management including forecasting, inventory management, training, safe & till oversight, and other related duties.
  • Inventory management control improved and waste declined by cooking more only when needed during certain daily times.
  • Inventory management - ordering, receiving, weekly food cost, ending inventory evaluation, build too.
  • Work to control cost through menu planning and pricing, profitability goals and inventory management.
  • Hired and trained new employees, inventory management, shift scheduling, health and safety compliance
  • Interview, process and train employees, inventory management, scheduling, order supplies.
  • Managed budget and oversees inventory management as well as profit and loss statement.
  • Inventory Management (ordering, insuring proper build to, waste).
  • Oversee purchasing, inventory management, and vendor negotiations.
  • Inventory management, food and cost control.
  • Set budgets and execute plans for department sales, inventory management and staff development.
  • Conducted interviews Active customer service Inventory Management Sales and Profit Marketing Scheduling;cash handling Supervised 20 or more employees

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23. Performance Reviews
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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Developed employees by providing ongoing feedback, by establishing performance expectations and by conducting performance reviews.
  • Conducted performance reviews for management and maintenance personnel.
  • Conducted performance reviews for associates and management.
  • Assisted in hiring, training, and motivating employees, completed performance reviews and conferred with Senior Management on staffing/disciplinary issues.
  • Screened, interviewed, hired and trained associate employees for a variety of positions; directed associate development and performance reviews.
  • Managed a staff of 10, including scheduling, conducting performance reviews, and developing service skills and techniques.
  • Trained and developed employees through orientations, ongoing feedback, established performance expectations, and regular performance reviews.
  • Acted as liaison between IDQ and franchises on issues such as performance reviews and product shortages.
  • Completed 25-30 annual performance reviews, offering praise and recommendations for improvement.
  • Supervised over 35+ employees completing all performance reviews.
  • Served in a multi-faceted capacity while administering HR functions such as performance reviews and payroll activities.
  • Staff, train and develop floor managers and hourly employees through orientations, ongoing feedback and by conducting performance reviews.
  • Cash control, pos price programming, employee performance reviews, handling customer complaints and managing employees.
  • Staff training, bar manager development through orientation, ongoing staff feedback and conductingperformance reviews.
  • completed 50 performance reviews each quarter.
  • Received "exemplary" and "exceeds expectations" ratings on all performance reviews.

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24. Sales Floor
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  • Manage initiatives and corporate directives through positive sales floor interactions.
  • Perform sales floor work, such as greeting or assisting customers, stocking shelves, or taking inventory.

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25. Crew Members
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Here's how Crew Members is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Trained and managed a staff of 25+ managers and crew members and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Managed 20 crew members and 4 managers to generate sales in excess of $1.2 million annually.
  • Executed Wendy's Shift Supervisor development tool to develop 12 crew members Shift Supervisor in 3 years.
  • Recruited, trained and scheduled a full work staff of up to forty-five crew members.
  • Direct supervision of 2 assistant managers, 3 shift managers and 20+ crew members.
  • Supervised, evaluated and coached approximately 50 Managers and 300 Crew Members.
  • Interviewed, selected, trained, and supervised crew members and managers.
  • Managed 2 Assistant managers, 5 shift leaders and 20 crew members.
  • Supervised, evaluated and coached approximately 10 Managers and 60 Crew Members.
  • Managed the performance of three assistant managers and twenty-two crew members.
  • Managed the performance of five assistant managers and forty-two crew members.
  • Hired, trained and developed crew members and shift managers.
  • Trained new hires for work as crew members and management.
  • Manage a store and role model for crew members.
  • Trained management and crew members' proper company procedures.
  • Trained and couch all crew members.
  • Train and develop crew members.
  • Direct efficient guest flow through participative shift management, scheduling a full working staff of up to 50 crew members.
  • Trained and provided new managers and crew members for new store roll-outs.
  • Managed the performance of three assiatant managers and 21 crew members.

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26. Appropriate Action
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  • Respond to complaints, taking any and all appropriate actions to turn dissatisfied guests into return guests.
  • Responded to customer complaints, taking appropriate action to solve the problem.
  • Supervised the Food and Beverage management team onboard and periodically recommends appropriate actions including promotions and performance reviews.
  • Continuallymonitored restaurant and took appropriate action to ensure food quality and servicestandards were consistently met.
  • Respond to complaints, takingany and all appropriate actions to turn dissatisfied guests into returnguests.

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27. High Volume
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Here's how High Volume is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Operated a high volume restaurant efficiently and profitably.
  • Managed a 35 FOH staff department spread over 3 high volume, casual, quick service outlets generating $5.8M.
  • Managed a 250 seat High Volume restaurant with a sports bar featuring high end athlete visits and Sports Events.
  • Managed operations of two high volume restaurants (over $4.2M combined) and staff of over 50 professionals.
  • Maintained high volume, fast-paced restaurant with high quality standards, leading with the basis of customer service excellency
  • Managed a high volume pizza restaurant in downtown Dayton, Ohio with a dining capacity of 250 customers.
  • Full operational responsibility for a high volume, quick service restaurant in a leading regional chain.
  • Maintained high standards of customer service during high volume, fast paced operations.
  • Operated this high volume, QSR generating over 2 million in sales annually.
  • General management of major fast food industry restaurant in a high volume location.
  • Maintained high customer service levels in a high volume seasonal resort town.
  • Managed a high volume restaurant generating 1.5 million dollars on average yearly.
  • Transitioned to a high volume store due to the company restructuring.
  • General manager of two high volume restaurant locations.
  • Managed all aspects of a high volume restaurant.
  • Managed high volume sales 3m per year.
  • Managed High Volume Restaurants: The Seafood Bar, Flagler Steakhouse, Beach Club, Room Service, Ocean Reef Bar
  • manage over 25 employees in a high volume family established restaurant.
  • Manage high volume twenty-four full service dinning.
  • Managed a high volume interstate convient store with two major QSR Brands (Wendys and Diary Queen).

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28. Weekly Schedules
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Here's how Weekly Schedules is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Administered payroll, complete all daily and weekly paperwork and weekly schedules for the staff.
  • Implemented training program and prepared weekly schedules for all employees and lower management.
  • Established weekly schedules for a crew of 30 employees and 3 managers-in-training.
  • Compose weekly and bi-weekly schedules for employees and managers.
  • Created weekly schedules for training and cleaning tasks.
  • Make weekly schedules to ensure proper staffing.
  • Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies.
  • Produce weekly schedules for management and staff.
  • Coordinated weekly schedules for 27 employees.
  • Constructed weekly schedules and food orders.
  • Prepared employee and trainee weekly schedules.
  • Assign weekly schedules for employee's work week, as sales forecasted.
  • Monitored cash handling Customer service Conducted local store marketing Interviewed and hired employee's Conducted weekly schedules Met P&L requirements

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29. POS
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Here's how POS is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Advanced to increasingly responsible positions, culminating in management role with oversight for a national restaurant chain.
  • Established a self-sufficient restaurant upon opening that has always operated in the positive.
  • Communicated clearly and positively with co-workers and managements.
  • Interacted positively with customers while promoting.
  • Selected in the manager's position to recruit, train and supervise 25+ customer service reps and cashiers.
  • Created an environment in which the guest is always right; ensures a positive guest service experience.
  • Total receipts and balance against sales, deposit receipts, and lock facility at end of day.
  • Respond positively and quickly to guest concerns, correcting potential problems before they affect the guest experience.
  • Developed schedules and streamlined operations as much as possible within the confines of corporate guidelines.
  • Transformed operation that was posting annual losses to achieve high in profits within one year.
  • Hire and train all staff for various positions within the restaurant.
  • Interview and select candidates for all positions including hourly managers.
  • Follow up on every customer's positive or negative feedback.
  • Create a positive atmosphere, motivate, and challenge.
  • Count money and make bank deposits.
  • Advanced through series of leadership positions
  • Implemented restaurant POS computer system.
  • Promoted a positive atmosphere and went above and beyond to guarantee each customer received exceptional food and service.
  • Control food cost 25% weekly and labor cost at 21% Daily deposits and weekly food ordering.
  • Choached 17 employees into management positions.

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30. Company Policies
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Here's how Company Policies is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Completed job responsibilities and performance objectives in a timely and effective manner and in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Developed and maintained a staff that provided outstanding customer service while adhering to company policies and procedures.
  • Followed food safety procedures according to company policies and health and sanitation regulations.
  • Monitor employee performance in front and back of house to ensure compliance with company policies, regulations and food safety guidelines.
  • Executed all company policies, procedures, programs and systems while being responsible for the achievement of all company objectives.
  • Manage employee files, payroll records, and other Company records in accordance with Company policies and legislative regulations.
  • Trained and developed team management and team members to ensure that all company policies were implemented and upheld.
  • Trained new management on company policies and procedures, daily operations, and the total dining experience.
  • Ensured the execution of the 12 McDonald's systems as well as all company policies and procedures.
  • Enforced all company policies, procedures, regulations and all local, state and federal laws.
  • Follow company policies and procedures regarding handling of cash, property, products and equipment.
  • Offer and ensure excellent services to our customers, complying with the company policies.
  • Ensured compliance with operational standards, company policies, federal/state/local laws, and ordinances.
  • Assist and implement high quality of service by enforcing company policies and procedures.
  • Understand, enforce and adhere to all company policies and procedures Employee Handbooks.
  • Promote employees when needed and terminate employees when not following company policies.
  • Ensured each employee complied with company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured that all company policies & regulations are followed.
  • Keep food cost control between the company policies.
  • Used strong interpersonal skills Reinforce all company policies and all local, state and federal regulations.

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31. Truck Orders
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  • Manage and Build Truck Orders, staff restaurant, maintain service times, and train and staff restaurant.
  • Trained employees up for promotion, truck orders, and daily/weekly/monthly inventory counts.
  • Monitored & Stocked Weekly Restaurant Truck Orders.
  • Managed the inventory while doing truck orders.
  • Controlled labor Maintained inventory with truck orders and inventory counts.
  • Make the truck orders on Monday's and Thursday's do a full inventory of the store every Tuesday.
  • Initiate truck orders forecasting product needs against sales plan, Reviewed inventory shipment and authorized invoice orders for product.
  • drive sales and create ptofits.Able to properly create and use build to, inventory and truck orders.
  • Managed 35 employees Posted and received truck orders Prepared work schedules Managed all controls in the store

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32. Day-To-Day Operations
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  • Control day-to-day operations by scheduling labor and ordering food and supplies and ensuring food quality and customer satisfaction.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of a restaurant, including providing exceptional customer service.
  • Managed day-to-day operations under the General Manager.
  • Controlled day-to-day operations by scheduling labor, ordering food and supplies, and developing the restaurant team.
  • Managed all aspects of day-to-day operations; ordering, inventory, sales, marketing and customer service.
  • Supervised and managed a crew of up to 20 in the day-to-day operations of a fast-paced restaurant.
  • Managed the performance of all day-to-day operations of the restaurant.
  • Managed and control day-to-day operations of a $1.8m restaurant.
  • Run day-to-day operations of kitchen.
  • Directed day-to-day operations and coordinated a staff of 40 employees with sufficient control and leadership to meet profit goals.
  • ASSOCIATE GENERAL MANAGER Assisted Market Training Manager in training new managers and day-to-day operations of a training restaurant.
  • Salt Lake CityResponsible for the day-to-day operations of a multi-million dollar a year upscale casual dining restaurant.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the restaurant in accordance with established polices and porcedures.
  • Oversee all day-to-day operations for mister parker's and the Parker Moroccan Lounge.
  • Processed productivity and food cost daily reports Oversee the routine day-to-day operations of store
  • franchise) The main priorities I had were day-to-day operations.

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33. FOH
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Here's how FOH is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Make termination decisions, evaluating and disciplining BOH/FOH personnel as appropriate.
  • Provide orientation of company and department rules, policies and procedures and oversee training of new BOH/FOH employees.
  • Coordinated hiring, training, scheduling, payroll, and supervision for a staff of 30 FOH professionals.
  • Handled day-to-day operation of the restaurant including all FOH inventory, ordering, and payroll.
  • Hire FOH staff as necessary, providing staff training and creating the weekly schedule.
  • Direct supervisory responsibility for 35 restaurant employees (all Kitchen and FOH staffs.)
  • Recruit, interview, hire quality FOH team and conduct performance reviews.
  • Created, developed and implemented all FOH and Banquet systems and procedures.
  • Hired and trained a staff of 55 including FOH and BOH.
  • Hired and trained all FOH staff and Assistant Manager.
  • Implemented extensive FOH food and wine training.
  • Lead an F&B team that consists of 4 managers and 60 FOH & BOH associates.
  • Staff levels of 25 in the kitchen and 40 in the FOH.
  • Work assignments for the FOH staff.
  • Make all schedules for FOH staff.
  • Hired staff and trained all employees, FOH and BOH, prior to opening this newrestaurant in December of 2010.
  • Monitor all FOH related expenses and keep FOH costs within budget while maintaining proper staff and beverage inventory.
  • General manager for multi unit location in Lincoln Park area Oversee all FOH staff.

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34. Annual Sales
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Here's how Annual Sales is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Presented weekly, monthly and annual sales, labor, food costs, and restaurant controllable profit figures to district managers.
  • Full responsibility for annual sales of $1M+ for this 24 hour per day, 365 days per year business.
  • General Manager for a 100 seat full service Mexican Restaurant with annual sales in excess of $1 million.
  • Exceeded annual sales through various methods including business to business, expanding customer base and innovative phone up-selling.
  • Direct sales and profitability of high-image full service restaurant generating up to $1.3 million in annual sales.
  • Direct sales and profitability of high-image quick service restaurant, generating up to $935,000 annual sales.
  • Direct sales and profitability of a quick-serve restaurant generating up to $760,000 in annual sales.
  • Required general knowledge of Profit and Loss for the monthly, quarterly, and annual sales.
  • Achieved combined annual sales of over $15 million in my area of 15 units.
  • Oversee daily operations of unit location with annual sales in excess of 1.5 million dollars.
  • Managed a Mexican style fast food store with an annual sales of 2.5M USD.
  • Developed annual sales and marketing plans, monitored implementation of marketing plan action steps.
  • Manage all fascists of the restaurant with over $2.5 million in annual sales.
  • General Manager of a restaurant averaging one million dollars in annual sales.
  • Managed a KFC restaurant doing 1 million plus in annual sales.
  • Achieved an annual sales growth of 19%, while reducing cost of goods by 6%.
  • Exceeded annual sales growth by 46%.
  • Managed entirety of B/L/D operation with a 175+ seat upscale casual dining room driving annual sales of 1.2 Million+.
  • Managed and supervised 30+ employees in a multi concept restaurant with annual sales over 1.5 million.
  • Full service 24 hour restaurant Full menu and recipe design Annual sales of 1.4 million

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35. Cycle Counts
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Here's how Cycle Counts is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Order inventory and control daily and monthly Inventory, perform cycle counts at month end.

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36. Management Staff
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Here's how Management Staff is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Liaised with management staff to implement processes that emphasize customer satisfaction, service quality and continuous compliance for all necessary regulations.
  • Trained and developed multiple management staffs that produced company leading results.
  • Develop and maintain management staffing levels.
  • Meet weekly with all management staff to coordinate schedules, discuss operations, and set goals for the restaurant.
  • Hired and trained management staff including one manager who went on to be a store manager at another location.
  • Trained junior management staff and sold them on the culture needed to be successful.
  • Hired, trained, scheduled and managed all front-of-house, back-of-house and management staff.
  • Trained new management staff, performance reviews, and wage reviews.
  • Trained and Developed my entire assistant management staff from within.
  • Managed service staff of 60 and management staff of 5.
  • Direct Reports: 7 management staff and 60 employees.
  • Create schedule for the employee and Management staff.
  • Hired, trained and supervised management staff.
  • Oversee daily operation and operating within budget * Managed 125+ team members and a management staff of six including Chefs.
  • Oversee productivity and performance of management staffs, while insuring staff earns High levels of food and beverage certification.

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37. GM
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  • Generated and distributed daily reports and order acknowledgments to appropriate personnel.
  • Reason for Leaving: After being hired I discovered I was the fifth GM in two-and-a-half years at this location.
  • Recruited 2 external RGM's, 1 external shift lead, and promoted 4 team members to shift lead managers.
  • Assist the RGM in facility maintenance including finding, hiring, and developing new Team Members and Shift Leads.
  • Support the Restaurant General Manager (RGM) by managing great work shifts and completing administrative duties.
  • Manage and maintain the restaurant in the absence of the Restaurant General Manager (RGM).
  • Operated 6 units in Northern Rhode Island: promoted from RGM rank.
  • Started as delivery driver, within 3 years was promoted to GM.
  • Spearheaded the development and job promotion of 3 AGM for the area.
  • Hired & Developed 1 shift supervisor to Assistant GM.
  • Served as the RGM of a Pizza Hut franchise.
  • Have remained as RGM at College Avenue location.
  • Promoted to RGM within 8 months of employment.
  • Voted RGM of the year in 1999.
  • Mentor new and current RGM's.
  • Shared tactics with Director of Operations and other RGM's to increase productivity amongst all stores.
  • Full accountabilities of restaurant operation in the absence of RGM.
  • Maintain the day to day operations and managment of restaurant.
  • Trained and developed 5 GMs for the company, 12 internal Shift Leaders at the Elgin location.
  • attended rgm phd advanced training at home office which less than 1% of all managers complete.

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38. Financial Transactions
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  • Reviewed financial transactions and monitored budget to ensure efficient operation, and to ensure expenditures stay within budget limitations
  • Reviewed financial transactions, ensured deposit accuracy, completed end-of-day/week/month/year reporting.
  • Monitor budgets and payroll records, and review financial transactions to ensure that expenditures are authorized and budgeted.
  • Monitor budgets and payroll records, and review financial transactions.

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39. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Provided oversight for the safety and welfare of over 50 employees ensuring all OSHA and labor laws were adhered to.
  • Design and maintain safe working and guest environment systems that ensure compliance with all OSHA and Health Department guidelines.
  • Ensured restaurant facilities (inside and out) and equipment met all federal, state and OSHA regulations.
  • Implement and maintain a safe restaurant for staff and customers with safety meetings and proper OSHA training.
  • Ensured OSHA, local health and safety codes, and company safety and security policy were met.
  • Ensured all restaurants abide within OSHA guidelines, local health and safety regulations, and company standards.
  • Maintained Superior Ratings for all inspections including DHEC, OSHA, EcoSure, and internal standards.
  • Stayed up to date on all OSHA regulations and always scored high on all visits.
  • Ensured compliance with Federal (OSHA), state and corporate safety and security policies.
  • Evaluated and conducted internal audits of records and OSHA safety performance on a weekly basis.
  • Ensured compliance with OSHA, state, local, and company health and safety regulations.
  • Adhered to all OSHA, local health and safety codes and corporate guidelines.
  • Ensured that all OSHA and DHEC regulations were complied with.
  • Enforced & trained according to OSHA regulations.
  • Ensured OSHA and health regulatory compliance.
  • Ensured compliance of all human resource, wage and hour, EEO and OSHA laws.

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40. BOH
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Here's how BOH is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Manage FOH, BOH, computer systems, payroll, weekly inventory, recruitment and staffing, reporting directly to corporate.
  • Scheduled, trained and directed FOH and BOH staff of 15 people in daily work assignments to maximize productivity.
  • Managed, Train, Coach and Counsel all FOH and BOH total of about 25-30 team members.
  • Supervised all FOH and BOH team members and ensured proper set-up, service, and shut down.
  • Managed team of 70 employees, Daily operations of FOH and BOH, Staff building and training.
  • Schedule weekly meetings with BOH personnel, and assisted them in translating work related problems.
  • Reduced employee turnover by 50% by conducting evaluation meetings with FOH & BOH teams.
  • Created and wrote FOH & BOH employee manuals, job descriptions and training manuals.
  • Managed and accounted for the FOH and BOH training for all unit employees.
  • Led meetings between FOH and BOH to ensure fluidity, and good relationships.
  • Created service manuals for entire property (FOH / BOH).
  • Manage FOH and BOH operations to ensure friendly and efficient transactions.
  • Maintained health, safety and sanitation standards for FOH & BOH.
  • Hired and trained FOH and BOH new team members.
  • Produced BOH and FOH operation standards and manuals.
  • Hired and trained all the FOH staff as well as helping with the training of the BOH.
  • Hired all FOH and BOH.
  • Managed and built cloud configuration for MyMicros BOH operations at the enterprise manager level, preparing for multi-unit entities.
  • conceptualized and launched the new restaurant Gringo Grill and Cantina in all aspects FOH and BOH.
  • Managed the FOH and BOH operations of the caf .

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41. Servsafe
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Here's how Servsafe is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Hold a current ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification
  • Achieved a score of 99% on ServSafe Received monthly bonuses for meeting budget goals Responsibilities:.
  • Trained and supervised employees in Health Department Standards as acting ServSafe Food Protection Manager.
  • Implemented new employee orientation & ongoing training programs such as ServSafe.
  • Completed ServSafe training and readily share knowledge with staff members.
  • Certified separately as a ServSafe Instructor and Proctor.
  • Trained and certified managers for ServSafe.
  • Obtained a Servsafe certification and developed a relationship with the local health department to run a healthy and sanitary restaurant.
  • Gross Profit Control Health Regulations Inspections including Health Department Expediting Payroll ServSafe Certified

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42. High Standards
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  • Maintained high standards in sanitation and safety and complied with regulatory guidelines.
  • Maintained consistently high standards upholding the company values and missions
  • Observe and evaluate workers and work procedures in order to ensure high standards of quality, service, and cleanliness.
  • Build and manage restaurant team to deliver exceptional guest service and maintain high standards of food safety and restaurant cleanliness.
  • Maintained high standards of service throughout the operational day by demonstrating management by example.
  • Set high standards and integrity for team members to achieve breakthrough results.
  • Maintain high standards of product quality, hygiene, health and safety.
  • Maintained high standards of cleanliness and food / product safety.
  • Maintain labor and sales and high standards to the brand.
  • Key Accomplishments Turned several break-down units into successful ones, bringing them to high standards of quality and profitability.
  • Oversee operation of and employees and equipment Reinforces KFC's high standards for ingredients and product freshness.
  • oversee activities coaching team members and managers on their performance to regularly meet high standards.
  • properlytrained coach and develop and encourage and set high standards for job performance of staff.

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43. Burger
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Here's how Burger is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Qualified Serv-Safe training manager and BKC Restaurant Training Manager for other Burger King restaurants in the company.
  • Improved DHEC and ECOSURE ratings by 20% for 3 consecutive years according to Burger King Cooperation.
  • Help develop, improve and pilot new processes and equipment for use across Burger King chains.
  • Increased Sales, Improved Environment and Staff 6 Burger King restaurants in 7 years.
  • Graduate of McDonald's Hamburger University in Oak Brook, Illinois.
  • Started in the Operations Training Program at Burger King Corporation.
  • Oversee all daily functions of a Burger King restaurant.
  • Managed multiple Burger King restaurants ranging from 20-40 employees.
  • Managed operations of a Burger King restaurant.
  • Worked a total of about 7 years for Burger King Franchise in Spokane Washjngton and Portland Oregon
  • Voted Best Burger Restaurant in Houston by Zaggatt and City Search.com magazine in 2001.
  • Trained at both Umami Burger and 800 Degrees in their flagship locations in LA.
  • Provided the Burger King drive-thru customer service policy of three minutes or less.
  • Provied the Burger King Customer service policy of two minutes and 30 seconds or less.

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44. Staff Hours
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Here's how Staff Hours is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Schedule staff hours weekly for 20 plus employees while supervising and assigning shift duties for 7-12 employees on a daily basis.
  • Schedule staff hours and assign duties.
  • Scheduled staff hours and assigned work duties.Skills1.

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45. Special Events
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Here's how Special Events is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Organized and executed special events, political fund-raisers, receptions and business meetings.
  • Developed and oversaw catering and special events.
  • Partnered with local media and businesses to implement special events that resulted in creating additional hotel revenue during off-peak periods.
  • Handled payroll, employee scheduling, ordering, inventory, set up special events, resolved customer service issues.
  • Booked all musical entertainment to ensure weekly events in special events room alongside main club operations and promotions.
  • Worked closely with the chef and cooks to determine menu plans for special events or occasions.
  • Organized special events in the restaurant including Grand re-openings, special events and promotions.
  • Organized special events in the restaurant, including receptions, promotions and corporate luncheons.
  • Purchased product from vendors for daily operations and special events.
  • Managed all sales both in house and outside catered/special events.
  • Assisted the oversight of On-mountain summer special events & weddings.
  • Managed food delivery for 200+ guests for special events.
  • Order all supplies for daily operations and special events.
  • Coordinated all special events and large group events.
  • Procure live entertainment for bar and special events.
  • Supervised preparation of meals and beverages for customers.Booked, set-up and supervised all special events.
  • Organized and supervised special events in the restaurant including new promotions and quarterly store meetings.
  • Coordinated special events on and off-site.
  • Managed restaurant revenues, forecasted sales, implemented marketing plans, scheduled staff, and served as the special events coordinator.
  • Worked closely with the cooks to determine menu plans for special events or occasions.SKILLSForklift Experience Vendor Management.

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46. Ensure Compliance
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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Directed overall operation of facility and ensure compliance of all labor and safety guidelines.
  • Lead the training and development of all management teams to ensure compliance with the company's service/product knowledge and training standards.
  • Assigned tasks and oversaw the direction of employees to ensure compliance with food safety procedures and quality control guidelines.
  • Perform audits on cross-docks and storage facilities to ensure compliance procedures are met.

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47. Delivery Contents
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Here's how Delivery Contents is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Checked delivery contents for quality, quantity, accuracy.
  • Checked delivery contents for quality, quantity, accuracy.Maintained food and equipment inventories.
  • Checked delivery contents for quality,quantity accurancy.

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48. Equipment Inventories
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Here's how Equipment Inventories is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Maintain food and equipment inventories, and keep inventory records.

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49. Fire Regulations
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Here's how Fire Regulations is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Monitored facility compliance with health and fire regulations.
  • Monitor compliance with health and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving, and building maintenance in lodging and dining facilities.
  • Monitor compliance with health and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving.
  • Monitored facility compliance with health and fire regulations.Ensured that food was prepared with correct recipe, portion sizes, presentation.
  • Monitor compliance with health and fire regulations regarding foodpreparation and serving, and building maintenance in lodging and diningfacilities.

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50. Portion Control
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Here's how Portion Control is used in Restaurant General Manager jobs:
  • Controlled costs by reviewing portion control and quantities of preparation; minimizing waste and ensured high quality of preparation.
  • Decreased food cost by 4% focusing on portion control, waste monitoring, and improved staff training.
  • Prepared quality products while maintaining proper food safety, portion control and presentation within service goal times.
  • Ensured food quality through portion control and weekly and monthly inventory.
  • Supervised portion control and quantities of preparation to minimize waste.
  • Train cooks on recipes, portion controls and preparation.
  • Estimate food and beverage costs by superving portion control and quantities of preparation to minimize waste.
  • Count all food and products in store Assembled food orders while maintaining appropriate portion control.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Restaurant General Manager

Customer Service

20.5%

Food Safety

19.8%

Financial Statements

12.8%

Payroll

8.3%

Labor Costs

4.9%

Beverage Orders

4.9%

Daily Operations

3.8%

Restaurant Operations

3.7%

Inventory Control

3.0%

Guest Satisfaction

2.7%

Staff Members

1.8%

Company Standards

1.7%

Human Resources

1.7%

Product Quality

1.6%

Bank Deposits

1.6%

Store Operations

1.6%

Weekly Inventory

1.5%

Preventative Maintenance

1.3%

Cost Control

1.3%

Pizza Boxes

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Restaurant General Manager

Rank Skill
1 Customer Service 16.2%
2 Food Safety 15.7%
3 Financial Statements 10.1%
4 Payroll 6.5%
5 Labor Costs 3.9%
6 Beverage Orders 3.9%
7 Daily Operations 3.0%
8 Restaurant Operations 3.0%
9 Inventory Control 2.4%
10 Guest Satisfaction 2.1%
11 Staff Members 1.5%
12 Company Standards 1.4%
13 Human Resources 1.4%
14 Product Quality 1.3%
15 Bank Deposits 1.3%
16 Store Operations 1.2%
17 Weekly Inventory 1.2%
18 Preventative Maintenance 1.0%
19 Cost Control 1.0%
20 Pizza Boxes 1.0%
21 Revenue Growth 1.0%
22 Inventory Management 1.0%
23 Performance Reviews 1.0%
24 Sales Floor 0.9%
25 Crew Members 0.9%
26 Appropriate Action 0.9%
27 High Volume 0.9%
28 Weekly Schedules 0.9%
29 POS 0.9%
30 Company Policies 0.9%
31 Truck Orders 0.8%
32 Day-To-Day Operations 0.8%
33 FOH 0.7%
34 Annual Sales 0.7%
35 Cycle Counts 0.7%
36 Management Staff 0.6%
37 GM 0.6%
38 Financial Transactions 0.6%
39 Osha 0.6%
40 BOH 0.5%
41 Servsafe 0.5%
42 High Standards 0.5%
43 Burger 0.5%
44 Staff Hours 0.5%
45 Special Events 0.5%
46 Ensure Compliance 0.5%
47 Delivery Contents 0.5%
48 Equipment Inventories 0.5%
49 Fire Regulations 0.5%
50 Portion Control 0.5%
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