Pros: there arent many--pay if you bargain right is 65-75k
Cons: phone, unrealistic deadlines, taking every minute of your life. you have to pay for everything yourself then expense, flights, hotels, repairs etc. they do not pay back interest.
This company is an absolute joke---There is absolutely no work/life balance. once you take a DM role expect 100-400 Phone calls a day because they do not empower their employees. They tell you when your hired that in an emergency you may have to work stores, what they don't tell you is an emergency consists of no Overtime for employees. so if someone – more... calls off and you can't cover the shift without OT its you working the window. They also have little to no advancement opportunities unless you are boozing it up with or sleeping with the right people. Trust me talk to several DM's before accepting this position, ask the tough questions like how many hours they work, are the goals attainable, how many calls they receive, and how hard it is to hire...Background checks include harsh credit check and they are paying 10-12 and hour for store managers, hard to find top talent at that rate and with great credit.
Good Luck to you if you take this position.
You will be out every time there is a storm, 3, 4 in the morning sitting with their money because the power went out. – less