Vice President (VP), Operations Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Operations?

September 2016
"Be a problem solver."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Just focus on solving problems, for other executives, for the company, for everyone. Find out what is getting in the way of business and solve it.
September 2016
"Talk to people not groups."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
The men learn best 1 on 1 and not in a group setting. They will retain much more when you sit down and talk to the individuals.
April 2017
Vice President (VP), Operations in Irvine:
Pros: - Good environment. - Business growing - can motivate myself. - Have a mission to broaden Japanese food culture to the States (we're dealing with green tea and green tea ice cream)
Cons: - Prices are too high to live with current salary, especially rent fees. - Low compensation.
August 2017
"Level of politics."
Vice President (VP), Operations in Edmonton:
Make sure you understand the time commitment.
September 2017
"Close to work."
Vice President (VP), Operations in Aurora:
Pros: A great suburb with many up and coming great features.
Cons: Still has a bad reputation from the past.
September 2017
"Great area to live and work."
Vice President (VP), Operations in Houston:
Pros: The various thing to do in off time.
Cons: The traffic.
November 2013
"Collateral operations"
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Pros: 5 day a week
Cons: Late night job
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