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Based on 562 responses, the job of Inventory Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Inventory Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Inventory Manager?

June 2016
"Every detail counts."
Inventory Manager:
Prioritize your work, but do not over look the little things.
June 2016
"Inventory optimisation."
Inventory Manager:
Pros: Delivering service excellence.
Cons: Repetitive.
January 2017
"Great experience and responsibility."
Inventory Manager in Lynnwood:
Pros: That the flow of the store is my responsibility. Im in charge of the procedure. It makes me really self reliant and pushes me to get things Done.
Cons: There are a lot of little tasks that fall under my job title that are frustrating when their things other staff members should be able to complete without me.
April 2017
"New Haven Manufacturing."
Inventory Manager in New Haven:
Pros: Relatively close to home, better than commuting to Stamford or New York.
Cons: Bad Traffic. Makes commuting a headache.
June 2017
"Lack of loyalty towards employees."
Inventory Manager in Olympia:
Pros: Working with animals.
Cons: Lack concern for their employees.
July 2017
"Great company."
Inventory Manager in Atlanta:
Pros: Every day brings new opportu ities to help solve many issues that arise from massive company growth.
Cons: Long hours, minimal work life balance.
August 2017
"No matching 401K."
Inventory Manager in Hoffman Estates:
Not that great.