Pros: unlimited use of company car
Cons: 24/7 365 job, hard to have a healthy work/personal balance
0500 check emails for previous day survey compliance, respond.
review current days survey requirements and compliance, respond to P1/P2 work order requirements, visit sites, discuss with managers the following areas: current labor hours and staffing, personnel issues, store image, sales, marketing strategies, OSHA,City and or/State requirements, ie – more... fuel logs, safety logs, carding policies, signing bank logs, reviewing video, reviewing scan audit data, discussing internal theft issues, training, walk sales floor and review schematics, code dates. perform surprise atm and cash audits, cash drawer compliance,
meetings on Mondays:
plan my weeks activities
7 out of town sites, what days I would visit (typically same day each week) what was to be completed during that visit. typically sites were 1 to 3 hours drive time.
average day was 12 hours +
needed to be self motivated and have excellent time management skills.
worked well with co-workers, I enjoyed being able to take a CSR and move them through the ranks to management, being able to see the potential and fight for them the opportunity to prove themselves, take pride in their successes and help work through the failures
most enjoyable part is when your teaching someone(s) a task, a theory, a mission whatever it might be and they get it, they understand and take the advice, run with it and great things happen.
hardest part is although I manage by policy and procedures when a member of your team chooses not to follow that same philosophy and puts them self and those they work with in harms way, when they fail a sting because a 2 second decision affected not only them but me... that's a very hard thing to accept, because I know I did my job in the constant and consistent message, they just didn't care enough. – less