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|Store Manager salaries - 696 salaries reported||£17/hr|
|Store Manager salaries - 389 salaries reported||£55,636/yr|
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|Store Manager salaries - 304 salaries reported||£35,841/yr|
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The average salary for a Store Manager is £36,648 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 15470 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Store Manager employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Store Manager in United Kingdom is £48,171 per year.
The lowest salary for a Store Manager in United Kingdom is £28,698 per year.
Pay for retail managers varies widely, since the job title encompasses so many possible industries and responsibilities. They are typically paid at a premium to more junior team members, as compensation for their additional work training, supervising, and coaching others. Retail managers can increase their pay by becoming an area or regional manager, which requires several years of experience in managing a shop. They can also become a trainer or move into an operations management role.
If you want to earn more from your career as a store manager, you can enhance your professional development with related courses, such as a Retail Management Apprenticeship to enable you to take on higher level responsibilities. Achieving good sales figures and profitability can help a store manager earn a higher salary. Some stores even offer commissions if sales are high enough or performance-related incentives. As a store manager, you can increase sales in your store by helping staff to develop sales and customer service skills, working to build a strong sales and customer service team, retain staff long term, and recruiting high performers to boost your store's sales.
When preparing to negotiate for a higher salary, you need to know the market value of a store manager in your area.
If you are negotiating for a new store manager job, use your knowledge of the average store manager's salary and ask for about 10% above the offer. Say something such as, "Does the salary have any wiggle room? I was hoping it would be around X amount." Be aware that the employer may offer an amount below your counteroffer.
Use a similar tactic when negotiating a raise. Ask for at least 10% above what you're making now, and come prepared to explain why your job performance deserves a pay rise, highlighting your sales achievements.
About 62.13% of Store Manager professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £3,534 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Store Manager in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Store Manager professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £23,392 and £63,922 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £36,648 following the average career path of a Store Manager.