4 Ways to Prevent Restaurant Burnout

4 Ways to Prevent Restaurant Burnout

We know restaurant owners, chefs, and managers, more often than not, wear too many hats, leading to upwards of 60 to 80+ hours of work per week.

No matter how much improvement we’ve collectively made in recent times to keep operations manageable, flexible, and “fun,” there still seems to be the long hours, the working on holidays and weekends, and the minimal margins. Let's not forget about the labor restraints, the rising operating costs, and the demand of the overall market to deliver quality food, drink, and experiences; all at often the lowest price point possible.

 It takes sacrifice and required systemized thinking, creativity, social skills, stress management, and a lot of passion to win in this industry— which leads to an enormous amount of personal pressure.  

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