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  1. 3.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    store manager

    Jul 23, 2015 - Store Manager in Roanoke, VA
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
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    Pros

    store open hours are great and during the holidays you don't have all of the crazy mall retail hours (which is a blessing), employee discount, the company has improved by leaps and bounds compared to where it was 2-3 years ago. There is still room for improvement, but it's certainly better than it was.

    Cons

    payroll hours are few and far between, work load is heavy, salary,

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    1 person found this review helpful
  2. 1.0
    Former Employee, more than 3 years

    Store Manager

    Jun 10, 2016 - Store Manager in Phoenix, AZ
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Employee discount. The store is only open 9 hours Monday - Friday and 7 hours on Sundays. Extended holiday hours are OK. Stayed closed on Thanksgiving.

    Cons

    Low salary. Only full-time position in the store. Only have enough payroll for manager +1 staffing, except on sale days, then you get 6 extra hours. Too far behind with technology & trying to catch up without spending any $$, so POS or store computers crash. Too many directives from corporate office without consideration of the size of the store, the time & people needed to properly complete. NO WORK-LIFE BALANCE.

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    3 people found this review helpful
  3. 2.0
    Former Employee, more than 5 years

    Rarely a positive remark

    Feb 5, 2013 - Former Store Manager 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Great hours for retail. 10-7, but I see that changing.

    Cons

    Not enough payroll hours to get all of the projects done that are sent down from corporate. Hires regional and store managers off the street instead of looking within for talent that is already there. I believe that the stores are sometimes set up for failure. At one point, a zone manager was asked why a store that was approx. 10 miles away was getting a certain high $$ product and we weren't, his comment was that we couldn't sell it. When the remark was made that it was never given to us, so how did he know we couldn't sell it. He had no answer for us. When ads break, some stores get very little ad product and other stores get bombarded with it. What happens is if it is a product that takes off, the store that has a sparse amount runs out so therefore they are sending the customer to another location losing sales for their location. So, it doesn't take a scientist to figure out that it affects the bottom line. Then the store manager is expected to give a reason as to why they did make sales---DUH!!! The left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing and that includes everyone from the corporate offices to transportation to HR. When hired as a store manager, we are told that we must put in a 45 hr. work week. Needless to say, 45 was a rarity. It was anywhere from 50 to 70. When I did quit, I had worked four days and when one figures that out in a salary world, that would have figured out to 36 hours. Got paid for 32 and was told that it was based on a 40 hr work week. When HR was questioned about it, they said we were 'expected' to work 45 hours but we were only contracted for 40. Amazing how all the store managers heard the same thing when they contracted on but since nothing was on paper, we have no recourse. Salaried store managers are among one of the lowest paid managers in the business and the job is physically demanding With the exception of truck day, there are normally only two people in the store at a time. This means that one person has to be at the register and the other is responsible for doing everything else from helping customers, stocking, recovery and doing many of the projects that are sent down from corporate.

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  4. 3.0
    Former Employee, less than 1 year

    Some good. Mostly bad.

    Nov 10, 2012 - Store Manager in Dallas, TX
    Recommend
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    Pros

    I met some really great people within the company during my Store Manager training days. Unfortunately these people were far from my region!

    Cons

    Running off of bare minimum payroll hours. I was allotted to schedule only 2 employees at one time for more than 8,000 sq ft store. Some of the upper management is very unprofessional. This company needs a culture change from certain employees that have been with this company for many years. They hold a very high bar for a poor work environment. Insufficient training overall.

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  5. 3.0
    Current Employee, more than 5 years

    Overworked

    Apr 12, 2021 - Retail Store Manager 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Flexible schedule, reasonable business hours

    Cons

    Available budget payroll hours are never enough to complete all required tasks

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  6. 2.0
    Current Employee

    Expect far to much for pay

    May 2, 2011 - Manager 
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Product is good, discounts on clearance the only way employees can afford it, hours are good, customers are friendly

    Cons

    Pay scale is the worst I have ever seen. Reveiws are done across the board not according to job performance. Payroll hours completely unrealstic to work load. Job decription is everything from normal management duties to refinishing floors and installing electronic equipment.

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    3 people found this review helpful
  7. 2.0
    Current Employee, more than 5 years

    The Edge of Insanity

    Oct 28, 2012 - Store Manager 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Employee's get a 20% Discount, Store Hours only 10am to 7pm

    Cons

    Too much work and not enough payroll to accomplish goals which many times change half way through requiring you to start over putting you further behind. Stale merchandise just stiiting around (for 2 or 3 years) with no one buying it as they take a 1 or 2 dollar markdowns that doesn't excite the customers enough to buy it. Only get sent a few of the hot good selling items for a sale event yet expected to meet sales goals of thousands more than product sent to support the sale. Store managers salary based on 45 hours per week but often work 90+ per week because payroll budget is so low that they must work that many hours by themselves to barely achieve the goals set for them. LOW pay which causes a large turnover of only part time employee's with no benefits. Managers are not allowed to leave early even if they have gone over 45 hour base time even if they have accomplished tasks for the day since the regular employee payroll is so limited. Weekly threats from regional of possible termination are made to managers to not exceed payroll by even 1 hour. Managers benefits are expensive and coverage is poor. Regional and zone management often out of touch with actual conditions in stores and manage more by intimidation versus positive reinforcement. A simple 'Good Job' or 'Thank You' is almost non existant from Sr. Management and nothing is ever good enough. Company policy manual says that a store manager should perform 20% of the manual labor and 80% administration and supervision, but almost always end up doing the most manual labor such as fabricating metal to make shelving units that corporate wants built but doesn't provide the proper materials or instruction, waxing and buffing floors, replacing bulbs and ballasts in lighting fixtures, etc. Store supply orders are limited to how much can be ordered and often have to spend out of pocket to purchase extra cleaning supplies when needed ( 1 bottle each of toilet bowl cleaner, windex, 409, and lysol is NOT enough to clean 2 public bathrooms for 1 1/2 months!!!) Employees are always working in fear of being accused of theft as it is always hammered into them that the employees steal more than customers and that they are always being watched. They even want store managers to inspect employees bags and purses as they enter and leave the store for stolen merchandise every single day that they work, This does not help build a good rapport with your employees since they feel like they are the enemies from day one. Needs and concerns are never heard higher than the Regional manager who forbids you to contact anyone higher to address the issues and they never come to a resolve to problems. The answer is always the same 'Do it or we can find someone else that can do it. Many employees simply give up and quit but then the next employee can't accomplish many of the goals and directives either which explains the high turnover in this company. Regional requires a Doctors Note to take a Sick Day even when managers are given 6 sick/personal days a year. Personal days are almost always rejected. Why even have them if you can't take them.

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  8. 4.0
    Current Employee

    I like the freedom

    Sep 16, 2021 - Store Manager in Atlanta, GA
    Recommend
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    Pros

    They don’t micromanage you. They have the freedom to fix your store the way you want mostly

    Cons

    They don’t give you enough payroll hours. It’s a lot of physical work

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  9. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 5 years

    Full time Assistant Manager

    Jun 18, 2014 - Assistant Manager in Oxford, MS
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Great operating hours, great discount, friendly coworkers, flexible schedule, great products

    Cons

    Payroll hours and managers have to do everything from a maintenance perspective

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    1 person found this review helpful
  10. 3.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Store Manager Tuesday Morning

    Apr 24, 2016 - Store Manager in Greensboro, NC
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Good salary and bonus potential. Great work environment. Good place to learn management skills.

    Cons

    Long hours. Low amount of payroll hours given to run the store. Lots of tasks given and not enough associates to get everything done.

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