Restaurant Organizational Structure


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The _____ is at the top of the structure.

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1. Why is an organizational structure helpful?

2. The _____ is in charge of monitoring the organization's finances and ensuring compliance with local and federal financial laws.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test and review what you know about the organizational structure in a restaurant with this quiz and worksheet combo. You'll revisit the different roles and how they play a part for restaurant success.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and worksheet to review what you know about:

  • Who the general manager reports to
  • Defining organizational structure
  • Who ensures the restaurant follows financial laws
  • Who the staff reports to

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - recall what organizational structure means
  • Knowledge application - revisit what you know about organizational structure to answer questions about how it applies to restaurants
  • Information recall - see if you remember who reports to whom in the structure of a restaurant

Additional Learning

Learn more about this topic in the accompanying lesson, Restaurant Organizational Structure. This lesson reviews more about:

  • Variations in structure based on restaurant type
  • The roles in the restaurant
  • Defining the managers or persons to report to for each employee
  • Identifying the duties designated to each job role