Assistant Manager, Customer Service Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Assistant Manager, Customer Service?

Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Albuquerque:
"Horrible."
Pros: Nothing at all, employers are rude and customers are rude.
Cons: You have to know someone to get promoted and that’s the only way how, regardless of how much work you put in.

Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Myrtle Beach:
"The industry is tied to close tourist."
Pros: The beach lifestyle very laid back environment. Warm weather
Cons: Too many tourists during the summer months

Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Fresno:
"Unbalanced."
Pros: Housing
Cons: Cost of living food, clothes, gas

Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Tyler:
"AM Enterprise Holdings."
Pros: I love the ability to run my own business, and I also like the variability of the job. It is always a changing, fast-paced environment, and you have to be able to adapt to the situation in front of you. Finally, I love building relationships with clients, businesses, and coworkers through selling and networking.
Cons: The length of hours is the most taxing portion of my job. With the 50-60 hour work weeks, burnout seems to be almost inevitable.

Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Racine:
"The job is great."
Pros: I like the job. It's high energy and keeps you on your feet.
Cons: The people are what I don't like. The other management and the general manager are lazy.

Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Marion:
"OFFICE THAT DOESNT CARE."
I WOULD NOT HAVE TAKEN THIS ROLE KNOWING HOW DIFFICULT IT IS TO TRAIN PEOPLE AND MAKE THEM UNDERSTAND HOW TO DO THEIR OWN JOB WITHOUT HAVING ME TO HOLD THEIR HAND WHILE DOING IT. TO MAKE PEOPLE TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR OWN WORK AND TAKE PRIDE IN THEIR WORK PERFORMANCES.