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Based on 971 responses, the job of Assistant General Manager (AGM) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Assistant General Manager (AGM)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Assistant General Manager (AGM)?

January 2015
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Pros: People interaction, variety.
Cons: Poor communication and planning.
April 2015
"Challenging, busy, corporate culture."
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Pros: Relationships, accomplishment.
Cons: Commute,
June 2015
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Pros: It is a great way to use my skills, making a broken store whole again and functional.
Cons: Short handed on managers which in turn means long hours and one day off a week. (60+ hours) I feel I deserve the General Manager position because I am already performing the job discription and efficiently.
October 2015
"Guests are like family."
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Pros: Corporate culture, meeting new people, work flexibility, the opportunity to push myself to learning new things.
Cons: Stress, Pay, no benefits.
October 2015
"How much multi tasking it needed."
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Set the tone you want with your staff right away. Make them respect and listen to you. Otherwise it's much harder to get back at a later time.
November 2015
"Vendor managment."
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Regional director.
December 2015
Assistant General Manager (AGM):
Pros: Opportunity to collaborate with people who are knowledgeable in food and beverage. The challenge that comes with managing people from all walks of life keeps a dynamic work environment.
Cons: Although putting in the time will pay off with executing well run events the long hours are sometimes difficult for work life balance.