Based on 2,512 responses, the job of Retail Store Assistant Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.62 out of 5. On average, Retail Store Assistant Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Retail Store Assistant Manager?
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Philadelphia:
Pros: benefits, flexibility of schedule, interactions with vendore
Cons: out of office emails, continuous direct customer interaction
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Bemidji:
Pros: It is where I am from. Giving me the opportunity to stay in my community and be closer to my family.
Cons: The pay for what I do is less than desirable. Taxes. And hard to grow within the company living in such a small town.
"I can find some of my skills growth and responsibilities, it was a good opportunities to work with the company."
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Bengaluru:
Pros: The atmosphere that i have created at the Company with my store staff.
Cons: Less focus on employee management and operation teams.
"You’re just a number."
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Yakima:
Pros: Conworkers and some customers
Cons: Micromanaged not enough employees to take some burden off of you. Upper management doesn’t give two fingers about your problems on being understaffed. You work 65+ hours weekly and only get paid for 44 hours. Very unrealistic goals set per store/mangers. If you want to succeed in this company you have to drink the kool aid. A whole bunch of it. Also, you must become a robot/sherbot.
"It's close to homd."
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Avondale:
Pros: The people
"It's challenging at times , We go through alot of changes . We deal with so many different personalities both Customers and Associates ."
Retail Store Assistant Manager in La Habra:
Pros: I love working side by side with my Associates,
Cons: People who work against you instead of with you.
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Ilford: