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30+ days ago

Sales Associate, Retail Part Time

GNC Seattle, WA +20 locations

As the nutrition and wellness destination for our customers, our Sales Associates must possess a curiosity and eagerness to solve the customers… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Retail Assistant Store Manager

GNC Seattle, WA +4 locations

• Receive, check, and shelve all merchandise orders. Assist the Store Manager in confirming purchase orders and managing the stores inventory within… ClickCast

2 days ago

Retail Store Manager – new

GNC Silverdale, WA +12 locations

GNC is currently seeking store managers that are looking to "fast track" their career with a dynamic and growing organization. • Manage the… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Retail Senior Store Manager

GNC Kent, WA

Senior Store Managers expand their sales and employee development skills to multi unit management by overseeing a group of 3 to 5 GNC Retail… ClickCast

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    GNC Employee Review

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    Current Employee - Manager in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Manager in Seattle, WA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I did enjoy my time working with GNC. They give you the Opportunity to expand your knowledge in the health feild, if you are interested in. Also there are good benefits when you reach management level. They also have descent discounts for employees.


    Upper management doesn't know how to communicate professionally and clearly. Constant demand for high sale goals, without any consideration of the current economy. I would have enjoyed working for this company more if the upper management was better at being professional. They are very untrustworthy and do not communicate their expectations well. They also cause a lot of "high school" drama and involve their personal life too much with their "professional" life.

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