Retail Shift Supervisor Reviews

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Based on 864 responses, the job of Retail Shift Supervisor has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.48 out of 5. On average, Retail Shift Supervisors are satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Retail Shift Supervisor?

January 2016
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: The pay and the benefits.
Cons: Constant chaotic environment.
February 2016
"Very stressful."
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: The interaction with some of the people. The responsibility of managing others.
Cons: Short staffed, the workload, the angry customers when things happen that are out of my control.
March 2016
"Cvs."
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: Can do manager duties.
Cons: Undermined by other employees in same position.
August 2016
"Fast paced work environment."
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: Working in a team and leading a team. Handling customer complaints. Kpi measurement. Interaction with wide range of people.
Cons: Complaining about work, people, system and showing headstrong behavior.
August 2016
"A very stressful and challenging job. Tremendous daily work."
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: My store manager is the best which makes me not mind coming to work.
Cons: My income recently capped. No more raise.I have no incentive to do more?
September 2016
"Crazy, no authority, lack of competent employees."
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: The customers.
Cons: Lazy employees, doing my job and everyone elses, promised promotions ive never received, ridiculous work hours. Management picks out all flaws instead of helping to succeed. Stressful.
September 2016
"There is no place to grow. Work as a store manager without y."
Retail Shift Supervisor:
Pros: The customers and the things I have learned through the years.
Cons: They treat you as if your a store manager without the pay or the promotion. They expect you to bend over backwards for them when they don't give you any inclination that you will grow and be promoted.