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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    I did mine on overall staff #
    I thought so but wanted to be sure Thanks.

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    :-) no prob... So glad im done with studying...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunawayPrincess View Post
    Ok so are all of those for one shift?

    I need an all up tally of the overall staff numbers..its for my company profile.

    So Company XYZ has x floor staff, x chefs, x baristas, kind of thing.

    EEK I feel like my head is going to explode. I've only ever worked in fast food and it's so different. I just don't want to have to go into all the franchisee stuff in my assignment so going for a locally owned restaurant seems a lot easier

    Thanks so much for the replies so far!
    Maybe do a hypothetical cafe? Just need someone to take orders/make coffees/take meals out to people and someone to make said meals. And an owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Maybe do a hypothetical cafe? Just need someone to take orders/make coffees/take meals out to people and someone to make said meals. And an owner.
    So all up that would be say an owner, 2-3 managers, 4 full time staff, 8 part time/casual staff?

    Its all Occupational Health and Safety based, but I need to write up a company profile, and it should be based on a real company that I work for, but I don't work, so I have to make up a hypothetical one. Silly TAFE writing their courses as if everyone studying through them actually has a job

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    Yep mine was a Saturday night shift. Week shifts we can run on alot less.

    Overall we have;
    4 floor staff (2 full-time, 2 casuals, 1 full timer & 1 casual are also baristas & short order cooks)
    4 chefs (2 full-time, 2 casual)
    1 manager.

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    In small restaurants, most floor staff have 2 or 3 jobs. Kitchen Staff are pretty set in their jobs (eg head chef is head chef, sous chef etc)

    On the quietest night of the week we might only have 2 chefs and one floor staff. Floor staff will meet, great & seat, take orders, deliver meals, clear tables, make deserts/breads/salads AND do dishes.

    It's only in large restaurants (in my experience) where floor staff have specific jobs for each shift (host, waiter, pass, bar tender, bar pass, cashier etc)

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    Thank you so much AndrewTheEmu
    I think I'll go with small restaurant over a cafe, it gives me more to look at with occupational health and safety and the risks that would be present.

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    Bar staff, wait staff, kitchen hand

    Depends how big/small the restaurant is as to how many staff are needed

    I am studying my rsa and hospitality so learnign about this stuff


 

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