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Top 48 Assistant Store Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Assistant Store Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assistant Store Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 24.5% of Assistant Store Manager resumes contained Customer Service as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Assistant Store Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Assistant Store Manager

1. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Delivered unparalleled and exceptional customer service and proactively interacted with clients concerning merchandise features, quality, and fashion sensibility.
  • Manage large-volume commercial accounts and deliver outstanding customer service and retention for several of Guadalupe s largest customers.
  • Exceeded Customer Service standards and analyzed customer service survey results to determine opportunities.
  • Generated repeat business through exceptional customer service.
  • Provide superior customer service leadership.
  • Manage all day to day operations including and not limited to ordering, merchandising, customer service and daily planning.
  • Show pride in the store by maintaining extraordinary store standards through delivering great customer service and solving operational concerns.
  • Provided excellent customer service and managed past due accounts, collecting over $5000 in bad debt each month.
  • Provide superior customer service and driving sales in alignment with the financial plan of the retail store.
  • Provided excellent customer service and was commended by the Regional Manager for that attention to service.
  • Serve as a liaison between customers and management in order to provide the best customer service.
  • Administered training sessions on customer service and fraud protections focused on company core values and mission.
  • Offered exceptional customer service to differentiate and promote the company brand.
  • Oversee store operations, visual merchandising standards and customer service.
  • Maintain maximum customer service while adhering to all company policies.
  • Enforced and ensured customer service and store compliance.
  • Trained staff to deliver superior customer service.
  • Associate and managerial training Customer Service and Merchandising
  • Ranked number 1 in the company for new credit accounts and number 2 in customer service score.
  • Handled customer service issues in a timely manner.

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2. Sales Floor
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Here's how Sales Floor is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Monitored sales floor to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Managed day-to-day activities of the stockroom and sales floor with a 2.5 million dollar inventory and drove sales forward.
  • Maintain personal sales results while running the sales floor & training team to perform their sales responsibilities.
  • Planned and executed changes to sales floor including using plan o grams, and updating marketing.
  • Prepare merchandise displays on sales floor to help achieve sales foals and support store associates.
  • Direct sales floor activities ensuring excellence in customer service and resolving store level problems.
  • Stocked merchandise and organized the appearance of store's items on the sales floor.
  • Ensured a clean and orderly sales floor, displays, and full stock.
  • Merchandised large sales floor and determined retail pricing.
  • Reorganized the sales floor to meet company demands.
  • Merchandised the sales floor to maximize customer traffic.
  • Merchandised sales floor according to brand guidelines.
  • Merchandised sales floor to inspire maximum revenue.
  • Reorganized Sales floor to meet company standards.
  • Set up and established sales floor.
  • Achieved 98% total push to the sales floor.
  • Manage all employees on the sales floor to ensure productivity Review operational reports to ensure company policy are adhered to.
  • Meet company policies and goals for moving backroom merchandise to the sales floor within policies timeline.
  • Monitor facilities maintenance for sales floor and caf and ensure all issues are addressed.
  • Assist store manager on daily goals Coach in the moment Drive sales and give full customer experience Maximize sales floor

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3. Store Operations
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Here's how Store Operations is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Communicated clearly, concisely and accurately in order to ensure effective store operations.
  • Store operations included inventory control, merchandising and customer service.
  • Implemented attendance policies that promoted the efficiency of store operations.
  • Attended regional workshops on leadership and effective store operations.
  • Performed all operating procedures necessary to store operations.
  • Managed 5 employees in the store location; inputting scheduled hours, creating schedules, and working daily with store operations.
  • Control, Manage, and Order inventory for the Grocery Department and the other supplies needed in daily store operations.
  • Assist Store Manager with day to day store operations including employee scheduling, hiring and training of new employees.
  • Assist Store Manager in daily store operations including daily department evaluations, department freshness, and budgeted sales target.
  • Store Manager for final six months during store closing, overseeing product transfer and store operations.
  • Supported store manager in all store operations to achieve sales and profit objectives.
  • Assisted in store operations including cash handling, budgeting, and store presentation.
  • Manage all aspects of store operations in Store Manager s absence.
  • Conferred with the General Manger in overall store operations.
  • Assisted Store Manager in all areas of store operations.
  • Open and closing of the store operations.
  • Oversee aspects of store operations and warehouse.
  • Operated all aspects of store operations.
  • Handled all day-to-day store operations.
  • Collaborated with the store manager to direct all store operations, oversee daily store activities and supervision of 350 store employee.

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4. New Merchandise
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Here's how New Merchandise is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Assisted with implementation of new merchandise-replenishment software.
  • Assist Store Owner in selecting and ordering new merchandise based on inventory, and customer demand.
  • Update visual displays and showcase new merchandise according to the company's monthly theme.
  • Help's in creating visually appealing displays with all new merchandise and daily promotions.
  • Assist in processing new merchandise and distributing the items within the store.
  • Process weekly shipment and make displays with new merchandise to company standards.
  • Track new merchandise and decide new product placement to generate sales.
  • Tracked inventory, ordered new merchandise, and set up displays.
  • Designed merchandise displays and consulted with vendors on new merchandise available.
  • Organized and displayed new merchandise and marketing on a weekly basis
  • Conduct staff meetings with sales personnel to introduce new merchandise.
  • Organize floor sets to ensure new merchandise is represented.
  • Educated employees on new merchandise during seasonal workshops.
  • Maintained inventory counts and checked in new merchandise.
  • Set up displays and set new merchandise out.
  • Coach associates on new merchandise and upcoming events.
  • Coordinated efforts for new merchandise introduction which included demonstration, storewide creative merchandising and display, and training of Sales Associates.
  • Stocked shelves, performed daily rotations of product and priced and set new merchandise onto sales floor.
  • Managed sales team Assist with inventory and floor setup of new merchandise.
  • Partnered with managers to achieve sales targets Set new merchandise and maintained store standards Recruited and trained sales associates and managers

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5. Payroll
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Here's how Payroll is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Managed and calculated weekly payroll achieving salary results at budgeted goals weekly.
  • Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policy.
  • Managed the P&L statement controllable profits achieved by maintaining sales, payroll, supplies and departmental gross budgets.
  • Monitor and maintain payroll budgets, through flexing weekly schedule up or down as business dictates.
  • Received trucks and shipments, processed payroll, cash management, and maintained a clean store.
  • Reduce payroll usage through use of retail stratifies and implementing efficiency strategies in freight process.
  • Run daily operations of Overall store floor sets, payroll, maximizing sales and goals.
  • Monitor profit and loss, payroll, and statistical selling reports to drive business.
  • Presided over payroll, insurance, 401K administration, and maintenance of personnel files.
  • Processed payroll, and ensured compliance with all state and federal labor laws.
  • Performed duties associated with accurate and timely payroll reporting for sales associate team.
  • Managed expenses and budget for a $1 million payroll.
  • Budgeted and Calculated payroll for up to 30 hourly associates.
  • Manage a payroll budget through scheduling systems.
  • Managed payroll and made banking deposits.
  • Maintained payroll information within Kronos system.
  • Achieve high levels of sales performance and results Help manage payroll and scheduling to produce profit and cut costs.
  • Job Duties include Managing CSR's, Payroll, Account Maintenance, Collections, Opening and closing of store.
  • Trained and coached associates Developed and executed plans for product merchandizing Managed payroll Provided customer service
  • date Supervise retail associates Process payroll Review staff schedule Prepare daily opening and closing documents Reconcile store deposit and bank transactions

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6. Loss Prevention
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Here's how Loss Prevention is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Assist customers in specialty supplement store; train and coach sales associates, receiving, merchandising; loss prevention and shortage control
  • Attained a 2% shrinkage which was 1% lower than the company average by implementing loss prevention procedures.
  • Assist in the implementation of Loss Prevention practices and reinforce company Loss Prevention standards to store associates.
  • Master of loss prevention and teaching employees which stopped dramatic loss of revenue for store.
  • Monitor internal, external, and operational shrink by following company's loss prevention standards.
  • Staff Loss prevention lead for cash handling, inventory management, surveillance and product disposal.
  • Managed and trained in business acumen, operational excellence, loss prevention and logistics.
  • Trained staff on procedures, loss prevention policies & procedures, and equipment usage.
  • Work with other management in an effort to maximize loss prevention throughout store.
  • Implemented and trained employees on sales procedures and loss prevention per company guidelines.
  • Ensured safety guidelines were followed in compliance with store and loss prevention policies.
  • Minimize loss by implementing, monitoring and tracking all loss prevention activities.
  • Carried out daily internal audits for my loss prevention to protect the assets
  • Worked with Loss Prevention to minimize loss of product.
  • Follow all Loss Prevention practices and protect company assets.
  • Support Store Manager in loss prevention efforts.
  • Implemented strong Loss Prevention standards.
  • Researched operational reports for discrepancies and reported any infractions with recommendations to store management and loss prevention teams.
  • March 2002 - September 2011 Proficient in inventory management and loss prevention.
  • Evaluate company loss prevention and financials * Order seasonally based products to increase sales and profit based on last year/month/week sales.

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7. Bank Deposits
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Here's how Bank Deposits is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Make inventory orders, check-in products, cashier, make bank deposits, sweep and mop floors, make schedules and payroll
  • Manage day-to-day operations of the store, including, preparing for the day, cash handling, and bank deposits.
  • Managed daily store operations: reconciled cash drawers, bank deposits, scheduled employees and managed inventory.
  • Handled bank deposits counted registers at the beginning and end of each employees shit conducted interviews.
  • Perform all financial activities including cash handling, bank deposits, and reconciling cash receipts.
  • Prepared bookkeeping, reconciled cash and credit card payments, and completed nightly bank deposits.
  • Performed data entry for daily bank deposits, store expenditures, and accounts receivable.
  • Assist with customer complaints -Make daily bank deposits -Oversee Part-time employees -Create work schedules
  • Opened and closed the store, also responsible for making bank deposits.
  • Bank Deposits, Register pulls, Daily Manager paper work.
  • Maintained strict cash controls and completed daily bank deposits.
  • Complete bank deposits at the end of shift.
  • Counted cash drawers and made bank deposits.
  • Maintain detailed paperwork and bank deposits.
  • Handle cash and bank deposits.
  • Calculated and created bank deposits.
  • Verified daily bank deposits, damaged inventory and returned products.
  • be responsible for the earnings of the day, make bank deposits and help prepare and sell the pizza
  • Cash & Credit Transactions, Bank Deposits, Inventory, Food Preparation SKILLS:
  • Maintained daily operations of store * Provided exceptional customer service * Cash control, bank deposits * Maintained inventory * Opening/Closing procedures

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8. Inventory Control
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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Input, analyze and modify automated data impacting the adequacy of inventory controls.
  • Increased inventory control accuracy in three locations.
  • Supervised all logistic aspects for the store (shipping & receiving, inventory control, vendor returns, etc.).
  • Managed all logistic aspects for the store (shipping & receiving, inventory control, and warehouse organization).
  • Managed store location including; Hiring, Training, Cash Handling, and Inventory Control.
  • Maintain all merchandising standards, display presentations, signing standards, and monitor inventory control.
  • Inventory control which included keeping on hands correct in computer so system can order correctly.
  • Supervised staff of 30 associates providing inventory control, customer service, and shipping/receiving.
  • Handled sales tracking and reporting, inventory control, and employee payroll.
  • Inventory control, employee schedules, coaching, and prep/cook.
  • Conducted daily inventory control, activity reports, and deposits.
  • Hire and train all new inventory Control Specialists.
  • Manage inventory controls to ensure flow of goods.
  • Inventory control and proper ordering.
  • Assisted with inventory control and store-to-store transfers Created special Grandparents Club Program to market to grandparents.
  • Charge of all new recruitments, merchandising, inventory control, training, staff evaluating.
  • Maintained daily record of all transactions and store reports, merchandising and inventory control
  • Answer Phones and Make Appointments over the Phone Inventory Control
  • Managed a team of Inventory Control Specialists and stockers.
  • used an RF scan gun for inventory control

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9. Company Policies
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Here's how Company Policies is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Enforced company policies and procedures while maintaining an effective team responsible for daily operations.
  • Complete operational activities in compliance with all Company policies and procedures.
  • Provided leadership, administered and supported company policies.
  • Hired and trained all manger trainees and associates to be the most efficient in the company and know company policies.
  • Enforced company policies and procedures related to store operations, floor sets, visual displays, and marketing strategies.
  • Overlook all Associates making sure they carry out all services and delivery times by following company policies and procedures.
  • Provided exceptional customer service skills to staff and clients as well as maintaining all company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured that the store operated in full compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and company policies.
  • Train or instruct employees in job duties or company policies or arrange for training to be provided.
  • Train new and existing associates on all current and updated company policies, regulations and focuses.
  • Recruit, train, and supervise new employees to follow company policies, and guidelines.
  • Interviewed, trained, and monitored employees in accordance with company policies and goals.
  • Take proactive role in establishing and carrying out all company policies.
  • Assisted with new employee training including company policies and services.
  • Applied company policies and procedures to resolve routine issues.
  • Adhere to all company policies and procedures.
  • Follow all Company policies and procedures.
  • Comply with company policies and procedures.
  • Handled all customer relations issues in a gracious manner and in accordance with company policies.
  • Follow company policies and procedures, multi tasking

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10. Human Resources
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Here's how Human Resources is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Considered key liaison between human resources and upper management
  • Recruited and hired personnel, collaborating with Human Resources in promoting strong candidate choices for retail service and customer service positions.
  • Created employee schedules and maintained human resources files and records in compliance with company policy and applicable laws.
  • Inventory Operations, Assisted the Human Resources staff with both the hiring and the terminations of any personnel.
  • Worked with Human Resources to recruit, interview, select, hire, and employ 15+ employees.
  • General store manager with encompassing responsibilities of human resources, operations, cash handling and loss prevention.
  • Assisted in directing all areas of store operations which included merchandising, operational and human resources functions.
  • Invited to attend Human Resources Seminar on proper techniques for interviewing, hiring and corrective action.
  • Performed all areas of Human Resources, recruiting, training, development, and staffed management.
  • Write weekly schedule, recruit and train new talent, and sustain human resources within store.
  • Managed business machines, electronics, receiving, stockroom, customer service and human resources.
  • Specialize in Human Resources and work closely with Labor Relations team.
  • Performed all areas of Human Resources and achieved retention rate of 98
  • Gained valuable experience with compliance, logistics, and human resources.
  • Execute all Human Resources and Loss Prevention policies and procedures.
  • Acquired key skills in training and development, food safety/operations, front-end/accounting operational knowledge, and human resources management.
  • Conduct employee background investigations and review reports with operational or human resources managers.
  • Coordinate day-to-day operations including scheduling of up to 30 employees per week, payroll and human resources as needed.
  • Provided management direction for store merchandizing, cash office, receiving, and human resources.
  • Supported the human resources department in the annual employee review process to manage performance merit increases.

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11. Inventory Management
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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Inventory Management including ordering organizing and accepting deliveries using manual and power pallet jacks.
  • Track record of inventory management with absolute understanding of procurement standards.
  • Inventory management including ordering, selling, and balancing inventory.
  • Executed programs as well as delegated and led inventory management.
  • Inventory management, production, personal acquisition and training.
  • Maintained inventory management and customer service functions
  • Cash handling and inventory management.
  • Support stock integrity through inventory management processes and follow SOP Procedures with Safety Compliance and Store Profit and Loss Statements.
  • Inventory management using a POS device to ensure product availability, record loss of merchandise and damaged goods.
  • Oversee the day to day operations of store, including personnel and inventory management, and customer care.
  • Back office management included daily inventory management, employee schedules, safety, and on time deliveries.
  • Trained employees, Customer Service, Inventory Management, Fuel Regulation Compliance, Accounting, and Scheduling
  • Cash handling - Opening and closing shifts - Customer service - Inventory management - Scheduling - Payroll
  • Oversee the flow of merchandise through inventory management.
  • Order product and assist in daily inventory management.
  • Facilitated weekly eyewear merchandising that resulted in better sell-through and better inventory management, while increasing store profitability and lowering loss.
  • Inventory management, payroll, recalls, processing damages and outdates.
  • Cash Auditor/Management Inventory Management Employee Trainer
  • Increased Sales by 46% Responsible for Inventory Management Trained Future Store Assistant Managers and 3rd Key holders
  • Team member training * Inventory management * Store operations

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12. Company Standards
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Here's how Company Standards is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Maintained and executed visual marketing and cleanliness according to company standards.
  • Perform opening and closing procedures according to company standards.
  • Manage the training of all store associates to meet company standards and to provide for the needs of the store.
  • Provide the right motivation to the team to ensure all tasks and process are done according to the company standards.
  • Maintained a neat, well-groomed appearance including impeccable personal hygiene and hair restraint that met company standards.
  • Train new and existing associates on daily business needs and the company standards.
  • Maintained company standards in sales, presentation of product and training of associates.
  • Evaluated, developed and promoted performance of staff against company standards and goals.
  • Arrange and display merchandise and maintain sales floor as for Company standards.
  • Maintain all necessary new hire paperwork to company standards.
  • Maintain sales floor to company standards to include recovery.
  • Hire and train new associates to company standards.
  • Recruit and train individuals to promote company standards.
  • Maintain company standards in merchandising, sanitation and general maintenance.
  • Train all store associates to meet company standards and to provide the service to our customers.
  • Store Operations: Maintain company standards through compliance with all policies and procedures.
  • Coached in the moment to develop each associate to company standards.
  • maintain over all appearance of store according to company standards.
  • Supervised customer service representives to ensure that workflow met high company standards.
  • support store manager , maintain overall appearance of store and insurance company standards .

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13. Product Knowledge
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Here's how Product Knowledge is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Modeled sales expectations by utilizing various techniques and communicating product knowledge to the customer
  • Exemplified product knowledge in order to provide customers with up to date and accurate information on products, services and solutions.
  • Led store team through a series of employee engagement contests that emphasized certain Key Performance Indicators and overall product knowledge.
  • Communicate with the support team and implement the organization's operational guidelines, standards, policies and product knowledge.
  • Selected to rotate among sister retail units based on product knowledge, flexibility and sales capacity.
  • Provide training and coaching to new hires in customer service and product knowledge throughout the store.
  • Coordinated all areas of business operation; trained staff in selling while increasing product knowledge.
  • Focused in the areas of guest relations, product knowledge and daily sales goals.
  • Developed employees on personal metrics, product knowledge, selling techniques and clientele growth.
  • Trained new hires on product knowledge, customer service and selling techniques.
  • Worked extensively with product knowledge and shoe care maintenance.
  • Maintained high standards in product knowledge and customer service.
  • Demonstrated technical selling skills and solid product knowledge.
  • Train all staff members on product knowledge.
  • Explained benefits and product knowledge.
  • Remain up-to-date on product knowledge.
  • Shared product knowledge with customers while making personal recommendations.
  • Worked closely with vendor community to initiate onsite training seminars for team to ensure product knowledge.
  • Educated staff on product knowledge in the basics of visual merchandising on the sales floor.
  • Answer Phones Greet customers Have detailed product knowledge.

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14. Inventory Levels
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Here's how Inventory Levels is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Provided exceptional and first class customer service, including maintained required inventory levels and superior product presentation.
  • Maintain inventory levels to ensure displays are properly stocked and merchandised to company standards.
  • Monitor inventory levels, actively working to increase inventory turns and decrease obsolete inventory.
  • Maintain inventory by checking merchandise to determine inventory levels; anticipating customers demands.
  • Monitored inventory levels of merchandising with close analysis of product information.
  • Managed inventory levels by processing merchandise through computer systems.
  • Monitored Inventory Levels and Invoice Statements.
  • Established inventory levels by studying supply usage patterns and forecasts; supported setting min/max points in partnership with supply chain personnel.
  • Assist in maintaining accurate inventory levels by controlling damages, markdowns, scanning, paperwork, and facility controls.
  • Reviewed and analyzed financial and business reports such as sales results, inventory levels and inventory taking.
  • Acquired products and managed inventory levels through sales analyses and anticipation of buyers' interests.
  • Assist in maintaining inventory levels through ongoing communication with the store manager and freight supervisor.
  • Ordered merchandise, maintained inventory levels, and tracked special orders and service/repairs.
  • Controlled inventory levels as well as made profits in departments in the store.
  • Maintained inventory levels in accordance with Staples' logistical goals.
  • Mandated inventory levels to report back to the corporate office.
  • Maintained inventory levels and shrink.
  • Assist in maintaining inventory levels.
  • Monitored inventory levels, replenished floor stock and ordered shipments to ensure product availability.
  • Trained and supervised staff of seven Maintained inventory levels Handled cash reconciliations Prepared nightly reports as part of store closing procedure

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15. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Facilitate product knowledge training with staff members, to increase staff performance and key performance indicator performance on sales floor.
  • Provide administrative support to managers and staff members by assisting in the day to day management of store activities.
  • Hire, instruct, schedule, direct, professionally develop, discipline and evaluate up to 80 staff members.
  • Educate and train staff members on key merchandise programs that contribute to store achieving its allocated budgeted forecast.
  • Coached and mentored 11 staff members by offering constructive feedback and taking interest in their long-term career growth.
  • Create coaching culture for the betterment of all staff members and the enhancement of his/her engagements.
  • Trained staff members on procedures and sales to improve overall store performance and sales.
  • Delegated work and gave tasks to staff members to have complete within their shift.
  • Train and develops staff members to perform at high-level is an accomplished team goals.
  • Engaged in interviewing, hiring, and training of multiple staff members.
  • Hire, develop, and train staff members according to company policy.
  • Oversee training, scheduling, and development of staff members and managers.
  • Led a comprehensive safety training for 20 staff members.
  • Recruited and hired 5-15 new staff members each year.
  • Led ten staff members and managed daily operations.
  • Recruit, interview and train new staff members.
  • Delegate responsibilities to the other staff members.
  • Supervised a team of 20 staff members.
  • Assigned measurable goals/tasks to appropriate staff members.
  • Organized workload planning for staff members through Enfatica Task Management, a cloud- based employee management system.

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16. Weekly Schedules
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Here's how Weekly Schedules is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Prepared weekly schedules to ensure proper floor coverage within fiscal guidelines; reviewed time sheets and other payroll documentation for accuracy.
  • Computed accurate sales prices for purchase transaction; made weekly schedules that accommodated everyone's needs for school and vacations.
  • Create weekly schedules, schedule daily appointments for customers and consignors, heavy data entry into customer and consignor accounts.
  • Make and revise weekly schedules for the front of store and assist Pharmacy Manager with creating pharmacy schedule.
  • Delegated tasks to other employees, wrote weekly schedules, organized paperwork and input data and necessary information.
  • Performed weekly store inventory procedures with seasonal revisions to par levels and created employee weekly schedules.
  • Prepared weekly schedules in accordance with company guidelines, monitor payroll to establish proper floor coverage.
  • Create weekly schedules, help maintain store budgets, and make cash deposit nightly.
  • Complete weekly schedules and maintain payroll within the set budget.
  • Managed weekly schedules, special store events and employee payroll.
  • Prepare weekly schedules for 5 hard line departments.
  • Created weekly schedules based off forecast sales numbers.
  • Prepared weekly schedules and ordering of supplies.
  • Completed weekly schedules for 30-45 employees.
  • Created weekly schedules for employees.
  • Assisted in creating weekly schedules.
  • Prepare weekly schedules for employees.
  • Supervised a team of five associates in two store locations including performance management Created weekly schedules, checked in inventory.
  • Administered interviews, training, and development of new and existing employees Prepare weekly schedules along with reviewing time-sheets for accuracy
  • Created weekly schedules and Delegated daily tasks for part time employees!

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17. POS
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Here's how POS is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Enhanced exposure of the store through impressive displays and promotions; employed innovative approaches to sales that better-attracted business and clients.
  • Lead daily operations including but not limited to preparing deposits, directing staff according to customer flow and protocols.
  • Increased repair margin from -25% to a positive 45% profit margin over the 3 month period.
  • Reviewed resumes and credentials, skills and experience, and appropriate knowledge relating to open position requirements.
  • Supervised scheduled, hired and trained employees; along with all bank and safe deposits drops.
  • Assist store manager with sales, scheduling, make daily deposits, and attend weekly meetings.
  • Trained and recruited new employees, screened possible new hires and made recommendations to manager.
  • Opened and closed the store, which included counting cash drawers and making bank deposits.
  • Open and closing store, handling money including sales, deposits, and transfers.
  • Trained and developed new associates on POS system and key sales tactics.
  • Greet customers, took orders, and made daily deposits.
  • Trained all levels of store employees on new POS software.
  • Perform proper procedures for cash transactions and bank deposits.
  • Build a strong and positive work environment.
  • Created and posted weekly schedule.
  • Ensured accuracy of bank deposits.
  • Developed positive relationships by understanding and addressing individual motivation, needs and concerns.
  • Handled pos transactions, shipping and receiving.
  • Worked 40+ hours per week) Made bank deposits and safe drops for store.
  • Managed a staff of 10+ employees .Merchandised and worked on planograms Maintaining stock and banking deposits.

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18. Performance Reviews
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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated weekly performance reviews with produce manager and meat department manager to ensure profitability and performance expectation goals were achieved.
  • Developed individual plans for associates, provided continuous coaching, and completed performance reviews.
  • Completed countless performance reviews each quarter, offering praise and recommendations for improvement.
  • Created employee schedules, monitored work performance and administered annual performance reviews.
  • Administered counseling and yearly performance reviews.
  • Supervised training for newly hired Store Associates, facilitated performance reviews and maintained Employee records in support of HR Dept.
  • Involved in the supervision of employees, performed interviews for new employees, and employee performance reviews.
  • Recruit and train talent, while assessing performance of current employees providing feedback and delivering performance reviews.
  • Perform quarterly performance reviews with Associates to ensure goals are being met and morale is positive.
  • Managed staff of over 25, including conducting performance reviews and establishing employee career goals.
  • Managed 140 associates and 4 direct report Department Supervisors, wrote and conducted performance reviews.
  • Followed Wal-Mart protocol to review employees and also delivered performance reviews for 60 employees.
  • Provide monthly performance reviews to increase productivity and skill set of staff.
  • Hired, trained & conducted performance reviews for General Merchandise staff.
  • Assessed staff on a regular basis and conducted performance reviews.
  • Prepare, and administer employee performance reviews.
  • Assisted with personnel hiring and performance reviews.
  • Prepare performance reviews for employees.
  • Performed staff scheduling and gave input for performance reviews, as well as hiring and maintaining appropriate staffing.
  • Manage store budget and payroll Prepare and deliver performance reviews Maintain facility's condition and correct any maintenance issues.

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19. Sales Reports
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  • Communicated areas of opportunity to Store Manager based on weekly sales reports.
  • Managed inventory, profit and loss, claims, shrinkage, loss prevention, cash transactions, shipping/receiving and sales reports.
  • Created monthly business sales reports and reviews, monitored $20M budgets, and exceeded sales expectations.
  • Reviewed the monthly P&L and sales reports to help project sales and determine store profitability.
  • Managed store's finance - deposits to the bank, maintain register balance and record sales reports manually
  • Presented weekly actual sales reports and provided variance explanations for District Manager's review and approval.
  • Analyzed sales reports, inventory, and scheduling to best meet the goals of store operations
  • Analyze sales reports in order to properly merchandise the sales floor to maximize retail sales.
  • Prepared and ensured the accuracy of sales reports and cash register activity.
  • Organized weekly sales reports for the sales department to track product success.
  • Monitor sales performances through the analysis of sales reports and comparison shopping.
  • Reviewed monthly and weekly sales reports to find opportunities to increase sales.
  • Run and analyze sales reports and perform cash and inventory counts.
  • Generate and react to sales reports within a timely manner.
  • Prepared daily sales reports and bank deposits.
  • Prepare daily sales reports and sale goals.
  • Input data to prepare daily sales reports and regularly use weekly and monthly data to develop sales and promotional stratigies.
  • Review multiple factors including previous sales reports, historical/seasonal trends , consumer preferences and new and emerging strategies.
  • Supervised all aspects of HSSE and POS systems Compiled monthly sales reports utilizing Microsoft Office suite.
  • open &closed store,greeted customers,made bank deposits,supervised 4 emloyees,completed sales reports&unloaded truck

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20. Sales Staff
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  • Inspect departments daily and consult with sales staff to identify opportunities to improve department performance and overall customer experience.
  • Managed/motivated sales staff to increase sales productivity.
  • Directed the hiring, training, and performance evaluations of marketing and sales staff and supervised their daily activities.
  • Assisted sales staff with completing sales transactions included pulling inventory, while keeping count & bin accuracy.
  • Maintain a constant floor presence to support sales staff and handle any issues that may arise.
  • Assisted with the hiring and development of new and existing retail sales staff.
  • Addressed and corrected sales staff communication issues in a tactful and effective manner.
  • Assist the store manager in developing and implementing motivational incentives for sales staff.
  • Interviewed, hired, and trained sales staff according to Company guidelines.
  • Train and develop sales staff on company culture and sales processes.
  • Coach sales staff in corporate customer service policies to increase sales.
  • Hired and trained all sales staff for new store location.
  • Inspire sales staff to develop and implement special promotions and events
  • Implemented and enforced brand strategies to all sales staff members.
  • Supervised and coached sales staff to company set monthly goals.
  • Helped with hiring and training all new sales staff.
  • Managed a regional sales staff of 6 members.
  • Managed sales staff of electronics and appliance store.
  • Hired and trained sales staff.
  • Coached and directed sales staff on customer service techniques and supervised staff on product training and development activities.

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21. Corrective Action
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  • Achieved financial objectives by preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
  • Monitor and evaluate unit performance on key security issues, recommending corrective action programs where appropriate.
  • Provided direction and feedback to all department staff including corrective action and recognition of positive performance.
  • Initiated and administers performance improvement action plans and/or corrective action as necessary.
  • Worked with the asset protection team to identify areas of shrink opportunities and took corrective actions to address issues.
  • Assist Store Manager with training and supervision of five employees including coaching, corrective action, scheduling, etc.
  • Created succession plans, and effectively manage performance and corrective action processes in order to drive Human Resources planning.
  • Conducted daily store tours to identify any merchandising, in-stock, or unit integrity deficiencies for corrective action.
  • Experience lifting Achieved financial objectives, analyzed variances, initiated corrective actions, and made daily bank deposits.
  • Trained other managers from other stores on visual presentation and how to communicate during corrective action process.
  • Handle issues with employees as they arise (Giving corrective actions, warnings and solutions).
  • Manage 20 people, make employee schedules, also do corrective action on employees when needed.
  • Develop team members, take corrective action, and lead the review process.
  • Enforced policies and procedures, instituted coaching's and corrective actions as needed.
  • Administered corrective action documentation to employees in compliance with contract union rules.
  • Address poor performance, initiate and administer corrective actions when necessary.
  • Coach employee performance using intrinsic reward and extrinsic corrective action systems.
  • Coached new employees and provided corrective action as needed.
  • Issued corrective actions up to terminations as required.
  • Enforced discipline through Corrective Action and Coaching.

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22. Front End
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  • Maintained and troubleshot the store's front end/point-of-sale system, including registers, scanners, check stands and automated payments systems.
  • Managed department and front end supervisors, as well oversaw team leaders used to increase customer satisfaction ratings.
  • Promoted to management role after 6 months of sales associate and 4 months of front end lead.
  • Maintained the front end which includes balloon counts, seasonal wall, and customer orders.
  • Ensured store was in compliance with regulatory ordinances in both the front end and pharmacy.
  • Participated in the management of store operations, both back and front end.
  • Clean front end of store and help set up sidewalk displays when necessary.
  • Handled some front end duties including returns and cash transactions for registers.
  • Drive corporate directives through cooperation of Front End and Pharmacy departments.
  • Provided complete direction for the front end of the store.
  • Trained and managed area supervisors and front end supervisors.
  • Front end coverage during employee breaks.
  • Assigned tasks to front end manager
  • Lead a team of 12 Front End Leads and 6 cashiers and controlling the work of the same.
  • Oversee the front end dept.
  • Executed daily operations of the front end Trained and managed new staff and management to achieve significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Executed daily operations of several areas of the store such as Front End, Grocery, Fashion, & Domestics/Homelines.
  • Managed data integrity program Managed payroll, front end operations, scheduling, and ad sign for weekly ads.
  • Front End Assistant Manager (Various Dates) Ensure the associates are trained and following the company standards.
  • Helped maintain total store hardware including front end POS equipment Provide quality customer service to all customers.

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23. Conference Calls
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  • Participated in district-wide conference calls biweekly, and communicated daily with district managers and other corporate officials from various departments.
  • Participate in weekly conference calls with district manager regarding the store performance and company objective measurements.
  • Reported directly to District Manager with weekly reports and participated in weekly conference calls.
  • Participated on weekly conference calls with corporate managers to report store performance.
  • Participated in regional conference calls, business reviews and succession planning.
  • Participated in monthly regional conference calls to increase sales productivity
  • Involved with teacher conference calls, demo/product certifications, training completion tracking, planning group training, and new hire training.
  • Conducted conference calls regarding new updates, regulations, and important data regarding district and the impact in the company.
  • Lead district-wide weekly conference calls going over current sale information, POP changes and district numbers.
  • Coordinated daily conference calls between 13 stores and reported daily numbers to the District Leader.
  • Lead and drove weekly profit analysis conference calls for ~45 district assistant managers.
  • Participated in conference calls, manager meetings, business planning, and more.
  • Set up weekly best practices newsletter and conference calls for first six months.
  • Answered questions, participated in corporate conference calls, and hosted corporate visits.
  • Join our district on conference calls about the business.
  • Participate in weekly conference calls.
  • Lead "Special Topics" on conference calls and demonstrated how to execute in order to drive results.
  • Attended weekly conference calls * Created schedules and accepted truck weekly * Handled money and made bank deposits
  • Handle new employee set up and orientation Order supplies Set up weekly and monthly goals Attend daily conference calls
  • Open and close store Balance registers Manage employees Sales paper work Processing payroll Conference calls

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24. Communication
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  • Establish effective communication with associates to ensure they are appropriately informed of all Charming Charlie business initiatives and policies.
  • Coordinated store operations staff meetings and communication sessions to ensure awareness of current issues and drive change management.
  • Execute excellent communication skills and uses creative solutions to exceed customer satisfaction with integrity.
  • Maintain positive open lines of communication with all Columbia Sportswear Company personnel.
  • Managed quality communication, customer support and product representation for each client.
  • Organized making sure all communication from corporate completed implemented training board.
  • Maintain written communication with members of upper management and corporate personnel.
  • Demonstrate superior Customer Service and communication skills.
  • Maintain a strong work ethic with a total commitment to success while demonstrating excellent interpersonal, communication, and selling skills.
  • Recognized for mastery in Leadership, Team Management, Communication and Planning and Organization of Administrative Duties at retail store level.
  • Follow company policies and procedures as outlined in the Standard Operating Procedures manual, Employee Handbook, and company communications.
  • Participate in weekly manager meetings and share the notes with associates to help keep the communication and engagement up.
  • Assist the Store Manager in creating a positive work environment through effective communication, motivation, and recognition.
  • Maintained daily communication with all staff to ensure the safest environment to prevent thief internally and externally.
  • Maintained open lines of communications between sales team, vendors, warehousing team to expedite product orders.
  • Handle employees, customer questions or complaints, and communications with the corporate or regional offices.
  • Maintain open communication by phone conferencing with the region's District Manager and Regional Vice President.
  • Work as the Lead Visual Merchandiser for floor changes, updates, and corporate communications.
  • Filter communication to the shift team as directed by the store manager.
  • Oversee workflow, point of sale, customer service, non-sell areas, logistics and store communications.

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25. Financial Statements
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  • Marketed merchandise by studying advertising, sales promotion, and display plans; analyzing operating and financial statements for profitability ratios.
  • Analyze expenses and financial statements monthly to monitor and identify opportunities for controllable expenses.
  • Determined marketing strategy changes by reviewing operating and financial statements and departmental sales records.
  • Determined marketing and merchandising strategy by reviewing operating statements and historical financial statements.
  • Evaluate store financial statements and drive profitability through communication and goal setting.
  • Prepare daily financial statements and other financial reports requested by corporate.
  • Prepared daily bank deposits and monthly financial statements.
  • Analyzed and evaluated monthly and quarterly financial statements.
  • Obtained and compile copies of loan applicants' credit histories, corporate financial statements, and other financial information.
  • Review financial statements, sales, activity reports, and other performance data to measure productivity and goal achievement.
  • Create monthly merchandise plans for the entire store; read financial statements and create plans to increase sales.
  • Maintained company's accounting, financial statements and inventory tracking through the use of QuickBooks Pro.
  • Prepare a report on the weekly truck rentals that track performance and financial statements.
  • Managed monthly financial statements, labor, ordering, and payroll.
  • Processed all accounting functions including month end and year-end financial statements.
  • Generated financial statements for the CEO and other executives.
  • Analyzed store's financial statements on a daily basis.
  • Reviewed sales reports, and financial statements.
  • Managed accounts payables/ receivables and multiple financial statements.
  • Implemented Company Policies, Procedures, Goals, and Objectives Reviewed Financial Statements, Activity Reports, and Performance Data

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26. Annual Sales
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  • Managed merchandising, scheduling, inventory, customer service & promotions for 7 departments with annual sales exceeding $10 million.
  • Assisted in managing operations for premier store generating $130 million dollar in annual sales with 750 employees.
  • Manage the #1 Walmart in the Raleigh/Durham/Cary area with average annual sales reaching over 150 Million.
  • Managed the daily operations of merchandise of a value of $30 million in annual sales.
  • Managed 3-6 major departments with annual sales of $5M-$8M each.
  • Aided in increasing stores profitability in annual sales, fiscal years 2003-2007.
  • Assisted in managing retail location with $2 million in annual sales.
  • Developed marketing partnerships to add incremental sales to annual sales goals.
  • Helped team to generate net annual sales over $3.1 million.
  • Used monthly revenue figures to forecast semi-annual and annual sales revenues.
  • Managed 24-hour CVS superstore with annual sales exceeding 12 million dollars.
  • Support a store with $2 million in annual sales.
  • Administered annual sales of $25,890,000 with reoccurring annual growth.
  • Managed store with annual sales of 9.2 million.
  • Average volume of $1.6 million in annual sales
  • Formulated strategic planning to increase annual sales.
  • Exceeded annual sales goal of $4.5M ($5.2M).
  • Partnered with the Store Manager to manage and execute day-to-day store operations and sustain $1.2MIL annual sales volume.
  • Managed a multi-unit, 46,000 square foot bookstore exceeding $10M in gross annual sales.
  • Exceeded annual sales goal by 10% in [ ] (annual budget 11.5 million).

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27. High Volume
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  • Led by example by modeling integrity, honesty, and knowledge along with a calm demeanor during periods of high volume.
  • Balanced high volume store revenue daily; consisting of depositing cash, maintaining monetary records, and verifying all store inventories.
  • Trained new partners, to be efficient, and successful at their jobs in a high volume store.
  • Maintain a growing high volume retail outlet store, overseeing up to 25 sales associates and supervisors.
  • Managed a variety of administrative and clerical functions in a high volume store catering to upscale clientele.
  • Directed the daily operation of a high volume entertainment specialty store servicing over 500 customers per week.
  • Recruit, hire, and develop well training associates to help run a high volume store.
  • Promoted rapidly from Assistant Store Manager to Operations Manager at a high volume store.
  • Assisted with the overall operation and management of a high volume retail outlet.
  • Maintain high standards of customer service during high volume, fast-paced operations.
  • Managed a team of associates in a high volume store.
  • Focused on high shrink areas at high volume store.
  • Handled a high volume of inbound customer calls.
  • Truck order for a high volume store.
  • Engage each associate and customer providing a positive experience in Kirklands to promote referral and return business with high volume selling.
  • Performed store changes for upcoming sales and promotions Handled a high volume of customers during peak sales times.
  • Advanced through promotions to become executive assistant store manager of high volume location with a staff of 30 .
  • Assisted in high volume inventory control and processing Maintained high sales percentages and achieved sales goals Managed staff of 15-20 sales associates
  • Assisted in the daily operation of several high volume Walgreens Pharmacy stores across the Chicagoland area.
  • Managed high volume sales and product with responsibility for the implementation of Sears Holdings selling it right program.

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28. Data Entry
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  • Demonstrate organizational skills while managing prescription process by providing proper scanning, data entry and records filing while interacting with customers.
  • Managed up to 20 employees, data entry; assist in hiring/firing, inventory control, quality control and bank deposits.
  • Control loss prevention issues inside the store, window presentations, displays, freight, paperwork, deposits and data entry.
  • Assisted in all areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, file organization, research and development.
  • Maintained and update files, program files, mailed database systems, Manuel data entry.
  • Handled data entry: kept computer records of on-hand inventory for stats and data.
  • Assisted with payroll, data entry and inventory; also open and closed store.
  • Experience in cash handling, shipment receiving, data entry, and customer service.
  • Provide training to timekeepers, resolving timekeeping problems and issues associated with data entry.
  • Open and close store, cash handling, delivery, answer phones, data entry
  • Train new personnel on the use of specific data entry and system usage.
  • Conducted administrative duties to do invoice, data entry, receiving.
  • Job also included data entry and keeping up with inventory.
  • Cash management, sales data entry, and invoice verification.
  • Handled all customer data entry and duties as required.
  • Assisted Pharmacist with prescriptions data entry.
  • Complete data entry, tracked resumes and maintained the applicant tracking system.
  • Assist in development of high performing Brand Reps. Data entry Keep the store current with seasonal merchandising changes.
  • Manage and Train Employees *Customer Service *Data Entry *Nightly Deposits *Scheduling
  • Store Management Customer Service Ordering Inventory Control Computer Data Entry Computerized cash register Stocking Order Supplies Scheduling Correspondence Parts Research

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29. Day-To-Day Operations
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  • Assist with the daily day-to-day operations to achieve targeted productivity, sales and profitability.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of location to ensure compliance with all company standards and guidelines.
  • Managed all aspects of day-to-day operations as manager.
  • Assisted store manager in day-to-day operations.
  • Trained associates on day-to-day operations.
  • Provide management support in directing and coordinating day-to-day operations for this $4 million dollar grossing retail national brand store.
  • Assisted store manager with day-to-day operations of the store, implemented strategies to improve customer service and increase profitability.
  • Manage all day-to-day operations of an individual Fashion Bug store to achieve targeted productivity, sales, and profitability.
  • Assisted Store Manager with day-to-day operations while still focusing on assigned departments within store.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of various Lowe's locations.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of the store.
  • Delegated day-to-day operations of the entire store.
  • Assisted with store day-to-day operations.
  • Assisted in the day-to-day operations.
  • Work closely with the Store Manager in the day-to-day operations Use marketing expertise for in-store merchandising and promotional activity.
  • Managed day-to-day operations and weekly payroll -Assist customers with any questions or concerns regarding products or services.
  • Manage all aspects of day-to-day operations as an Assistant Store Manager and leader at Walgreens, Co.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of the restaurant with up to $ 3 MM in annual sales.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of a 27,000sq ft store generating more than 6M annual revenue.
  • Selected to assist in the startup and day-to-day operations of a new retail location.

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  • Provided advice and guidance to direct reports to ensure focus and organizational effectiveness while driving increased sales volumes.
  • Build and lead sales and support teams in a store with an annual sales volume of $19 million dollars.
  • Helped increase store sales volume level from level 5 up to level 4 and increased operating profit 6 percentage points.
  • Ranked one of top in sales volume for Assistant Store Managers in the district after the first promotion.
  • Trained associates on products and services to enhance the staff's sales techniques and improve sales volume.
  • Supervised up to 300 employees; annual sales volume in excess of $42M.
  • Managed the weekly schedule according to anticipated sales volume and staffing needs.
  • Maintain sales records of $1M in sales volume each year.
  • Second highest sales volume of all employees in the store.
  • Helped increase store sales volume up 1 level.
  • Achieve assigned sales volume targets.
  • Increased sales volume by 150 % in less than two years.
  • Increased sales volume by 22%.
  • Supported senior-level staff in the leadership of store operations for the largest retail unit within Vons as measured by sales volume.
  • Collaborate with management team to efficiently run store operations procedures with weekly sales volume of up to [ ].
  • Forecasted profits and sales, optimized the sales volume and profitability through strategic women s visual merchandising.
  • Hired, trained and developed 6 exempt sales managers Annual sales volume of $12M.
  • Created employee schedules based on sales volumes for the week to leverage payroll.
  • Supervised a staff of 40+ ( Store size 21,580 sq ft. and sales volume 4.5 million)
  • Supervised a staff of 8 ( Store size 12,000 sq ft and sales volume 2 million)

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31. Weekly Basis
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  • Assessed product inventory and ordered accordingly on a weekly basis.
  • Completed Merchandise Heads Up on a weekly basis to maintain proper inventory based on ownership and current trends.
  • Organized receipt of large shipments on a weekly basis and executed distribution of merchandise to the sales floor.
  • Itemized and conducted an inventory on produce from delivery truck when delivered to store on a weekly basis.
  • Manage payroll and ensure labor is scheduled within the budgeted allotment of hours on a weekly basis.
  • Created weekly spreadsheets for commissioned associates to track sales progress on a weekly basis.
  • Reconciled daily cash received and made bank deposits on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Modified and released product orders for market direct items on a weekly basis.
  • Ensured scheduling and payroll processes on completed on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Performed order review on a weekly basis to reduce outages on shelves.
  • Handled freight on a weekly basis to replenish stock availability in store.
  • Ordered regular and promotional product for the store on a weekly basis.
  • Managed visual team's payroll and budget on a weekly basis.
  • Handle merchandising/visual issues on a weekly basis based on sales trends.
  • Created schedules for employees under my supervision on a weekly basis
  • Ordered inventory on weekly basis to keep stock on hand.
  • Initiated sales calls with customers on a weekly basis.
  • Reconciled all inventory reports on a weekly basis.
  • Complete payroll on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Review sales productivity on a weekly basis to determine how to better merchandize products.

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32. Special Orders
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  • Communicated with vendors regarding back order availability, future inventory and special orders.
  • Placed special orders, contacted other locations, and contacted Regional Distribution Center to fulfill customer needs as quickly as possible.
  • Maintain sales floor, answered incoming calls for sales, class registration, general questions and special orders.
  • Resolved customer issues and concerns and supported services needs for both installed sales/special orders and product sales.
  • Interfaced with vendors concerning pricing, availability, damaged product, buy- backs and special orders.
  • Ensured meals were delivered to the correct recipients and that special orders were taken care of.
  • Coordinated buyers, vendors and clients on special orders to ensure accurate and timely delivery.
  • Assisted customers with selection choices and location within the store as well as special orders.
  • Handled inventory management, tailor shop, special orders, stock moves, and shipping/receiving.
  • Received and verified Inventory and well as make special orders for jobs and clients.
  • Prepared daily bank deposits, wrote special orders, and delivered parts.
  • Placed special orders and called other stores to find desired items.
  • Keep track of buy-backs, special orders and damaged product.
  • Prepared daily bank deposits, special orders, and deliveries.
  • Determine the need for special orders and/or handling charges.
  • Assisted customers in locating products and placing special orders.
  • Maintained relationships with vendors and managed Special Orders.
  • Managed $1M+ in inventory and special orders.
  • Processed payments for guests for various transactions including purchases, special orders and layaways.
  • Managed difficult transactions such as returns special orders and layaways.

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33. Safety Guidelines
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  • Maintained facility safety guidelines and ensured implementation of 5S's in order to improve safety and cleanliness.
  • Trained on proper forklift operation within safety guidelines and company policy
  • Reinforce all company policies, and all local, state and federal regulations, sanitation, security and safety guidelines.
  • Gained district-wide notoriety for exceeding sales goals, meeting food safety guidelines and staying accident-free for over a year.
  • Coordinate with state and local inspectors to make sure all human resources and safety guidelines are followed.
  • Oversee and enforce company policy and procedures, and ensure that all employees are following safety guidelines.
  • Present monthly safety meetings, and ensure all safety guidelines are met and followed.
  • Ensured staff-wide compliance with all store policies and procedures, including safety guidelines.
  • Trained employees on sales techniques, safety guidelines, and system diagnostics.
  • Adhered to all company policies, state and federal including safety guidelines.
  • Open and close the store according to safety guidelines of the company.
  • Comply with regulations, licensing, budget, and safety guidelines.
  • Set up and follow all safety guidelines for customers and employees.
  • Maintained compliance with all company and local food/health safety guidelines.
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures including safety guidelines.
  • Ensured health and safety guidelines are met.
  • Comply with Occupational Health & Safety guidelines.
  • Train new employees * Maintain safety training and safety guidelines for entire store.
  • Full knowledge & understanding of Redbook & all safety guidelines.
  • Schedule and train employees Safety guidelines Inventory Cash handling Customer service

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34. Office Supplies
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  • Conceived procurement of office supplies, forms, cleaning supplies and equipment, also obtaining quotes and requesting delivery orders.
  • Maintained inventory of office supplies and made orders to ensure maximum efficiency in the store
  • Processed purchase requisitions; managed office budget; office supplies, and staff.
  • Organize weekly sales reports, verify replenishment's of office supplies.
  • Ordered and distributed office supplies adhering to a fixed office budget.
  • Assisted in budgets for office supplies and store hardware as needed.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  • Maintain physical inventory and office supplies for retail store and office.
  • Reviewed and purchased office supplies and items required for store operation.
  • Placed orders for office supplies, equipment, and services.
  • Ordered all food, uniforms, and office supplies.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization and upkeep.
  • Placed orders for store merchandise and office supplies.
  • Perform monthly budget and ordering of office supplies.
  • Take on new products to help develop training materials for employees.Order Inventory and office supplies as needed.
  • Ordered stock and office supplies Assisted Payroll Manager with inputting of staff hours for weekly payroll.
  • Managed 20+ employees Ordered and maintained all office supplies within the store.
  • Processed Payroll *Interviewed Candidates *Responsible for Ordering and Receiving Merchandise, Office Supplies, Office Equipment
  • Ordered office supplies and merchandise .
  • Market activation events and planning Attending to customers health needs Managing mailroom Managing office supplies and paper needs.

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35. Sales Plan
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  • Supported store manager developing annual sales plans and personally organized accounts receivable functions.
  • Assist in developing sales plans and incorporate motivational methods of attainment.
  • Assist with training and motivating associates to achieve maximum sales productivity and ensure that sales plans are achieved.
  • Coordinate and lead monthly sales plan meetings for all soft lines assistant store managers in the Detroit district.
  • Achieved a 780% increase in sales over sales plan set by upper management in May 1989.
  • Hold self and team accountable for weekly and monthly sales plans by using daily targets.
  • Set individual daily sales goal for employees and encouraged team work to meet daily sales plan
  • Performed sales accounting and created store specifics sales plan to meet weekly sales goals.
  • Achieved sales plans for all areas of management.
  • Create a sales plan to maximize revenue.
  • Achieve store sales plan and payroll budget.
  • Developed sales plan and created schedules.
  • Determined sales plans and sales goals.
  • Recognized for exceeding sales plan.
  • Beat 2009 Sales plan by $90,944 and saved $17,765 in controllable expenses.
  • Exceed given sales plans by 20%.
  • Established day-to-day strategic sales plans to ensure daily sales goals were met.
  • Assist to achieve store s sales plan and performance targets (e.g.
  • Organized daily sales plans employee sales goals.
  • Executed sales plans Responsible for opening and closing procedures Performed merchandise and inventory maintenance.

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36. ASM
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  • Started as Sales Rep in October, promoted to Sales Lead in December, Promoted to ASM in Oct. 2016
  • Grow sales though knowledge, praise, and enthusiasm for the product.
  • Store wide leadership as an ASM in all aspects of daily operation.
  • Staff development, oversaw internal promotions from associate level to ASM level.
  • Maintained standards of enthusiasm and etiquette in line with company policy.
  • Achieved high level of enthusiasm to generate good rapport with customers.
  • Received award for ASM of the year in south region.
  • Assist ASM-Operations in keying and controlling payroll once a week.
  • Assist ASM-Operations in vault duties such as counting store deposits.
  • Recruited for Brand Central ASM at St. Charles Store.
  • Completed training sessions to advance from SGA to ASM.
  • Trained six ASM- HR individuals for the company.
  • Partner with ASM/ASOM to successfully launch new products.
  • Participated in the Top Talent ASM Program.
  • Mentored 8 employees, 3 became shift leads, 3 became ASM's, and 2 became ASM-T's.
  • Surpass ASM monthly sales goal of $16,000.
  • Hired as Assistant Store Manager (ASM) Softlines; moved to ASM Home Improvement after 3 months.
  • Promoted from seasonal, to keyholder, to ASM within a few short months.
  • Maintain enthusiasm for the company with a "can do" approach.
  • Lead ASM for omni-channel platform rollout and training program.

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37. Stock Shelves
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Here's how Stock Shelves is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Price merchandise, perform floor set, and stock shelves, optimize merchandising presentation in the store/windows, inventory control.
  • Stock shelves, trained new employees, handled money, open and closed store, customer service, and cleaned
  • Trained and managed a team of employees to operate POS terminals, stock shelves and maintain cleanliness of facility.
  • Maintain and order product, stock shelves, run Lotto, open and close store, take fuel readings.
  • Work Skills- customer service-pay roll- key holder- lead staff- hire staff- stock shelves- personalize ornaments- clean, etc.
  • Ring cash register, stock shelves, complete orders, do audits per different sections of the store.
  • Stock shelves, run cash register, stock and price merchandises, label shelves.
  • Unload truck, stock shelves, and lead team in daily store recovery.
  • Order product, stock shelves, set plan-o-grams and create promotional displays.
  • Processed shipments and maintained organized stock shelves.
  • Check in freight, help put freight away, clean shelves, stock shelves, clean floors, clean windows.
  • Stock shelves, and mark prices on shelves and items.
  • Assist manager in customer service stock shelves schedule making deposits inventory maintence.
  • Priced merchandised , stock shelves and took inventory of supplies.
  • Offload delivery truck & stock shelves Announce weekly promotions
  • Stock shelves in an orderly fashion.
  • Stock shelves, racks, cases, bins, and tables with new or transferred merchandise.
  • Set endcaps stock shelves do planograms.
  • Budget payroll Daily numbers Open and close store Unload truck and stock shelves Order merchandise Facilitate staffs daily activities Write schedules
  • Circle F Saddles & Tack Open/close registers/cash handling Sales/Customer service/Special orders Financial reports Train/coach other employees Stock shelves Bank deposits

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38. Visual Standards
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Here's how Visual Standards is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Maintained visual standards through effective execution of corporate directives.
  • Implemented training material for visual standards and guides for all visual team members Consistently within the company goal for all inventory variances
  • Assisted store manager in increasing sales, monthly visual standards, and help keep a friendly and clean work environment.
  • Train sales team maintaining visual standards and meeting daily sales goals and shrink reduction by giving outstanding customer service.
  • Supervised staff of about 15 to ensure overall sales goals were met and store met operational and visual standards.
  • Direct merchandising placement, perform price changes, replenish sales floor, and maintain visual standards.
  • Helped update the store visually but training all employees on visual standards and floor sets.
  • Maintain the visual standards of your boutique or outlet and assist with the daily housekeeping/cleaning.
  • Ensured that the store met visual standards and led the execution of successful floor sets.
  • Train associates in corporate visual standards, daily metrics and customer service.
  • Trained employees on LP standards, visual standards, and role responsibilities.
  • Assisted the store manager in maintaining the stores operational and visual standards.
  • Maintain visual standards and presentations in all areas of the store.
  • Maintain upkeep of sales floor through replenishment and excellent visual standards.
  • Coached visual standards and ensured proper execution of these standards.
  • Maintain company's visual standards and merchandise the sales floor.
  • Implemented visual standards and directives.
  • Coached associates on visual standards, customer service, and selling techniques by monitoring key performance indicators.
  • Directed multiple, seasonal visual floor sets and executed daily walk throughs to maintain proper visual standards.
  • Created schedules, planograms, visual standards, product flow, holiday planning guides, technical support, and shipment organization.

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39. Training Programs
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Here's how Training Programs is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Delivered training programs for associates that improved product knowledge, individual/team confidence, reduced shrinkage and significantly lowered staff turnover.
  • Evaluate performance standards while simultaneously creating and implementing training programs for both department supervisors and general employees.
  • Participate in company training programs to improve productivity and business efficiency.
  • Completed continuous Management Training Programs.
  • Completed company leadership training programs.
  • Participate in LIDS training programs, adhere to set goals (for sales and tasks) and regular follow up.
  • Designed and coordinated in developing proper training programs for the employees of the organization for enhancing their efficiency.
  • Utilize training programs to encourage staff to provide the best customer service in the industry.
  • Coordinated and led training programs for all employees, facilitated new hire orientation classes.
  • Created training programs to help our team to be the best in the district.
  • Partnered with store management on staffing decisions, training programs, and procedural changes.
  • Developed unique training programs to help associate use and understand the Electronic Replenishment System.
  • Introduce training programs that enhance employee performance and help build a motivated workforce.
  • Designed and led several training programs for new store employees.
  • Assisted in the development and implementation of staff training programs.
  • Designed, coordinated and delivered training programs for employees.
  • Implemented standardized training programs for new hires.
  • Promoted a safe work environment by initiating safety training programs,conducted observations and provided feedback to reduce associate work injuries.
  • Open and close facility Perform Inventory as well as conducted training programs for new-hire Associates.
  • Executed training programs and streamlined workflow.

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40. Store Policies
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Here's how Store Policies is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Assist store manager with training store associates with all aspects of their job responsibilities including company store policies procedures and guidelines.
  • Enforce store policies and procedures to ensure excellent customer service is provided to maximize the Profit & Loss performance of business.
  • Acted as Operations Manager, placing and enforcing Gap Inc. store policies, and 'Best Practice' policies and procedures.
  • Plan, schedule, supervise, and ensure that all Gas Station Attendants adhere to store policies and procedures.
  • Conduct new hire training for all employees on store policies, procedures and use of store equipment.
  • Manage cashiering activities in areas of purchasing, returns, exchanges, and enforce store policies.
  • Increased sales and profits by giving sales team the tools to initiate store policies and procedures.
  • Maintained up-to-date knowledge of store policies regarding payments, and any cash register transaction.
  • Remained current on store policies regarding returns, exchanges, and store transactions.
  • Trained staff regarding store policies and scheduled staff to ensure adequate coverage.
  • Maintained up-to-date knowledge of store policies regarding payments, returns and exchanges.
  • Trained workers in store policies, procedures and job duties.
  • Ensured store policies, procedures, and controls were upheld.
  • Trained seven employees on store policies and procedures.
  • Ensured implementation of store policies and procedures.
  • Ensured employees on store policies and procedures.
  • Helped create and implement new store policies.
  • Enforce store policies and safety procedure.
  • Managed visual store changes, changes in marketing/merchandising, and store policies.
  • Maintained schedules and trains employees with store policies and procedures.

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41. Repeat Business
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Here's how Repeat Business is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Utilized outgoing demeanor and extensive knowledge regarding GameStop's product offerings to develop relationships with customers ensuring loyalty and repeat business.
  • Identify potential community contacts/corporate account customers and informing them of the various services we offer to ensure repeat business.
  • Increased profits through effective sales training and troubleshooting profit loss areas Generated repeat business through exceptional customer service.
  • Trained and coached my team on exceptional customer service, developing customer loyalty and cultivating repeat business.
  • Maintained a key understanding of customer needs/expectations and utilized that knowledge to gain repeat business.
  • Generate repeat business by developing and maintaining satisfaction devoted to customer service.
  • Increased repeat business by ensuring total satisfaction of customers through individualized service.
  • Provide exceptional customer service, generating repeat business and long-term customer loyalty.
  • Generate repeat business and increase sales by providing exceptional customer service.
  • Provided consistently outstanding customer service to ensure opportunities for repeat business.
  • Generate repeat business by developing and maintaining strong customer service.
  • Secured repeat business by delivering outstanding service to customers.
  • Deliver excellent customer service for repeat business.
  • Develop business by driving initiatives that build a repeat business, and attract a new customer to the store.
  • Encouraged repeat business by providing friendly, helpful service and demonstrating care for each customer.
  • Developed and managed relationships with customers to boost sales and ensure repeat business.
  • Maintained a great relationship with new customers and repeat business.
  • Generated regular repeat business by developing and maintaining a strong team devote to customer service.
  • Strategized to develop sales plans, expand market penetration, increase customer base, and generate repeat business.
  • Meet customers requested needs in a timely manner securing repeat business.

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42. Assets
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Here's how Assets is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Investigated evidence of unlawful activity or activity contrary to policy or procedure in relation to the security of company assets.
  • Ensured customer satisfaction, personnel and equipment security, and secure accountability for store finances and assets.
  • Secure Company assets and property and maintain loss prevention and operational standards.
  • Manage operations and security of company assets including all cash office procedures.
  • Protected company assets through effective inventory control and loss prevention practices.
  • Maintained and protected company and customers assets.
  • Utilize all assets and resources available, maximizing employee productivity and performance to achieve corporate goals and objectives.
  • Maintain a safe working environment and protect company assets including people, merchandise, facilities, and money.
  • Protected and secured all company assets, and executed safe opening and closing duties.
  • Ensured a safe working environment while providing for the protection of company assets.
  • Assist in preventing loss of the company assets by theft or improper paperwork/procedures.
  • Handled all Company assets such as cash, checks and credit cards.
  • Protect company assets, controlling internal and external shrink.
  • Protect company assets within guidelines of LIDS Retail policies.
  • Developed all departments and assets of the business.
  • Managed the assets of the shop.
  • Manage over 14 billion in assets.
  • Assist the Store Manager in ensuring a safe working environment and providing protection for company assets according to required procedures.
  • Controled company assets by meeting all loss prevention measures.
  • Increased sales to last year over 17% Protected store assets lowering shrink 1.2% Total store accountability managing all KPIs

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43. Sales Activities
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  • Engaged in outside sales activities and community involvement to generate both new business and increased existing customer sales.
  • Monitored associate sales activities and productivity while acknowledging and communicating performance to all associates.
  • Prepared for and conducted promotional sales activities.
  • Managed and coordinated daily sales activities.
  • Monitored sales activities and managed inventory.
  • Monitor year to year, and conference to conference, sales activities and trends to ensure product availability matched customer demand.
  • Handled Day-to-Day Store Operations and other Responsibilities that Enabled the Store Manager to Focus on Sales Development and Outside Sales Activities.
  • Monitor all associates sales activities and productivity to make sure that their knowledgeable about what is expected of them.
  • Trained associates in selling through increased product knowledge, advertising campaigns, and various company sales activities.
  • Managed daily store operations and assisted with sales development and outside sales activities.
  • Trained and supervised employees in all customer service and sales activities.
  • Developed, managed and guided sales activities for the organization.
  • Monitor sales activities and motivate employees to increase sales.
  • Directed sales activities of $35,000 re-opening day.
  • Assisted with monitoring inventory and managing sales activities.Trained associates to provide them with growth opportunities.
  • Monitored sales activities Inventoried stock and reordered when inventory drops to a specified level
  • Completed and submitted weekly and monthly reports on sales activities and projections, purchasing and inventory needs and payroll projections.
  • Monitor sales activities -Follow up monthly with sales specialists on performance metrics and sales goals.
  • Analyzed daily sales and financials, directed floor sales activities, and resolved customer complaints.
  • Directed pricing and sales activities Selected goods and services to be offered.

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44. Direct Reports
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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Inspired direct reports to have more professionalism and accuracy in customer interactions.
  • Manage, develop, evaluate and retain a team of direct and indirect reports in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Experience supervising direct reports including direction, training, recruitment, hiring, performance management, coaching, and recognition.
  • Provided leadership and coaching to a team of sales associates including 15 direct reports and 60 indirect reports.
  • Led merchandising, specialty, and operations departments with number of direct reports ranging from 30 60.
  • Set performance goals and oversaw direct reports to facilitate achievements of sales and service objectives.
  • Write schedules for my direct reports, coaching for improvement when necessary, performance evaluations.
  • Partner in all hiring training and development for up to 108 direct reports.
  • Supervised twelve direct reports and oversaw a store staff of 96 associates.
  • Set annual goals, administered performance reviews and developed all direct reports.
  • Direct reports / employees have successfully been promoted into management positions.
  • Direct reports included up to 45 associates during peak sales periods.
  • Reported directly to regional director and managed 32 direct reports.
  • Facilitate training and development up to 20 direct reports.
  • Coached Direct Reports leading 6 into Assistant Manager Positions.
  • Managed twelve direct reports and provided new hire recommendations.
  • Develop, coach and mentor direct reports.
  • Handled hiring and on-boarding of direct reports.
  • Conducted appraisals in my, reviewed and signed off on appraisals done by my direct reports and assisted with management appraisals.
  • Provide leadership, support, and training to staff of 150, to include 14 direct reports.

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45. Kpis
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Here's how Kpis is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Leveraged in-depth knowledge in evaluating team performance in line with key performance indicators (KPIs) while bringing awareness to topics.
  • Motivated a team from missing all KPIs in years prior to exceeding in FY13, FY14 and FY15.
  • Contribute to store profitability by ensuring KPIs for a defined area within the store are met or exceeded.
  • Served as District Merchandising Manager, responsible for tracking and reporting KPIs, and inventory replenishment needs.
  • Lead team members to deliver KPIs, meet or exceed store financial projections and maximize revenue opportunities.
  • Developed action plans on how to achieve the specific KPIs while maintaining a fun team environment.
  • Manage and coach staff to make sure all are hitting their goals and kpis.
  • Monitor performance indicators (KPIs) to evaluate different aspects of the store.
  • Use financial reports and KPIs to improve business operations and revenue.
  • Design and implemented customer satisfaction metrics, singling out specific KPIs.
  • Have working knowledge of Retail KPIs and how to implement them.
  • Provided daily feedback to all managers and associates regarding KPIs.
  • Assist associates on floor to maximize KPIs and sales performance.
  • Motivated team members to make sales goals and push KPIs.
  • Make sure our KPIs are meeting company goals.
  • Meet and maximize KPIs each day.
  • Maintain company standard KPIs i.e.
  • Meet sales goals and calculate KPIS (week, month,year).
  • Improved performance in all KPIs from underperforming to exceeding company expectations.
  • Make and exceed sales goals and KPIs.. Open/close the store.

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46. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Maintained telephone call list and attended to extremely heavy volume of phone calls, and responded to messages in timely manner.
  • Assist all customers, monitor emails, phone calls, part-time employees, and do the banking and money.
  • Evaluate vehicles, answer phone calls, and offer customers the different refinance options they are eligible for.
  • Increased customer base through use of lead generation phone calls and coordination with store manager and sales representatives.
  • Answered and settled telephone calls, and resolved the clients' most sensitive inquiries and complaints.
  • Answer phone calls averaging 50-60 calls a day, trace and process orders for retail inventory.
  • Answered phone calls, offered information about the studio experience, & booked appointments.
  • Answer phone calls and take customers orders over the phone.
  • Answered incoming phone calls with professional and knowledgeable responses.
  • General phone etiquette with answering and making phone calls
  • Placed phone calls to clientele regarding tuxedo rentals.
  • Monitor and screen incoming phone calls and correspondence.
  • Manage phone calls and offer great customer service.
  • Answered telephone calls and questions from clients.
  • Answered phone calls from customers with questions.
  • Answer phone calls and take orders.
  • Greet visitors, direct visitors to their destination and direct telephone calls to appropriate designee.
  • Answered customer telephone calls promptly and in an appropriate manner.
  • Answered phone calls in a timely manner.
  • Co-managed staff of 15 employees Responsible for ordering weekly supplies Fielded phone calls and tended to customer requests Stocked weekly inventory shipments

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47. Store Procedures
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Here's how Store Procedures is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Design effective store procedures ensuring all operations are running effectively and smoothly.
  • Provided customer service and sales of products, inventory, open and closing of store procedures, training, stocking, etc
  • Use the store procedures necessary to meet or exceed the sales, profit and shrink goals established for the store.
  • Managed all money issues before, during, and after the store opened along with opening and closing store procedures.
  • Travel to surrounding stores in the Middle Tennessee area and help train employees on proper store procedures and merchandising tactics.
  • Managed inventory, loss prevention, scheduling, payroll and financial performance reports, opening and closing store procedures.
  • Trained all new managers and sales associates on store procedures, policies, and excellent customer service.
  • Train new employees on the POS system, store procedures, and customer service.
  • Trained new hires on all store procedures including opening and closing procedures.
  • Trained all new managers and department managers on store procedures and policies.
  • Train new customer account reps on customer accounts and store procedures.
  • Train new management on store procedures including cash management and policies.
  • Trained management staff on POS cashier systems and store procedures.
  • Manage and participate in opening and closing Store procedures.
  • Managed opening and closing of store procedures.
  • Followed opening and closing store procedures.
  • Open to closing store procedures.
  • Trained all new merchandising managers on store procedures, policies and focused on developing merchandising skills.
  • Store Procedures Guided customers in choosing items that reflected personal style and shape.
  • Managed staff, customer service, and overall store procedures.

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48. Satisfactory Service
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Here's how Satisfactory Service is used in Assistant Store Manager jobs:
  • Ensured that customers receive satisfactory service and quality goods by training and developing associates.
  • Monitor sales activities to ensure that customers receive satisfactory service and quality goods.
  • Monitored sales activities to make sure customers received satisfactory service.
  • Monitor employees activates to ensure that customers receive satisfactory service.
  • Resolved customer service issues concerning unsatisfactory service or sales.
  • Assist Store manager with daily operations, monitor sales activities to ensure that customers receive satisfactory service.
  • Managed five to seven retail team to serve customers to ensure satisfactory service.
  • Monitor salesactivities to ensure that customers receive satisfactory service and qualitygoods.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Assistant Store Manager

Customer Service

27.4%

Sales Floor

16.5%

Store Operations

13.3%

New Merchandise

10.0%

Payroll

7.4%

Loss Prevention

4.7%

Bank Deposits

3.2%

Inventory Control

3.0%

Company Policies

2.0%

Human Resources

1.5%

Inventory Management

1.4%

Company Standards

1.4%

Product Knowledge

1.2%

Inventory Levels

1.1%

Staff Members

1.1%

Weekly Schedules

1.1%

POS

1.1%

Performance Reviews

0.9%

Sales Reports

0.8%

Sales Staff

0.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assistant Store Manager

Rank Skill
1 Customer Service 24.5%
2 Sales Floor 14.7%
3 Store Operations 11.9%
4 New Merchandise 8.9%
5 Payroll 6.7%
6 Loss Prevention 4.2%
7 Bank Deposits 2.9%
8 Inventory Control 2.7%
9 Company Policies 1.8%
10 Human Resources 1.4%
11 Inventory Management 1.3%
12 Company Standards 1.3%
13 Product Knowledge 1.1%
14 Inventory Levels 1.0%
15 Staff Members 1.0%
16 Weekly Schedules 1.0%
17 POS 0.9%
18 Performance Reviews 0.8%
19 Sales Reports 0.7%
20 Sales Staff 0.6%
21 Corrective Action 0.6%
22 Front End 0.6%
23 Conference Calls 0.5%
24 Communication 0.5%
25 Financial Statements 0.5%
26 Annual Sales 0.5%
27 High Volume 0.5%
28 Data Entry 0.4%
29 Day-To-Day Operations 0.4%
30 Sales Volume 0.4%
31 Weekly Basis 0.4%
32 Special Orders 0.4%
33 Safety Guidelines 0.4%
34 Office Supplies 0.4%
35 Sales Plan 0.3%
36 ASM 0.3%
37 Stock Shelves 0.3%
38 Visual Standards 0.3%
39 Training Programs 0.3%
40 Store Policies 0.3%
41 Repeat Business 0.3%
42 Assets 0.3%
43 Sales Activities 0.3%
44 Direct Reports 0.3%
45 Kpis 0.3%
46 Phone Calls 0.3%
47 Store Procedures 0.3%
48 Satisfactory Service 0.2%
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