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Manager2 reviews
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3.0
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Being employed as a manager for the Foot Locker, and my first job in Australia, was both exciting and daunting.
Typical day started with opening procedures, morning coaching with staff. Check staff roster, and store preparation. E mails from HO, orders in the system and to do new ones. Make contact with regional manager.

Everyday was a learning experience, not so much with customers, but the company, and company systems, and organisational promotions. It was vital that all company procedures and promotions were to the `T`.

Management were supportive, and especially HR. Plus, there was great communication between store managers. The company offered in house training on all aspects of management and store functions.

Hardest part of the job...? Nothing really. As head coach, i delegated as much as possible, and i had a very good crew that i could depend on.

I liked the work. I was learning something new everyday, and i had a little scope to try different promotional stuff in store, which gave the staff more incentive, and enjoyment, plus out store turnover was the highest it had ever been in that particular store!
Pros
Management training.
Cons
None.
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5.0
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Footlocker offer an enormous amount of growth in both business and retail skills. With highly developed systems to help you succeed in further career options. Sometimes you may be required to work long days especially in peak periods of retail.
Pros
discounted products
Cons
Long days
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