Restaurant server is the gender-neutral term for a waiter or waitress who is typically part of a wait staff.
Servers can be employed in a wide range of establishments, from casual eateries to fine dining restaurants.
The nature of their job requires them to be on their feet for much of their shifts. Part-time employment is common.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 2.5 million waiters and waitresses were employed in the U.S. in 2014 (www.bls.gov).
A server’s responsibilities depend greatly on the business; however, in all cases his or her primary duty is to provide good customer service, take orders, and deliver food.
In most situations, servers are expected to answer questions regarding the menu. They work closely with other wait staff and the kitchen to ensure the restaurant is operated efficiently.
– Head Chef
– Sous Chef
– Sales Lady
– Banquet in Charge (Arab)
– Accountant (Arab)
– Waiter / Waitress
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– Personal Assistant
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