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Based on 533 responses, the job of Department Manager, Retail Store has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.57 out of 5. On average, Department Manager, Retail Stores are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Department Manager, Retail Store?

April 2016
"How much commitment it would take to reach management level."
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Build a strong bond and develop your team, without them you can not succeed.
May 2016
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: Great company to work for. I enjoy helping others.
May 2016
"I like it."
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: The people I work with. Iike that I have a set schedule.
Cons: The same managers I work with. When I given to much to do in a day.
June 2016
"Satisfying."
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: The people I work with.
Cons: Compensation.
June 2016
"Good paying job."
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: Vacations & pau.
Cons: Too much wishy wash changes....not enough communication.
July 2016
"Well balanced job."
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: Satisfying challenge at work. Some stress. Lots of responsibility. Need to make decisions that can result in thousands of dollars a day more or less in sales. Lots of meticulous detail work solving problems with onhands and replenishment.
Cons: Terrible pay. Will not negotiate pay. Avoid talking about pay. Excessive indoctrination of corporate culture.
August 2016
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: I like helping customers and listening to their stories.
Cons: The customers are sometimes horrible to deal with, but I can handle that. It's the management that I can't deal with. It's the constant lies, the constant change of policy to fit what they want at that time. It's confusing, irritating, frustrating etc.