Rule – July 10, 2013
No assistant manager should have put in the hours that you state you did unless there was a ligitimate reason. Was there or did you get lame excuses? I have over twenty years of manager experience and would not allow this to happen in any of my stores. I would have gotten help from my district manager. Did not the district manager question your overtime? Dennis
lidsguy – June 30, 2013
Any business is based on making money. I think its strange that you had such little satisfaction with the company if you actually achieved budget and embroidery(considering bonus payouts are pretty decent for hitting both) in any sales position there are quotas to be met and a company with a focus on conversion vs actual sales dollars is more fair than most. I imagine the reason you were not selected for the DMIT program was most likely based not on your performance but on your attitude toward the company and your training/ recruitment skills. no employer will promote you if there is no one to take your place. no employer will promote into a district manager someone without a track record of training management quality staff and no employer will promote into upper management someone who strongly disagrees with the company's views to spread dissatisfaction with his underlings. I sincerely hope this gives you some insight into the way business in general works and helps you succeed in your further ventures.