Not a bad place to work if you're in the right sector or account
Retail Manager (Former Employee) – Maryland – October 4, 2016
Managers are REQUIRED to work a minimum 10 hour day, the pay doesn't exactly make up for that. You might work 5 days, you might work 7 or more. With no extra compensation or get time back for it.
There is limited training, you just kind of learn as you go. You make sure your brands are all set, help them when needed, be present during busy times. Required to wear many hats, as you would in any management position. Inventory, ordering, scheduling, hiring, training, production, cashier. Management doesn't hande issues very well, not very helpful. It's sink or swim. Other people will try to bring you down.
Hardest part of the job - dealing with staff/management
Most enjoyable - happy satisfied customers, happy staff as well
free lunches, great customers, some good staff, healthcare
no work/life balance, low pay, no training, no recognition, no compensation for extra work