Typical day involves the following as a manager:
Unlock site, do a site walk to assess where you are for the day and complete fire checks, health and safety checks and cleanliness checks, count safe & tills, check in on kitchen and bar team to ensure set up is on track(team size may vary, could be you and one other first thing or could be you and many more.
Review sales and hours for previous day, week, receive deliveries daily.
Stock counts are done weekly, line checks daily.
On the job training given to team, ensure you corrective coach throughout the day as required, complete team meetings, customer liaison meetings, management meetings, 121 appraisals, interviews, inductions, area meetings with your AM.
You could visit and train other sites, there's quite a lot of things to do outside your pub once you're got it where you want it.
The list is endless really so it keeps you busy, ensuring you have a well trained team is essential, some days a great, some days are tougher than others but that's to be expected in any job. I loved working for them.
Great team spirit, job security, very good training.
Obviously you have to work evenings - but you know that when you join so it's fine!