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Based on 3,329 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?

June 2014
"Stress Level, Incoming Calls, Office Condition."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Recognition in the industry and learning opportunities.
Cons: Bad politics, no career growth, company culture.
June 2014
"Operations Review."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: My job is very detailed orientated. My daily tasks consist of about ten responsibilities plus more. My schedule is from 9am-6pm Monday through Friday. I help keep a luxury retail store organized and maintain all products. Also, I oversee the shipping and receiving duties at our location. Each week I have reports due as well.
Cons: There are added responsibilities every month but no pay increase. The stress level is very high as well.
August 2014
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Interaction with people or customers.
Cons: Stress, pressure, culture, attitude.
August 2014
"It is good since iam well aquinted with people management."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: New challenge and development skill.
Cons: Working overtime.
September 2014
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: The responsibility and freedom to be my own success which in turn is our company's success.
Cons: Feast or famine. Reactive containment, work volume changes one day to the next.
October 2014
"Run away....."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Its a job, that's about it. Nothing special.
Cons: Everything is geared toward the drivers. Making half the wage of a driver and you are their superior. I am not talking a little bit I am speaking of. DOUBLE the Supervisors salary. A seriously broken system. Micromanaged to the maximum. Doesn't care about customers, driven by shareholders. Overworked and WAY underpaid.
October 2014
"Think before you accept."
Operations Supervisor:
Make sure you understand the limited movement in the position.