Retail Store Assistant Manager Reviews

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Based on 2,201 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.
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Q: What is it like working as a Retail Store Assistant Manager?

July 2015
"Great company to grow with."
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Pros: As a company they are forever evolving and changing and adapting to change never settling for just anything. Respect integrity compassion are the staples of the company.
Cons: Sometimes we are given a lot all at one time.
July 2015
"What's up."
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Pros: I love that I work in a challenging field that is constantly growing.
Cons: There is not a good work life balance while working in the retail sector.
July 2015
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Pros: Fun environment, great customers, and oppurtunity for growth.
Cons: Work life balance, short staff, and lack of support from upper management.
August 2015
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Listen to your customers, and report their needs to ownership.
September 2015
"Assistant manager to high end consignment boutique."
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Pros: Customer service, fashion.
Cons: Consginors, corporate, disorganized.
September 2015
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Pros: Merchandising ,training, development.
Cons: Low pay, no real incentives for store or assistant managers.
September 2015
"Have a game plan."
Retail Store Assistant Manager:
Going in, have a game plan and a philosophy for how you are going to approach and manage staff, customers, and how you can contribute the most value to the employer and their business. As soon as possible, get a feel for the dynamics of the business and how it's popular demographic shops, and play to what makes the business thrive, and having a well thought out approach to problem-solving aspects that may hurt the progress of the business. Have confidence in your abilities, strengths, and experiences so that you may lead effectively by earning the respect of your staff, never have to demand it.