Assistant Store Manager Reviews

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Based on 1,762 responses, the job of Assistant Store Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.62 out of 5. On average, Assistant Store Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Assistant Store Manager?

April 2019
"Do you like being undervalued? If yes, this is the place for you."
Assistant Store Manager in Launceston:
Pros: The team are easy to work with.
Cons: The business is not easy to work with.
March 2021
"It has its perks."
Assistant Store Manager in Jackson:
Pros: I like the easy management and employees I work with.
Cons: The miscommunication with higher positioned coworkers and myself. Inequitable pay as well as lack of concern and discrimination towards myself when I was pregnant.
June 2014
"Changing range of additional responsibilities."
Assistant Store Manager:
Plan to drive performance and communicate well.
June 2014
Assistant Store Manager:
I would have asked a lot more questions and would have stood for my initial pay request of $11.00 an hour before getting hired on to this company. I was not aware of the constant visits by store personnel like district manager, regional manager, loss prevention manger and the president visits. Always having to prepare for a visit every two weeks. Its grueling and demanding and the pay is not worth the stress it causes.
July 2014
"Amount of time away from home."
Assistant Store Manager:
Be prepared to be all in all the time.
September 2014
"I Wouldn't Recommend This Position."
Assistant Store Manager:
Pros: I love working and pleasing our customers and that the job is always changing.
Cons: There is a lot of politics at work now in the company.
January 2015
Assistant Store Manager:
Listen to your people, they are the life blood of the entire store. Care.