Operations Supervisor Advice

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

Operations Supervisor in Albuquerque:
"Job duties."
Know what your job duties will be before you start. Make sure you understand what will be expected of you.

Operations Supervisor in Norcross:
"Very well."
Pros: Being able to manage a shop without need to higher ups getting involved.
Cons: Pay to be completely honest.....

Operations Supervisor in Baltimore:
"Pay increases not what I was told."
Not to expect raises often and very minimal when they are offered. Otherwise, a great company to work for.

Operations Supervisor in Los Angeles:
"It's ideal for learning logistics."
Pros: The people and the environment is suttle.
Cons: The communication level is low.

Operations Supervisor in Lindsay:
"Stress level."
Pros: Creating a wholesome dairy product that gets made into cheese.
Cons: Stress level, no home time, overflow of responsibility, working through lunches and on all holidays.

Operations Supervisor in Minot:
"The job is terrific. My boss can sometimes be a lot to handl."
Pros: The interactions with my co-workers, the environment, the customers, the steadiness, and the overall experience.
Cons: My boss!!!

Operations Supervisor in Albany:
"Decent."
Pros: It pays the bills. Always learning something new every day.
Cons: Long hours and sometimes very hard work.