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30+ days ago

Retail Store Manager Trainee

GNC Las Vegas, NV

include, but not limited, to the following: • Manage the operations, staffing, and sales/profit goals in a single assigned retail store… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Regional Multi Unit Sales Director

GNC Maryland

GNC, helping people to Live Well It is a really exciting time to be at GNC! Rising costs and a growing emphasis on prevention have convinced… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Retail Store Manager

GNC Lahaina, HI +19 locations

GNC, helping people to Live Well It is a really exciting time to be at GNC! Rising costs and a growing emphasis on prevention have convinced… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Associate, Retail Part Time

GNC Fairbanks, AK +128 locations

The Part Time Retail Sales Associate position at GNC is the most important job in our company. As a Retail Sales Associate, you are doing more than… Glassdoor


29 days ago

Retail Sales Associate

GNC Gulfport, MS +3 locations

GNC, helping people to Live Well We didn’t invent health and wellness retailing…we revolutionized it, amped it up, put the science behind it… Glassdoor


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    Store manager

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    Former Employee - Store Manager
    Former Employee - Store Manager

    I worked at GNC full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The best part was working alone and not having someone hover over you all the time. As a store manager, you run the business mostly by yourself (with assistant manager in some stores and with part timers.)

    Cons

    Down season is between thanksgiving and Christmas making longer work days incredibly boring. Sales are more important than anything else. Upper management above the level of ssm (senior store manager-who oversees area stores) is very unwilling to help and usually doesn't care for the employees as they see them as being replaceable.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Regional managers should listen to store managers more and build better relationships with those running the business for you. Make sure that they know what is expected of them and watch out for your people.

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