Retail Shift Supervisor Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Retail Shift Supervisor?
Retail Shift Supervisor in Findlay:
Pros: Close to me
Cons: To far
Retail Shift Supervisor in West Palm Beach:
Pros: Customer service
Retail Shift Supervisor in Merrick:
"Many years of coffee."
Pros: I enjoyed the fast paced environment for many years and the great people I have met a long the way.
Cons: The town of South Merrick was a very special group of customers. They were very nasty and rude to many of the workers and never wanted to pay full price for what they ordered. The managers I have experienced through out the years have been hit or miss. The ones that were a miss really brought the morale down in the store which as a result caused a very stressful environment.
Retail Shift Supervisor in Starkville:
Cons: Everything is horrible. It is a corrupt work environment. I dread work daily.
Retail Shift Supervisor in Seattle:
"Poor commute, high rent, rude people."
Pros: The views, ability to meet new people.
Cons: Long commute and bad traffic. Rude people.
Retail Shift Supervisor in Coventry:
"Overall the benefits are a mixed bag."
As a shift supervisor, I am not very high on the totem pole, so my benefits are a little limited. I don't have access to the medical insurance, but it is apparently pretty good. The 401k and Roth IRA contributions are matched up to 5%, which is pretty standard, but it is nice to have. Based on hours worked, we do get a fairly small amount of personal time, but it isn't that significant. CVS also offers an employee assistant employee assistant program that supposedly help people through life crises. I don't know anyone who uses it, including myself. We also get a 20% off store discount, and few other minor things. Everyone besides Store Mangers and Pharmacists make absolutely insulting pay for the huge amount of work and responsibility they put upon us.
Retail Shift Supervisor in Louisville:
"Cost of living."
Pros: Job availability.
Cons: Like country type of living.