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Store Manager - SHHC

Shoppers Drug Mart Keewatin, MN

of a Store Manager include • Implement effective system and procedures for the daily operation of the business by effective inventory management… Glassdoor

27 days ago

Beauty Boutique Manager (BBM)

Shoppers Drug Mart Strathmore, NJ +3 locations

of a Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Boutique Manager include • managing the human and financial resources of the beauty boutique department and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Conseillère, Galerie Beauté

Shoppers Drug Mart Greenfield Park, NY

• s'assurer que les marques de prestige et de série sont contrôlées et que les objectifs quotidiens sont atteints. QUALIFICATIONS… Glassdoor

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    A good place to advance your career (Depending on if you say/do the right things)

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
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    I worked at Shoppers Drug Mart full-time (more than 5 years)


    - Good career advancement. Typically if you're a great employee and know your stuff, it is completely possible to make your way up fairly easy
    - Free certifications and learning tools made available through SDM University. This is an employee only website where you can learn new skills and gain certifications for everything from basic management and business skills, to advanced excel and data analyzing training programs
    - Employee discount (even in boutique stores with high-end cosmetics)
    - A lot of follow-up at store level from district managers, to make sure everything is in working order
    - The KEY is having good staff and good management. If you have either of these, your work experience is a MILLION times better.


    - Anyone below a Front store manager generally has a pretty low wage
    - The available budget for hours is ridiculously low. Management has to work double time to pick up the slack where an extra employee or shift is sometimes necessary. A lot of stores are very understaffed, which leads to customers getting very upset. Head office knows about the issue but will not change it. They insist it is your fault for not being able to budget or allocate hours properly (How can that be true if EVERY store has the same issue?).
    - It is common practice for management to put in WAY over the 40 hour work week
    - The relationship between head office (corporate) and store level can be pretty bad at times. Store level employees have the general feeling that head office personnel think themselves as over and above anyone at store level. Store level staff get 'scared' when head office comes to visit (which I do not think is healthy in a business environment).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Treat your employees with dignity and respect
    - I understand the budgeted hours are low, but lets follow labour laws here and pay people for the ACTUAL hours they are working. You are adding to the problem by making it seem that you are able to make the budget, when in reality you can't. Forced overtime/underpaid employees = unhappy employee = problems for everyone.

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