Operations Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Operations Manager?

Operations Manager in Indianapolis:
"Operations Manager for Seasonal Employees."
Pros: Flexible hours, Good people.
Cons: Stressful, underpaid.

Operations Manager in Hillsboro:
"Very good."
Pros: Dealing with people, seeing children happy, being able to help children in the adoption process.
Cons: Sad that there are people in this world that abuse and hurt children.

Operations Manager in Daytona Beach:
"Busy, management position."
Pros: Staff, clients, office environment, spirit weeks.
Cons: Many hours, culture of corporate office.

Operations Manager in Norman:
"Demanding."
Pros: Mentoring/training, always learning something new.
Cons: Demanding, multitasking 24/7, under titled, stressful.

Operations Manager in Norman:
"Demanding."
Pros: Mentoring/training, always learning something new.
Cons: Demanding, multitasking 24/7, under titled, stressful.

Operations Manager in Temple:
"Life of a Operations Manager."
Pros: Today was a good day, I had to work alone because business got slow. But what I like most is the fact that I have so much on my shoulders, I love having alot on my plate it makes me working twice as hard.
Cons: The bad thing is that I have to fire people. I don't like taking things away from people but at the same time I can't afford for them to be standing around or bottle necking a job. Production is the main key and I need people to fill those orders.

Operations Manager in Pine Island:
Pros: Delivering the highest expectations in an industry that demands perfection.
Cons: