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Based on 9,382 responses, the job of Operations Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.86 out of 5. On average, Operations Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Operations Manager?

December 2018
"Just like working anywhere else that has a ton of developments and nice properties."
Operations Manager in Medford:
Pros: It’s close to home
Cons: Nothing
August 2020
"Running the Ecom and Apparel Division."
Operations Manager in Los Angeles:
Pros: It’s a great culture with a huge opportunity for success.
Cons: Realizing I’m being underpaid comparative to other hires that I’m required to manage.
October 2013
Operations Manager:
Pros: constant variety and challenge
Cons: occasional crazy hours
October 2013
"Operation Executive"
Operations Manager:
Pros: designation is good, work profile is crucial, dealing with sensitive data
Cons: less salary, night shift, no allowances, no health benefits, no food provided
October 2013
Operations Manager:
None that team work and aligned strategies can give you
October 2013
"Busy but not a great excitement"
Operations Manager:
Pros: Managing staff, resolving problems, business development.
Cons: Repetitive, office bound, not demanding enough
October 2013
"I manage factory and customer expectations of deadlines"
Operations Manager:
Pros: It is a creative environment and casual fashion forward office wear. I get to travel to the USA and Europe twice a year.
Cons: The job is a lot of expectations and all manual work.