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Based on 3,081 responses, the job of Operations Supervisor has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.75 out of 5. On average, Operations Supervisors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Operations Supervisor?

January 2014
"Iss is a bad company."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Friendly people.
Cons: No lunch pay, no end of year bonus, no sick pay, no overtime rate, get paid less than everyone who works there, work to meet targets for others who do the same job to get bonus !
January 2014
"Freedom To Make Improvements But At Unreasonable Demands."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: I receive relative freedom to improve the company processes as I see fit. I enjoy problem solving, critical thinking and creating growth and make a company better. I am the only one who can do my job so I feel valued by colleagues.
Cons: The stress to get results. The negativity of dealing with problems and that always become your fault when something goes wrong or someone makes a mistake. No one's willing to help. Unrealistic demands on result and time frames for completion. Long unpaid hours. MD only interested in sales at no cost.
March 2014
"Success Is A Way Of Life."
Operations Supervisor:
Follow God's Word, love thy family and everything comes after that. If you take care of your business, your business will take care of your family. Stay healthy.
April 2014
Operations Supervisor:
Showing me where everything is, so my work can be thoroughly performed.
April 2014
"No Perks As A Consultant"
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Travel world wide good money have oil company cover return air fares on days off.
Cons: Shortage of experienced personnel, working with poorly maintained equipment.
April 2014
"How the whole agriculture operate and how it contributes."
Operations Supervisor:
To be more proffessional and must be people oriented skills, mange and reach the target in time.listen to the people as you may learn something from them.develop young people within the organisation through promoting study and training.
June 2014
"Pay raises come very slow."
Operations Supervisor:
Know what you can do and work on your pit falls.