Operations Supervisor Reviews

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Based on 3,279 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?

February 2015
"A puppet."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Monday thru friday.
Cons: No emphasis on keeping equipment running like they should be.
March 2015
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: I can pass on my experience to others and help the company become more efficient.
Cons: Having the responsibility of having to performance manage people out of the business.
March 2015
"Managing operations of foodcourt."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Short working hours. Flexible work load.
Cons: Management politics. Attend to job relative stuff after woking hours.
April 2015
"Challenging."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: Customer relations. Hands on work. Associate relations.
Cons: Overextended. Long hours. Little time off.
May 2015
"How much it paid."
Operations Supervisor:
Always say yes to anything asked of you and you will go far in the company.
May 2015
"Stressful."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: I love the dogs and the people I work with.
Cons: It was not what I wanted to do, I took the job to take care of animals and was promoted to babysitter of people. I also am being to asked to do more than I get paid for.
June 2015
"Great company."
Operations Supervisor:
Pros: You get to work and train with great employees... Also in-house training provided by upper management.
Cons: Human resources constantly picking or micromanaging employees... Looking to see if your not doing your job...don't let employees work comfortably or do there jobs with HR breathing on there backs!