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DOWNLOAD: Employee Evaluation of Manager

DOWNLOAD: Employee Evaluation of Manager

You may think you've got a good manager, but what do your employees think?

Often, employees don't leave restaurants, they leave managers. Your employee turnover problem may really be a management problem.

If employees are less than satisfied with their jobs (managers) it can cost you plenty in a host of ways including absenteeism, high turnover, low productivity and more.

Unhappiness with supervisors, management styles, working conditions, lack of supplies and poor equipment can all be reasons your employees may not be doing their best or may want to leave your restaurant.

Find out what your employees really think of their managers and supervisor by using the "Employee Evaluation of Manager" form.

Summary of features & benefits:

  • The Employee Evaluation of Manager form provides insights into how workers perceive the competence and effectiveness of their managers.  

  • This form can be extremely helpful to owners in preparing for manager reviews.

  • This form comes in a Microsoft Word format and can be customized to fit your exact specifications.

  • This template comes in a Microsoft Word (.doc) file format.

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