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Restaurant Organization Basics - Chapter Summary
For a quick and high-level breakdown of restaurant organization, simply work through this collection of engaging text-based lessons. Each lesson contains concise definitions of restaurant organization concepts, related terminology and restaurant service types. Take the self-assessment quizzes accompanying each lesson to make sure you fully understand the material. You can monitor your progress and quiz scores on your course Dashboard. Access the lessons at any time that's convenient from any computer or mobile device. Studying this chapter can help you:
- Outline the organizational structure of restaurants in terms of employee roles and duties
- Identify the components of a restaurant organizational chart template
- Recognize common restaurant operating expenses
- Identify examples of various restaurant service types
1. Restaurant Organizational Structure
An understanding of a restaurant's organizational structure is important for defining the roles and duties within the restaurant. This lesson provides an example of a typical organizational structure.
2. Restaurant Organizational Chart: Template & Sample
This lesson describes the main purpose of the restaurant organizational chart, and it provides a template and sample that can be used as a basis for creating an organizational chart.
3. Restaurant Operating Expenses: Types & Examples
Ever thought of running a restaurant? Before you jump in, you may want to review this lesson on restaurant operating expenses. From food to table linens, this lesson introduces you to many of the expenses you'll encounter.
4. Restaurant Service: Styles & Types
This lesson reviews the various styles and types of restaurants by defining what style and type mean in the restaurant industry. It then provides examples of each style and type.
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