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Kitchen Manager Interview Questions

"As a kitchen manager you will be responsible for managing the work environment of all kitchen staff from cooks to dishwashers. Employers look for candidates with strong leadership skills, past experience, and the ability to communicate the needs of a kitchen with management. Prepare for interview questions that ask about hypothetical situations, past experience, and health and safety standards."

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After we walked through the restaurant he asked what were some of the things I saw

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I didn't want to flat out tell him everything I saw was being done wrong or everything I saw was dirty. I told him I saw a few cleaning opportunities and he said, "Good, I want all of them, don't hold back". I was pretty straight forward from that point on

If you were to try to dicipline an employee, would you wait until after the shift was over, or do it right then and there

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How to deal with employees who are not working to a satisfactory level.

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He started asking me mathmatical questions ..ex:how many pints in quart, how many quarts to a gallon etc...

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He asked me if I was telling him the truth?

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There were no really difficult questions to speak of because I wasn't asked too many myself in my experience, at least in my interview with the company. But that was when they were with a great "Holding" company by the name of Darden restaurants LLC.

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they ask if you have eaten there before

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Explain how I handled a stressful situation at my previous job

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One of the few job related questions I was asked was if I certified in first aid.

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when you see a employee breaking a rule how do you handle the situation

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