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Based on 4,693 responses, the job of Retail Store Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.71 out of 5. On average, Retail Store Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Retail Store Manager?

November 2013
"CPI is a high stress-low pay company to work for"
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: It's fun and different, and most customers are pleasant
Cons: CPI Corp. treat their employees horribly. They put far too much stress and pressure on them in order to make sales and bring in customers, without any motivation or reward. They pay far too little for what their employees are doing on a day-to-day basis. They use bullying as a scare tactic against their employees and have district managers who have no clue what they're doing or how to communicate to their studios.
December 2013
"A Better Place to Execute What You Have Learned"
Retail Store Manager:
Firm behavior with the team, accurate knowledge about the market and proper analysis of the market.
December 2013
Retail Store Manager:
Work hard and be honest in your approach to work.
December 2013
"Long hours, shortage of staff, unapperative boss, favortisum."
Retail Store Manager:
I would love to get out and work for any other comapny then loblaws.
January 2014
"Stess leel, responsability."
Retail Store Manager:
Be strong, be prepare to work long hours.
January 2014
"My Review."
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: Huge company with lots of opportunities for growth.
Cons: Company is so big, you often get overlooked for vacancies as they look outside to recruit.
February 2014
Retail Store Manager:
Absorb info and turn it into your own style.