Restaurant Myths and Facts
Myth or fact?
There’s no reason to assign roles in a family-run restaurant because everyone knows their place.
Ha! This one makes me laugh out loud. It is a complete misnomer to think that family-run restaurants can forego establishing firm job roles, a standard operating procedure. Knowing who is responsible for what is a basic element of a successful restaurant – of any successful business. How else can you ensure that everything will get done and not have to do it all yourself?
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