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Assistant Manager

Finish Line Dulles, VA +192 locations

Assists Store Manager in all aspects of daily shift management, including customer relations, inventory… Glassdoor


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    Fun environment for retail with opportunities to work your way up.

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Fort Worth, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Fort Worth, TX

    I worked at Finish Line full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Management is required to help you sell more, which makes your job more fun. Given many athletes work along with you, sales numbers can get competitive and keep things interesting. Also, the employee discount is nice. For those who do their job correctly and put in a year or two, there are many opportunities to move up to management.

    Cons

    Unfortunately, the store managers are sometimes the least excited to be there. Assistant managers and managers in training are usually the most helpful and motivated, but both store managers I worked for seemed like they were burned out. Compensation starts low, but there are possibilities of raises after putting in a few good months.

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    There is room for more tangible sales incentives. Many employees decide not to push a potential customer because they don't want to do the work. Also, management tracks "smalls" very closely, like socks and shoelaces. Unfortunately, there was no useful training on how to do this. Overall, the more the employees know about sales, the more fun they have and the more money the store will make. The floor staff needs to be better educated and incentivized.

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