District Manager, Retail Reviews

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Based on 268 responses, the job of District Manager, Retail has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.83 out of 5. On average, District Manager, Retails are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2017
"Great."
District Manager, Retail in Dallas:
Pros: City culture, walkability, food.
Cons: Traffic, Cost of Living.
March 2019
"Fun if you love helping people better Their fitness goals."
District Manager, Retail in Lynchburg:
Pros: Helping people get in shape
Cons: Work life balance
December 2015
"Balance."
District Manager, Retail:
Remember to keep a work/life balance.
June 2016
"Downsizing."
District Manager, Retail:
Pros: Fun, team oriented.
Cons: Business is changing and will continue to contract.
June 2016
"Great opportunities to grow, learn and help people succeed."
District Manager, Retail:
Pros: Focus on leadership. Strong emphasis on support at all levels. Constantly changing. Clear expectations. Great deal of latitude and independent in method of delivering results.
Cons: Prevalence of support organizations can create bureaucracy. Same latitude and independence that allows committed employees to succeed can allow others to falter and even weigh the organization and others down.
August 2016
District Manager, Retail:
Create and develop a great team. Be in the stores often and work on developing people.
December 2015
District Manager, Retail:
Pros: Training and developing employees.
Cons: Too many hours and too much travel.