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Based on 2,033 responses, the job of Warehouse Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Warehouse Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Warehouse Manager?

March 2015
"High stress, high reward."
Warehouse Manager:
Pros: I enjoy the responsibility and the day to day decisions made on the fly.
Cons: The stress can be overwhelming with task not fully learnt.
May 2015
"Warehouse manager."
Warehouse Manager:
Pros: The staff that I work with.
Cons: Bad pay and no support.
May 2015
"Excel. Quick books ."
Warehouse Manager:
Enjoy the challenge of working with a team of different individuals, enjoy building relationships with them and learning how to work as a optimal team. Be happy working long hours and want to help with the development of the company and the challenges of clients needs. Enjoy the responsibility you have in streaming professes while keeping your teams well being in the four front of your mind . Sharing Knowledge with your staff and at the same time have a willingness to learn from your staff as well . Eat well ,exercise and arrive with a clear healthy and rested state of mind ,this will help convey a positive energy in the work place. Don't take advantage of perks but enjoy the ones you do get. Respect all individuals, but be honest and firm with decisions.
May 2015
"Warehouse Manager."
Warehouse Manager:
Pros: Interaction with customers.
Cons: The workload in comparison to salary.
May 2015
"Make it work."
Warehouse Manager:
Continuesly adapting to new product, new ways to save time and money , Find ways to improve efficiency , looking at new suppliers to improve product.
June 2015
Warehouse Manager:
Learn to manage, coach, and develop the people below you to make your own life easier.
June 2015
"Heavily lied to in interview."
Warehouse Manager:
Pros: Some of the employees make the job fun at times. Other than that there is nothing good or rewarding about the job.
Cons: Horrible support system and upper management. The demand is rediculous especially since the job is physical labor. The company does not care about the workers or their safety.