More Information on Retail Jobs

16:37 Mon 24th May 2010 |

More Information on Retail Jobs

The retail sector is always growing and looking for new people with good communication and people skills to fill their job vacancies. If you think that you’re suited for a job in the retail sector then read on and see what a few job have to offer.

Retail Manager

A retail manager is usually in charge of a shop or store and has the task of managing staff, handling wages, time sheets and cashing up at the end of the day. This job can be fast-paced and stressful, but is very rewarding and allows you to meet new people and friends.

Retail Assistant Manager

In many ways, the assistant manager in any shop or store does all of the duties a manager would, like an understudy. The assistant manager will often work different shifts to the manager so that the store is always covered by someone in authority, so that refunds and exchanges can be made without any problems.

Shop Floor Supervisor

A shop floor supervisor is normally in charge of a smaller unit in a shop or store, for example, in a supermarket there may be a supervisor for frozen foods and another supervisor for the bakery. Shop floor supervisors relay orders from the managers to the staff to ensure the work gets done. They also deal with customer complaints and returns and are considered the “frontline trooper” by most companies.

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