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Based on 85 responses, the job of Retail Department Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.66 out of 5. On average, Retail Department Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Retail Department Manager?

February 2019
Retail Department Manager in Johannesburg:
Pros: Contributing to my Team's growth and that of the store
Cons: Straneous
September 2015
"Hard but rewarding work."
Retail Department Manager:
Pros: Atmosphere, working directly with animals.
Cons: Stress level, flexibility, opportunity for raises is minimal.
February 2019
Retail Department Manager in Dublin:
Pros: Discounts
Cons: Hours
May 2019
"Department manager."
Retail Department Manager in Grapevine:
Pros: Freedom to make choices.
Cons: Sexism & obvious lack of cAre for employees. Always being talked about as being replaceable
May 2019
"Under Paid, Stressful, Unappreciated."
Retail Department Manager in Fayetteville:
Pros: People, freedom to walk around & not be on an assembly line, 15 minutes from home.
Cons: Under Paid, Expect so much out of Dept Managers, DMs have no authority to do anything & get NO support from upper management.
June 2019
"Great job - Very Stressful."
Retail Department Manager in Panama City Beach:
Pros: Freedom to merchandise how I want.
Cons: Uncertainty about the company’s future.
August 2019
"Everyday is always a new challenge, you never know who is going to show up or call in sick."
Retail Department Manager in Thunder Bay:
Pros: The Employees
Cons: long hours, being asked to do more then what my job entitles, ie Opening and Closing the store, following up with other departments and not being able to focus on my own department