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Based on 9,484 responses, the job of Operations Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.85 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?

January 2014
Operations Manager:
Pros: Responsibilities and making a difference.
Cons: Low pay.
January 2014
"Hard work."
Operations Manager:
Hard work dedication.
January 2014
"Management classes."
Operations Manager:
How to motivate employees better and how to communicate to customers better.
February 2014
"Low Pay, Long Hours."
Operations Manager:
Pros: Fast paced, growing company. Responsibility. Productive, efficient employees promoted. Benefits are good.
Cons: Low pay. No pay scale or levels. Slow in employee evaluations. Delay pay in some cases. Pay increases are expected to be through more hours worked (overtime).
February 2014
Operations Manager:
Always be confident in what you have been chosen to do in your choice of job. Be prepared with any and all presentation you plan to share. Give praise to those who require it in public and criticize those who need it in private. Love the work you do and you never work a day.
March 2014
"Corporate Learning."
Operations Manager:
Pros: WNS offers great learning experiences to employees along with generating and giving employees opportunity to exercise the what you have learned
Cons: Pay scale.
February 2014
"Corporate Culture."
Operations Manager:
Pros: Time shift at night so I can support my day time for education.
Cons: Communication.