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Old 05-12-2014, 08:02 PM
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How do mom/pop, chain/franchise, and even fast food determine pay for shift managers, and managers?

Especially these mom and pop, but I guess it is basically the mom and pop managing. But lets say they wanted to hire another manager. How do they determine the pay? Are there general rules of thumb to follow. But then what about those chain/franchise casual restaurants, and fast food chains?

It seems like they pay them consistently and the same amount everywhere. But should it not be based on performance of said location? If not, then it seems like it is a loss and waste of money for the corporation.

The fast food places usually just have the shift managers, and general manager, and maybe an assistant. But do these casual dining places almost always have the BOH manager, FOH manager, executive chef, and other various managers under them? That seems like a lot of people to pay.
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