Upper management not trained
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 12 April 2017
Working for this company was frustrating. Over the two years working here, we had three different DM's, and the rules changed each time. We were not allowed to enforce the rules Realstar had made, including the ones they made new signs for.
These jobs are not true management jobs, therefore they are supposed to be paying overtime, but we had to go to the labor board to get ours. ARM's and RM's are supposed to get overtime.
The job with our first DM was ok, but when she left, it went downhill fast. This was due to people forced into doing jobs they were not trained for.
Bad communication with upper management