A CVS manager performs essential administrative and labor management duties in order to ensure efficient day-to-day store operations. Administrative duties a manager performs include filing paper work, budgeting payroll, ordering products and store supplies, and analyzing sales numbers. Labor management duties a CVS manager performs include interviewing potential associates, training new hire employees, creating employee schedules, monitoring team performance, and coaching team members. Managers may also perform customer service duties, such as greeting customers, providing assistance, and completing transactions. A CVS manager must also ensure employees follow all safety and loss prevention guidelines as outlined by the corporate offices.
Once Promoted to Multi Unit Store Manager, a lot changes. I Believe for the best. It gives me more responsibilities, which translates into challenges, and I personally feed off of new challenges and obstacles. It gives me the opportunity to go out into the field and help other Store Managers to get to their target and help them hire and train new employees. This part of my job I love the most, because not only am I helping the company better itself, but I am also helping the Store Manager relieve a great amount of stress of their shoulders.
As a Multi-Unit Store Manager a lot changes, real fast. Not only am I in charge of my store, I'm also in charge of a Mini District. (6-8 stores)
Which helps me Manage my time better, and still able to achieve the same if not better results at my own store.