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25 days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Ross Stores Nashville, TN

Responsible for all phases of Store Operations Ensure that Company Standards and Expectations are met Executes business plan to deliver desired sales… Ross Stores


28 days ago

Store Manager

Ross Stores Nashville, TN +2 locations

Customer Service • Executes customer service programs (CARA, Star Service, Mystery Shop Program) and Merchandise Presentation programs through… Ross Stores


7 days ago

Assistant Store Manager - Hendersonville, TN

Ross Stores Hendersonville, TN

Responsible for all phases of Store Operations Ensure that Company Standards and Expectations are met Executes business plan to deliver desired sales… Ross Stores


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Ross Stores Vice Chairman and CEO Michael A. Balmuth
Michael A. Balmuth
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    Everyone is the boss until it's time to manage.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Nashville, TN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Nashville, TN

    I worked at Ross Stores

    Pros

    Employee discounts, fast paced, customers you know by name

    Cons

    No organization, broken chain of command, paycheck issues, no communication, lack of leadership, lack of respect, lack of response, no concern for welfare of employees, negative energy, attitudes, and atmosphere...basically, the inmates think they're running the asylum, but in reality no-one is so they're all of their meds!

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    Managers should be promoted from within the company based on merit and track record. Hiring off of the street doesn't bring in new blood...it hardly warms a chair with a faint pulse. It creates issues among the ranks as the seasoned associates and assistant managers are forced to carry the load in order to deliver the treasure. Unfortunately, too many times it is because the warm body who was hired to do the job can't and or won't...especially when they don't have to (the perfectly capable assistant who was passed over is trying to shuffle both positions). To make matters worse, the pay (if you can get your check and then if you can cash it) is so low for the supposed high standards that are expected, understaffed and overworked conditions, that if Ross is able to attract capable people, they only put in the percentage they feel they get back. Nothing from nothing leaves...a store full of nasty, fighting people after the smart ones find new jobs with a companies that work on the mission statement instead of just hanging it on the wall and compensates good people for good efforts.

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