What is it like working as a Retail Store Manager?
Retail Store Manager in Deming:
"It's great helping people with their projects."
Pros: I enjoy being able to help people with their home project or commercial project. Being able to get them what they need helps to know that you were a part of something they were doing to make things better.
Cons: It's retail, open 7 days a week and as a manager you are always on call so typically there isn't a day off. After working for a while a schedule is set and getting the right staff in place helps and allows for time off, but the store is always busy.
Retail Store Manager in Camarillo:
The industry relations we are given the opportunity to build.
The owners of the brands we sell that we get to meet and converse with.
Cons: The amount of LP we are responsible for.
Minimal time off.
Work all holidays.
Retail Store Manager in Council Bluffs:
"Working at a grocery store chain."
Pros: Good people and nice customers. Good benefits and sometimes quarterly bonus. Teach where I need to be taught and are fair.
Cons: Dont give managers enough leeway to disciple employees. Can be a lot of work but not enough help sometimes. High turmover rate.
Retail Store Manager in Houston:
"I Have Never Worked A Day In My Life."
Pros: Learning and exploring new craft beer and fine wine and exceeding expectations with clientele.
Cons: That with my degree and my age I feel very underpaid for what my skill set is.
Retail Store Manager in Chesterfield:
Pros: The employees.
Close to home.
Cons: The customers.