Examine, analyze, and evaluate operations of restaurants and motels.
What does a Branch Operation Evaluation Manager do?
Examines, analyzes, and evaluates operations of individual branches of chain of restaurants, motels, or other facilities to ensure adherence to company standards and policies: Travels from branch to branch and visually checks physical structures and surroundings, noting degree of maintenance provided or required and unusual wear and tear. Notes condition of furniture, linens, and supplies and recommends replacements where necessary. Evaluates adequacy of return of investment on individual branches and alters or initiates procedures to improve service and reduce expenses. Examines books of account of individual establishment. Prepares report, summarizing findings and including recommendations for maintenance, repair, changes in operational procedures, and purchase requirements, and submits report to home office.