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Based on 641 responses, the job of Client Service Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Client Service Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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August 2017
Client Service Manager in Boston:
Pros: Access to public transportation and lots of great food/ restaurants. The city culture is great.
Cons: The commute can be awful in the harsh winter.
November 2017
"I love it!"
Client Service Manager in Destin:
Pros: Raised here.
Cons: The drive and bride toll.
February 2018
"Setting a tone of Authority."
Client Service Manager in Johannesburg:
Your subordinates need to know that you are in charge and even if they know better you are the decision maker.
November 2018
"Overworked."
Client Service Manager in Lynnfield:
Pros: It is local, and somewhat flexible.
Cons: Everyone is overworked. Company is very understaffed. Production load is growing while employees are depleting.
December 2018
"Great Community."
Client Service Manager in Moscow:
Pros: Good Colleagues, Short Commute
Cons: Fewer advancement opportunities
January 2019
"Cost of Living is high."
Client Service Manager in Sydney:
Pros: Fun
Cons: environment
March 2014
"Be Prepared."
Client Service Manager:
To be very customer orientated, have loads of patience, very organised, strong technical subject knowledge, preferably a degree with major in legal, commerce and accounting. Be prepared to take responsibility, work long hours at times, function well under stress with deadlines. Above average salary with growth opportunity.