The average salary of a pizza hut general manager

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The average salary of a pizza hut general manager
Pizza Hut's general managers ensure employees make pizza according to specifications. (Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

Affiliated with Yum! Brands, Pizza Hut is one of the world's largest pizza chains with stores in the United States, Europe and Asia. General managers typically oversee individual stores, many of which are operated as franchises. They are responsible for overseeing customer relations, training and reviewing employees and making sure daily operations run smoothly. Their salaries may vary depending on the individual franchise that employs them.

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Salary range

The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) does not supply salary data for individual corporations. Glassdoor.com is considered a reputable source because it obtains its salary data from verified current and former employees, According to this source, the salary range of a Pizza Hut general manager is between £22,750 and £40,300 per year.

Bonuses

According to glassdoor.com, Pizza Hut general managers typically have their income supplemented with bonuses that range from £2,600 to £9,100 per year, with the average bonus being just over £5,200. Bonuses come as either cash or stock options.

Assistant managers

According to glassdoor.com, even the lowest-paid Pizza Hut general managers make more than £6,500 more per year than assistant managers, who earn between £5 and £7 per hour, with the average salary being £6 per hour. At 40 hours per week, this means that the highest-paid assistant managers make just over £14,950 per year.

Duties

Pizza Hut general managers are responsible for enforcing health codes, hiring and firing employees, completing worker schedules and ensuring the safety of the workers and customers through security measures, according to Best Job Descriptions. Though Pizza Hut general managers make relatively large salaries, they may have to work more than 40 hours per week when there are problems at the store or when workers fail to report for duty.

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