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  • Home | Downloads & Forms | Bar Employee Organizational Chart

    Bar Employee Organizational Chart


    Setting up your bar's staffing is one of the most important thing you can do to avoid overspending on your staff compensation. Are you going to be a hands-on-owner or have less day-to-day involvement?

    Use this Bar Employee Organization Chart to help you decide which positions you should fill in your bar.

    Benefits and features:

    • very useful in helping you decide which positions you need when opening or expanding your bar

    • shows difference in structure between a hands on operator and an owner with limited involvement

    • helps you decide what positions you need for your bar based on your level of daily operational involvement



    The Bar Employee Organizational Chart is available in the Microsoft Excel (xls) file format. You must have Microsoft Excel installed on your computer to use this chart.

    Bar Employee Organizational Chart