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Top 49 Store Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Store Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Store Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.4% of Store Manager resumes contained Customer Service as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Store Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Store Manager

1. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Managed wide variety of customer service and administrative tasks to resolve customer issues quickly and efficiently.
  • Ensured all store associates provided high-level customer service and consistent communication.
  • Delivered excellent customer service by greeting and assisting each customer.
  • Establish expectation of excellent customer service through personal example.
  • Provide exceptional bilingual customer service in fast-pace environment.
  • Trained and developed qualified customer service personnel.
  • Focused on delivered high quality customer service.
  • Empower associates to use their skills, experience and good judgment as an effective customer service tool.
  • Provide customer service by greeting and assisting customers, and responding to customer inquiries and complaints.
  • Assisted sales team with resolving customer service issues, including returns and defective merchandise.
  • Ensured that quality standards, customer service and health and safety are met.
  • Trained new employees on company customer service policies and service level standards.
  • Ensured that quality, customer service was met.
  • Provided courteous and knowledgeable customer services and sales.
  • Acted as customer service and sales personnel.
  • Assisted with customer service training.
  • Improved customer service by re-training employees and inventory availability.
  • Maintained a neat and clean store that achieved an overall increase in sales, staff productivity, and improved customer service.
  • Recruit, train, mentor, and manage a 18 -member team, ensuring continuous delivery of outstanding customer service.
  • maintain schedules, customer service quality, intake, product management in financial profits.

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2. Store Operations
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Here's how Store Operations is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Supervised retail store operations that encompassed: merchandising, inventory and quality control and maintenance needs.
  • Managed daily store operations and supervised sales associates.
  • Accomplished maintaining daily store operations.
  • Maintained personal sales and tracked orders, customer issue resolution, event setup, vendor relations, and store operations.
  • Managed store operations, including: recruiting, selecting, scheduling, and training of both associates and co-managers.
  • Course corrected store operations in multiple locations in order to be more in line with company policies and procedures.
  • Managed all aspects of store operations including performing opening and closing duties, cash handling and securing all assets.
  • Store operations, including inventory control, facility management, safety and security, loss prevention and banking.
  • Communicated with my supervisor (DDO) regarding store operations, staffing needs, business and advertising needs.
  • Manage the daily store operations with direct supervision of approximately 5 employees in a retail optical store.
  • Monitor all aspects of store operations, providing advice, coaching and assistance to store employees.
  • Reported directly to the Vice President of Store Operations.
  • Oversee total store operations on a daily basis.
  • Managed all store operations and staff.
  • Store Manager responsible for managing all aspects of store operations in a customer service orientated environment.
  • Managed store operations by ensuring exceptional performance and excellent customer services.
  • Trained four Retail Managers and one District Manager all aspects of Cracker Barrel Retail store operations and guest services.
  • Store Operations, Cash Management, Inventory Management, Hiring, Scheduling, Customer service.
  • assigned with daily store operations including cash management, inventory management and store cleanliness.
  • Control and maintain all store operations Train, coach and develop staff Sales Track and monitor inventory Technical troubleshooting

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3. Payroll
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Here's how Payroll is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Managed payroll expenses to maximize company profits in a changing retail environment.
  • Processed payroll in accordance with company policy.
  • Interviewed and staffed store personnel including managers, processed payroll for all employees, created weekly schedules for staff.
  • Monitored and controlled expenses which included payroll, shrink, supplies and real estate issues to maximize store profitability.
  • Managed 12 employees, payroll, budget planning, inventory, bank deposits, cash accountability and loss.
  • Managed a team of 5 employees including scheduling, payroll, inventory, and general store responsibilities.
  • Develop schedules, monitor payroll daily and weekly in accordance with hourly budget.
  • Ranked 1st in the district for payroll percentage in 2005 and 2006.
  • Reduced and controlled expenses by reviewing payroll and store expense budgets.
  • Scheduled personnel to meet business needs while remaining within payroll matrix.
  • Ensured attainment of sales, payroll and inventory shortage goals.
  • Process payroll, inventory orders, and store accounting reports.
  • Prepared and distributed payroll for staff of 3 employees.
  • Controlled payroll and expenses to meet budget.
  • Managed payroll and met inventory goals.
  • Maintained financial controls in the company which included shrink, payroll, and other operation expenses.
  • Store Manager responsible for sales growth, financial responsibility, payroll and expense control.
  • Planned and executed floor sets, managed payroll, and inventory goals.
  • Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies.
  • Hire and train new employees Write schedule and process payroll Control shrink and expenses Process freight

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4. Sales Floor
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Here's how Sales Floor is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Monitored sales floor to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Make changes on the sales floor that maximize capacity, draw consumers in allowing conversion to soar while driving sales.
  • Demonstrate leadership by providing an active role on the sales floor ensuring a high quality of customer service.
  • Perform sales floor work, such as greeting or assisting customers, stocking shelves, or taking inventory.
  • Monitored the sales floor regularly, talking to staff and customers, and identifying and resolving urgent issues.
  • Maximize sales potential by coaching to associate behaviors on the sales floor and in the backroom.
  • Maintained the sales floor, fitting rooms, and cash management in compliance with company standards.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service when on sales floor by connecting with customers and clients.
  • Set Daily/Monthly Sales goals, Replenish Sales Floor, Execute Bi -Weekly Markdowns.
  • Reorganized the display of the sales floor to meet corporate demands.
  • Direct sales floor activities, assist customers and address customer concerns.
  • Assisted on sales floor as needed to maintain service standards.
  • Assess sales floor inventory to determine the priority needs.
  • Plan and execute the merchandising of the sales floor.
  • Stock and merchandise sales floor and back stock.
  • Re-organized the sales floor to meet company demands.
  • Merchandised sales floor for maximum impact.
  • Merchandised displays on sales floor.
  • Train employees for sales floor.
  • Toured the sales floors regularly and interact with staff and customers'.

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5. Loss Prevention
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Here's how Loss Prevention is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Job duties included dual store management, customer service/sales, inventory/loss prevention, recruitment/training of staff, and store merchandising/allocations.
  • Conducted daily/weekly inventory counts ensuring that all jewelry was accounted for according to loss prevention regulations.
  • Adhere to and ensure proper Security and Loss Prevention policy/procedures are followed.
  • Inventory management and merchandising daily for loss prevention and accurate inventory counts.
  • Monitored and controlled Loss Prevention.
  • Coordinate or conduct internal investigations of problems such as employee theft and violations of corporate loss prevention policies.
  • Assess security needs to ensure proper deployment of loss prevention resources, such as staff and technology.
  • Managed and trained in business acumen, operational excellence, loss prevention and logistics.
  • Improved loss prevention results in all locations, beating all goals set in place.
  • Worked closely with Loss Prevention to ensure shrink goals were being implemented and met.
  • Oversee retail operations such as inventory, loss prevention and visual merchandising.
  • Train and develop store associates and raise awareness for loss prevention.
  • Assist in all loss prevention efforts to maintain an effective store.
  • Adhered to all store safety and loss prevention policies and procedures.
  • Ranked number one in the company for merchandise loss prevention.
  • Assisted in training of Loss Prevention Investigators program.
  • Trained entire staff on Loss Prevention awareness.
  • Shrink and loss prevention management.
  • Oversee and coordinate daily tasks and activities of a team within established budgets and goals while upholding loss prevention policies.
  • Maintain a safe work environment and followed all loss prevention practices to protect company assets.

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6. Store Operational Requirements
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Here's how Store Operational Requirements is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Completed store operational requirements, initiated buying, merchandising, sales and recruiting skills and identified current and future customer requirements.
  • Maintained store operational requirements by providing merchandise to customers and supervising and training sales staff.
  • Complete store operational requirements by scheduling and assisting management and following up on work results.
  • Completed store operational requirements by opening and closing store daily.
  • Managed store operational requirements by scheduling and delegating to employees.
  • Completed store operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees.
  • Job Description: -Completing store operational requirements -Supervising and maintaining store staff by recruiting, training, coaching, and monitoring.
  • Completed store operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; following up on work results, and achieved monthly financial objectives.
  • Maintained store operational requirements by scheduling employees to achieve budgeted labor hours in accordance with monthly sales reporting and payroll.
  • Complete Store operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employee's daily goals / follow up on work results.
  • Completed store operational requirements Maintained store staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees.
  • Completed store operational requirements of scheduling, delegating task to employees and following up on results.
  • Complete store operational requirements hiring scheduling assigning employee's payroll following up on work results.
  • Completed daily store operational requirements as well as maintain daily sales and conversion goals.
  • Complete store operational requirements by scheduling employees and following up on tasks.
  • Completed store operational requirements by hiring and training new employees.
  • Retail Store Manager Job Duties: Completed store operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; following up on work results.
  • Addressed customer inquiries and complaints Complete store operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; following up on work results.
  • Identified current and future customer requirements Ensured availability of merchandise and services Completed store operational requirements
  • Completed store operational requirements Maintained store staff Achieved store financial objectives

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7. Inventory Control
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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Managed a team of 55 professional commission sales associates with full accountability for recruiting, merchandising and inventory control.
  • Ensured all aspects of inventory control; monitored and directed loading/unloading of merchandise.
  • Implemented loss prevention strategies and managed inventory control through shrink percentages.
  • Analyze and execute inventory control, management expense and shrinkage awareness.
  • Directed all inventory control and loss prevention activities.
  • Completed inventory control through accurate logging and preparation.
  • Developed inventory control system and repair department.
  • Gained management experience with inventory control, cash handling, system development, training of staff, and delegation of tasks.
  • Handled orders of dry goods, perishables and maintained inventory control, control waste, customer service and DSD procedures.
  • Coordinate inventory control, receiving, merchandising and store maintenance while working directly with vendors to confirm and verify shipments.
  • Provide customer service, store appearance, price change, inventory control and sales.
  • Maintained inventory control, audits, shipping & receiving, and strategic product placement.
  • Managed food service, environmental logs and maintain inventory control and logs.
  • Overlooked inventory control, customer service, and all accounting procedures.
  • Inventory control as well as cash control.
  • Inventory control and customer service.
  • Supervised inventory in multiple locations, while helping stores achieve acceptable margins of company inventory control.
  • Provide leadership and direction in employee training, business acumen, and customer service relations, and inventory control.
  • Handle overall store operations, merchandising, inventory control, ordering, cash control, and maintenance.
  • Mentor new managers and assist with training new owners - Inventory control.

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8. Daily Operations
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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Managed and reviewed daily operations and End-of-Day receipts/tapes; balanced registers and reconciled tapes.
  • Managed daily operations of family owned business.
  • Executed daily operations, trained and managed staff
  • Oversee daily operations to ensure that we are maximizing sales and profitability, with fast and friendly service.
  • Supervised and oversaw the daily operations of a telecommunications store which employed a total of 4 employees.
  • Store Manager responsible for daily operations including sales, inventory control, and key account management.
  • Lead the staff team base in the daily operations of the location.
  • Completed and trained new and existing employees for updated daily operations.
  • Managed the entire boutique, daily operations, promotional sales.
  • Oversee daily operations with existing and future Little Caesars stores.
  • Verify daily operations are submitted correctly and on time.
  • Position focus was on managing store and daily operations.
  • Manage daily operations of small format retail store.
  • Manage day-to-day store sales and daily operations.
  • Executed daily operations of major retail store.
  • Manage daily operations of store.
  • Manage and execute daily operations to company standards Visual merchandising to maximize per square footage profit.
  • Manage daily operations, budgets, and confidential customer accounts Explain loan contracts and set up payment plans according to affordability
  • Maintained daily operations of overall store including sales, staffing, inventory, merchandising and payroll.
  • Directed daily operations for the retail location and led the new store opening process.

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9. Bank Deposits
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Here's how Bank Deposits is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Performed various operational functions such as purchasing, preparing bank deposits, and controlling inventory.
  • Operated cash register.-Handled the bank deposits.-Took bank deposits to the bank.-Conducted staff meetings.-Instructed employees on how to improve job skills
  • Verify amount in safe, registers, and sales from the prior day and make bank deposits.
  • Review all profits and sales for accuracy and insure bank deposits are made.
  • Handled the store's daily bank deposits, transfers, and withdrawals.
  • Performed routine bookkeeping tasks such as preparing invoices and bank deposits.
  • Prepared bank deposits, paperwork, and computer work daily.
  • Tracked inventory, balanced payment ledger and made bank deposits.
  • Cash handling for customers and end of day bank deposits.
  • Managed bank deposits, cash flow and other accounting procedures.
  • Handle and manage store cash, make bank deposits.
  • Count money and make bank deposits daily.
  • Bank deposits, register break down.
  • Prepare and make daily bank deposits.
  • Conducted Weekly Payroll with ADP Timesaver *Conducting Hiring with I9 *Processing background checks *Counted cash drawers and made bank deposits.
  • Executed scheduling, inventory, interviewing and hiring, marketing, cash reconciliation, bank deposits and much more.
  • Bank deposits and Change orders Prepare and review operational reports and schedules to ensure accuracy and efficiency.
  • Bank deposits.bWork directly with the owner to establish ideas to increase sales.
  • Conduct monthly staff meetings Cashier, Bank Deposits, Change orders.
  • Managed ten employees Coordinated schedules, prepared payroll, handled bank deposits Maintained monthly inventory and all other daily store operations

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10. Human Resources
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Here's how Human Resources is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Partner with Store Manager and Human Resources group to provide consistent documentation and performance management.
  • Termed employees within the guidelines of Human Resources direction to ensure the company was following the state and federal regulations.
  • General store manager with encompassing responsibilities of human resources, operations, cash handling and loss prevention.
  • Cross trained associates in key areas to assist with invoicing, human resources, receiving and claims.
  • Motivate and retain existing talent through effective management of human resources issues in the store environment.
  • Maintain accountability for all business profits, sales promotions, marketing and store-level human resources.
  • Work cooperatively with human resources as well as loss prevention to resolve internal issues.
  • Managed Payroll and Administration duties to including Human Resources, and Operations.
  • Managed sales, merchandising, operations, and human resources functions.
  • Supervised visual merchandising, store marketing and human resources.
  • Managed human resources at the store level.
  • Assist in performing all human resources functions.
  • Coached, assigned corrective actions and disciplinary actions utilizing company guidelines with feedback to Store Associates, Management and Human Resources.
  • Used human resources knowledge to recruit, select, and train employees whose work ethic was consistent with Dollar Tree values.
  • Performed human resources duties in multi stores of hiring, training, and developing functions for employees and partners.
  • Implemented and oversaw all aspects of human resources, customer service, loss prevention, and visual merchandising.
  • Ensured and maintained Brookstone's high quality standards in all human resources, operational and merchandising activities.
  • Reference can be provided by Human Resources 1-800- krystals.
  • Handled human resource issues and prepared human resources paperwork.
  • Managed day-to-day operations for a 2 million dollar door Human Resources paperwork Sales Teamwork Inventory management & control Benefits coordinator

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11. Company Policies
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Here's how Company Policies is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Followed food safety procedures according to company policies and health and sanitation regulations.
  • Assisted in setting operational priorities, and ensured compliance with all company policies including cash control procedures and standards of conduct.
  • Assist in training new team members on customer service, operations, performance, loss prevention and all other Company policies.
  • Execute all company policies and objectives within the store, ensuring that the Vitamin Shoppe Brand and company are well represented.
  • Train staff to meet expectations and follow company policies, helping improve personnel and prepare them for promotions.
  • Managed 8 employees ensuring company policies were met by empowering sales team through training and professional growth.
  • Know, practice and assure that company policies and procedures are followed at all times.
  • Interviewed, trained, and monitored employees in accordance with company policies and goals.
  • Demonstrated a high degree of integrity by enforcing and upholding all company policies.
  • Maintained company policies, procedures, and ensured high standards of customer service.
  • Manage store while following all food safety regulations, and company policies.
  • Ensured company policies and procedures are followed on a consistent basis.
  • Oversee and direct coworkers to ensure all comply with company policies.
  • Adhere to all company policies, procedures and safety standards.
  • Oversee store operations according to company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured all company policies were followed.
  • Handled all customer relations issues in a gracious manner and in accordance with company policies.
  • Handled any customer complaints in a professional manner and in accordance with company policies.
  • Communicate, implement and ensure compliance of all company policies and procedures. "
  • Control all aspects of managing business Train and develop employee's and managers Enforce and explain company policies Resolve customer service issues

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12. Inventory Management
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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Manage daily operations of store including cash management, inventory management and asset protection.
  • Monitored inventory to determine changes in demand and to improve efficiency of inventory management.
  • Inventory management for production and execute all sales orders as per customer requirements.
  • Created databases and spreadsheets to improve inventory management and reporting accuracy.
  • Maintained overall inventory management, inventory rotation, logistics and locations.
  • Developed inventory management system, resulting in increased product turnover.
  • Developed markdown strategies to minimize markdowns and maximize inventory management.
  • Handled inventory management and merchandising functions successfully.
  • Perform all aspects of inventory management.
  • Inventory Management including receiving New Product shipments, Transfers to Different store Locations and processing damage products for return.
  • Executed and directed a successful annual inventory and, inventory management, loss in inventory >1%.
  • Created new inventory management levels and controls that reduced back stock and monthly cost.
  • Simplified inventory management system and cut costs saving the company $1700 monthly.
  • Ordered supplies for the store as part of inventory management.
  • Inventory management of varying types of stocked and perishable products.
  • Inventory management and security of all store assets.
  • Cash handling, scheduling, inventory management, interviewing, customer service consistently hit sales goals and customer service.
  • Inventory Management Contact local businesses that use our products to support current promotions and increase sales.
  • Hire and train new associates Inventory management of the store Oprational management
  • Inventory Management Cost Estimation/Profit Improvement Expense Reductions Budgeting & Forecasting Associate Training and Development Store Operations & Problem Solving

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13. Performance Reviews
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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Utilize communication skills to develop, coach and inspire associates to encourage organizational alignment and deliver appraisal and annual performance reviews.
  • Conduct regular employee performance reviews and manage individual growth and performance potential.
  • Perform annual performance reviews & execute the disciplinary process when necessary.
  • Coordinate performance management process including performance reviews and merit increases.
  • Interviewed and hired associates and conducted performance reviews.
  • Conduct semi-annual performance reviews and recommend pay increases.
  • Managed staffing issues such as scheduling, interviewing potential staff, performance reviews, as well as organized training and development.
  • Prepared profit and loss reports weekly, monthly and quarterly, supervised inventory; maintained performance reviews.
  • Handle employee relations matters, including performance reviews, salary increases, promotions, and terminations.
  • Coach, develop and conduct performance reviews for 21 Representatives to ensure meeting all performance objectives.
  • Interviewed, hired, and trained new staff, and conducted employee performance reviews.
  • Create and deliver yearly performance reviews for management team and provide feedback for development.
  • Conducted interviews, training and performance reviews of sales associates.
  • Managed and completed yearly performance reviews for complete staff.
  • Observe and assess employee performance and performance reviews.
  • Conduct performance reviews and monitor progress.
  • Conduct effective and timely performance reviews with associates Analyze, plan and control store payroll.
  • Perform all personnel functions, including recruiting, hiring, performance reviews, counseling and Scheduling work hours for seven loctions.
  • Store closed December 31, 2013 Specific Accomplishments Consistently met / exceeded company standards as noted on all performance reviews.
  • Received Exceeds Expectations ratings on all performance reviews.

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14. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Provided exceptional customer service and strategic direction over daily retail store operations while managing ~35 staff members.
  • Establish and implement departmental policies, goals, objectives, and procedures, conferring with staff members as necessary.
  • Coached and mentored 17 staff members by offering constructive feedback and taking interest in their long-term career growth.
  • Hire, Train and Develop all Staff Members in stocking procedures, customer service, and handling cash.
  • Build network of candidates, recruit and interview and hire staff members while adhering to budgetary goals.
  • Delegate daily functions to appropriate staff members prioritized for safety, customer service, and individual duties.
  • Started a training program, geared towards loss prevention, for all staff members.
  • Lead a team of 15 staff members to exceed customer satisfaction and performance goals.
  • Trained, coached and monitored staff members to ensure smooth adoption of new program.
  • Managed and trained staff members to meet customer needs and company requirements for security.
  • Provide administrative authority of the co-location staff members at 4 assigned program sites.
  • Trained and led lower level staff members for productive and smooth shifts.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to improve working conditions and improve sales.
  • Coached and educated staff members on how to exceed goals and expectations.
  • Hired, trained, coached, supervised and evaluated staff members.
  • Maintain POS system proficiency, among all staff members.
  • Hired, coached, and trained all staff members.
  • Hired, scheduled and trained staff members.
  • Communicated ethically and in a cooperative manner with all staff members Monitored store expenditures and reimbursement requests to ensure fiscal accountability.
  • Led a comprehensive Manager intraining for district managers and supportstaff members.

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15. Company Standards
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Here's how Company Standards is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Monitored other store locations correcting improper procedures to ensure company standards were met.
  • Manage and control operations to company standards and expectations.
  • Ensured every associate was properly trained to company standards.
  • Reestablished company standards to enable a struggling store to pass a company audit 2 months after failing the internal audit.
  • Train, coach and lead all associates to be the best they could be, to exceed company standards.
  • Manage and train employees to reach store and company goals while following company standards of operating.
  • Executed floor plan according to merchandising needs, new styles and company standards.
  • Enforced store and company standards, windows, displays, and fixtures.
  • Executed visual displays and store set up with company standards and directives.
  • Trained all new employees, above company standards in procedures and service.
  • Execute company standards of tasks, marketing, and visual resets.
  • Achieved company standards in collections, charge offs, customer growth.
  • Maintain proper company standards in all areas of the store.
  • Enforced company standards as well as policies and procedures.
  • Assisted Visual team to ensure company standards were maintained.
  • Exceed company standards in all areas of sales.
  • Hired and trained all employees to company standards.
  • Maintained and held all company standards and goals.
  • Manage store by company standards.
  • Supervised customer service representives to ensure that workflow met high company standards.

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16. Weekly Schedules
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Here's how Weekly Schedules is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Established and prepared weekly schedules to ensure maximum production.
  • Hired and trained employees, monitored and evaluated employee performances, prepared weekly schedules, and monitored sales and employee progression.
  • Create thoughtful and effective weekly schedules for a staff of 10-30 associates, according to the season.
  • Prepare weekly schedules, train employees, and monitor and evaluate the performance of each associate.
  • Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies to meet budget and meet customer needs.
  • Train cooks and stock workers as well as manage the weekly schedules.
  • Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies and volume needs.
  • Scheduled weekly schedules for staff of 12 computing labor cost.
  • Create weekly schedules and assigning daily duties.
  • Developed weekly schedules based on payroll budgets.
  • Created weekly schedules for all employees.
  • Maintained yearly budgets and weekly schedules.
  • Completed weekly schedules per payroll policies.
  • Prepared weekly schedules and duty rosters.
  • Make and review weekly schedules.
  • Prepared weekly schedules for employees.
  • Answered all telephone calls, Made weekly schedules for employees to make sure incoming loads were offloaded in a timely manner.
  • Constructed weekly schedules for 12 employee's and processed payroll to control labor costs.
  • Determined staff promotions and demotions, and terminated employees when necessary.Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies.
  • Processed payments and answered additional questions about products Create weekly schedules for employees Maintained up-to-date inventory at all times.

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17. Product Knowledge
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Here's how Product Knowledge is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Recognized for expertise in mechanics, unparalleled product knowledge, and outstanding customer service.
  • Create, train and maintain sales focused team and environment and while being an expert in selling and product knowledge.
  • Organized product knowledge training by contacting vendors to present seminars and events for our staff and customers.
  • Preserve strong product knowledge for use in selling, merchandising, and giving feedback as requested.
  • Developed and delivered training focused on exceptional customer service, product knowledge, and new themes.
  • Provided all aspects of sales training, product knowledge, inventory locations, and quantities.
  • Devised and implemented programs focused on product knowledge, emerging trends, and sales campaigns.
  • Expanded understanding of product display and product knowledge through attendance of several visual clinics.
  • Coached Sales Associates on product knowledge through in-store product training by using training tools.
  • Utilized product knowledge to provide recommendations to customers specific to their needs.
  • Trained all new hire hires in NYC market in product knowledge.
  • Focused on product knowledge and providing demos to every customer.
  • Educated staff & customers on product knowledge and service offerings.
  • Recognized as a specialist in supplement product knowledge.
  • Maintained product knowledge for all fashion active activities.
  • Shared product knowledge with customers while making personal recommendations.
  • Demonstrate proficiency and product knowledge by providing providing positive growth from years past as well as providing excellent customer service.
  • Continue a constant effort to educate self and team members about latest product knowledge.
  • Trained and developed store staff in customer service techniques and product knowledge.
  • Motivated, provided with the product knowledge, and successfully used demos to ensure customers said "Yes!"

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18. POS
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Here's how POS is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Monitor and positively affect profitability in the areas of customer service, sales, inventory/expense control and risk management.
  • Ensured all customers received the best customer experience possible by personally calling each customer after delivery.
  • Listen attentively to caller needs to ensure a positive customer experience.
  • Developed positive customer relationships through friendly greetings and excellent service.
  • Service Desk duties provided full services in postal, money orders, wheelchair, merchandise returns, UPS and lottery.
  • Identify areas of opportunity in processes and give feedback on potential improvements to make the employee/customer experience a positive one.
  • Work with customers and make sure all employees are trained to work in retail and dealing with POS.
  • Opened and closed the store, which included counting cash drawers and making bank deposits.
  • Determine charges for services requested, collect deposits or payments, or arrange for billing.
  • Closed out daily accounting, filed deposits and conducted all other daily financial duties.
  • Maintain and follow up with new clients to ensure the best customer experience possible.
  • Executed customer transactions, including deposits, withdrawals, money orders and checks.
  • Provided positive feedback to employees and provided a team atmosphere.
  • Counted cash drawer daily and made daily deposits.
  • Ensured accurate and timely bank deposits.
  • Maintained a positive and strong work ethic
  • Market products as often as possible.
  • Possess excellent problem-solving, analytical and time-management skills.
  • Motivated operators by using positive reinforcement and constructive criticism to help them learn proper SOPs and increase their processing rates.
  • Helped customer's and was responsible for maintaining and positive customer service experience.

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  • Developed customer service teams including Customer Service, Patient Technicians, Clinical, and Sales staff.
  • Administered daily operations to ensure policies and programs were adhered to and understood by sales staff.
  • Meet sales goals by training, motivating, mentoring and providing feedback to sales staff.
  • Recruited, hired, trained, and managed store administrative and sales staff operations.
  • Increased sales staff to accommodate heavier traffic due to new management and services offered.
  • Addressed and corrected sales staff communication issues in a tactful and effective manner.
  • Exceeded sales quotas, motivated sales staff to consistently exceed store sales goals.
  • Oversee a management, stock, cashiers and sales staff of 15-30.
  • Provided daily leadership to sales staff of $500,000.00 retail business.
  • Inspire sales staff to develop and implement special promotions and events.
  • Hired and trained all sales staff for new store location.
  • Reason given, not enough time training sales staff.
  • Established a dynamic and professional sales staff.
  • Approved all sales staff budget expenditures.
  • Hired and trained sales staff.
  • Recruited and trained sales staff.
  • Oversee and train sales staff.
  • Ensured sales staff embraced company standards and customer-centric culture, fostered positive customer experience and maximized growth.
  • Helped the sales staff set and close financing for customers Maintained inventory and reconditioning of used cars.
  • Trained sales staff, conducted interviews, and oversaw day-to-day operations.

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20. Inventory Levels
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  • Analyzed weekly inventory data to maintain lean inventory levels for optimal product levels and purchasing costs.
  • Ensured effective merchandise presentation, including accurate and competitive pricing, in-stock and accurate inventory levels.
  • Maintain inventory by checking merchandise to determine inventory levels and anticipating customers demand.
  • Verified weekly merchandise and store supply shipments to accurately reflect inventory levels.
  • Monitor merchandise inventory levels, proactively identifying discrepancies to prevent loss.
  • Maintain inventory levels through collaboration with corporate purchasing.
  • Managed inventory levels and cash transactions.
  • Determine, manage and review inventory levels to ensure minimum quantities are maintained throughout and maximum sales are achieved.
  • Partnered with store retail associates ensuring accurate and up-to-date inventory levels for key items during peak season.
  • Maintain accurate inventory levels by controlling damages, markdowns, scanning, paperwork, and facility controls.
  • Maintain inventory levels, monitor merchandise, provide feedback to owner/buyer regarding trends and need for customers.
  • Controlled payroll, asset protection, safety training, audits and inventory levels.
  • Maintain inventory levels at 75% of sales.
  • Manage inventory levels and protect against shrink.
  • Maintained inventory levels at .5%.
  • Ensured proper inventory levels and controls.
  • Controlled inventory levels and shrink.
  • Monitored inventory levels, e-mails, and employee time.
  • Provide superior customer service and relations Controlled expense lines, markdowns and inventory levels Improved safety and shrink awareness.
  • Manage staff schedules Maintain a good level of customer service with vendors Daily Input of sale totals Maintain proper inventory levels

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21. Annual Sales
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  • Developed quarterly and annual sales department budgets.
  • Managed all daily operations of this grocery store location with $13 million in annual sales and approximately 95 employees.
  • Increased sales by 10% while maintaining store inventory of $500,000 and annual sales of $1.5 million.
  • Directed profitability of a retail operation generating in excess of $1M in annual sales and employing 12 employees.
  • Led the successful operation of a retail jewelry store to over 1 million in annual sales volume.
  • Managed a retail operation generating in excess of $3M in annual sales with 16 employees.
  • Full Profit and Loss responsibility for store generating in excess of $10MM in annual sales.
  • Manage all aspects of a $2 million annual sales store operation including a lunch counter
  • Managed the daily operation of a retail flooring store with annual sales over $800,000.
  • Supervised 3 managers and 15 sales associate with $1.5 million in annual sales.
  • Managed a small retail store with over $2 million in annual sales.
  • Direct day-to-day operations of a store generating annual sales of $6.5 million.
  • Managed daily operations of a warehouse with annual sales of $18 million.
  • Prepared daily, quarterly and annual sales and payroll budget reports.
  • Increased store's annual sales by 10% over previous year.
  • Managed financial functions and annual sales in excess of $300,000.
  • Managed nearly $1 Million in annual sales.
  • Gross annual sales volume exceeded $5 million.
  • Exceeded annual sales projection by 12%.
  • Increased annual sales by 7%.

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22. Corrective Action
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  • Hired installers and subcontractors, monitored customer satisfaction and took corrective action as needed.
  • Ensured compliance of safety and security and delegated corrective action when needed.
  • Achieve financial objectives by scheduling, analyzing variances, initiating corrective actions.
  • Executed Coaching Records and Corrective Action Plans to emphasize accountability.
  • Scheduled expenditures; analyzed variances; initiated corrective actions.
  • Shrink prevention by identifying opportunities and corrective action.
  • Performed employee corrective action when necessary.
  • Completed all HR duties, including, new hire paperwork, employee evaluations, all employee corrective action, and terminations.
  • Managed all new hire paperwork, WOTC, state employee file regulations, corrective action, and termination paperwork.
  • Managed all new hire training and paperwork, terminations, corrective action and development plans for 100+ employees.
  • Review monthly earnings statements to ensure corrective action is taken when operating targets are not met.
  • Achieve financial objectives by scheduling, analyzing profit and loss statements, initiating corrective actions.
  • Passed on corrective actions along with responsibility for other disciplinary actions for 3rd shift.
  • Provide corrective action planning, monitoring, and appraisal of job performances.
  • Handled all hiring, coaching, and corrective actions of staff.
  • Develop and execute corrective action plans as needed.
  • Initiate corrective actions to align with original plan.
  • Implemented corrective action plans for struggling employees.
  • Analyzed sales and margin reports to determine appropriate corrective actions, and to capitalize on the areas doing well.
  • Provide on-going coaching and counseling, create succession plans and effectively manage performance and corrective action processes.

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23. Sales Reports
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  • Count inventory and successfully prepare daily sales reports for corporate analysis.
  • Analyze Pro t and Loss, Key Metric Indicators and Category Sales reports to build strategies in which to exceed targets.
  • Maintained sales, Purchase Orders, Petty Cash and Bills in QuickBooks, and created sales reports on a daily basis.
  • Balanced individual batch receipts with store sales reports at end of the day and assisted with resolving over/shorts as needed.
  • Reviewed all end of day sales reports and counted all revenue at the end of the day.
  • Included warehousing/shipping, staff scheduling, reviewing and evaluating sales reports, payroll sheets and store inventory.
  • Completed weekly sales reports, approved payroll and scheduling, employee relations and HR issues.
  • Used an IBM computer to do daily reports, demographics, sales reports.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly sales reports for local and regional management.
  • Organized and maintained monthly, weekly, and daily sales reports.
  • Organized bank transactions as well as regular sales reports.
  • Prepared bank deposits and daily sales reports.
  • Created daily & monthly sales reports.
  • Prepare daily sales reports and payroll.
  • Generated monthly and annual sales reports.
  • Analyzed sales reports and data determining business needs and establishing business strategies for increasing overall store revenue.
  • Store Manager Duties included supervision and training of sales personnel, set up working schedules, preparation of sales reports.
  • Handled all sales transactions, prepared sales reports daily & bank deposits Inventoried stock and requisitioned new stock from suppliers.
  • Prepare daily sales reports and payroll Handle all merchandising, inventory control, ordering, and maintenance functions.
  • Input data to prepare daliy sales reports and regularly use weekly and monthly data to develop sales and promotional strategies.

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24. Sales Volume
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  • Analyzed financial transactions; assisted with large sales volume and purchased products and supplies; ensured products were under quality control.
  • Pushed sales volume to 3 million and store was in top five in company in volume increase.
  • Design a marketing plan; then implement that plan to increase sales volume through new business.
  • Managed store operations with $540,000 yearly sales volume, including supervising and training 6 employees.
  • Managed day to day operations of the highest sales volume store in our district.
  • Developed loyal customer base and increased sales volume through proactive customer service.
  • Increased sales volume by 150 percent in less than one year.
  • Managed five different Kay stores, each with increasing sales volume.
  • Received a promotion to manage a store larger in sales volume.
  • Increased sales volume from $1.2 million to $2.8million.
  • Increased sales volume by 5% during fiscal year.
  • Forecast future sales volumes to maximize profits.
  • Store manager at high sales volume location.
  • Promoted to higher sales volume store.
  • Increased sales volume by 25% in less than 3 years.
  • Monitor and address operational efficiencies and attainment of budgeted sales volumes.
  • Maintained sole accountability for doubling sales volume in the second year of business and by reaching over $ 100,000 during 2004.
  • Selected Contributions: Increased gross sales volume 10% in first year and 12% in second year.
  • Coordinated community fashion shows to promote store merchandise and generate and increase sales volume.
  • Manage P/L, and over all operations of my store Store sales volume was at 3 million/year.

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25. Financial Statements
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  • Determine marketing strategy changes by reviewing operating and financial statements and departmental sales records.
  • Maintain financial statements, banking, purchasing activities and inventory/supply replenishment.
  • Analyzed and presented financial statements to the senior management.
  • Prepared monthly consolidated financial statements and analyzed results.
  • Analyze operating and financial statements for profitability ratios.
  • Review operating and financial statements for profitability rations.
  • Calculate, prepare, and issue bills, invoices, account statements, and other financial statements according to established procedures.
  • Reviewed store financial statements, communicated results to store staff and set goals for coworkers that would maximize store profits.
  • Review financial statements, sales, activity reports, and other performance data to measure productivity and goal achievement.
  • Prepared general ledger entries, top to bottom responsibility for several major sections of the financial statements.
  • Reviewed financial statements, sales and activity reports, and other performance data.
  • Handled all monetary transactions, balanced financial statements, and deposited nightly monies.
  • Review financial statements, sales and activity reports and program improvement.
  • Planned yearly budgets for store and prepared financial statements.
  • Maintain operation of store and report monthly financial statements.
  • Prepare job cost reports and financial statements for owner.
  • Computed hours worked and some financial statements.
  • Reviewed sales reports and financial statements.
  • Market merchandise by studying advertising, sales promotion, and display plans; analyzing operating and financial statements for profitability ratios.
  • Exceeded planned sales of +5.6% and +11.1% for 2010 Fiscal Year Prepared monthly closing financial statements.

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26. Customer Base
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  • Increased location's customer base while exceeding performance expectations.
  • Maintain healthy / positive customer base without discrepancies
  • Managed retail business that included video rentals and sales; tanning salon with large inventory and customer base.
  • Ensured that the staff provided outstanding customer services and high quality shopping experience to grow customer base.
  • Design and execute local store marketing events to create customer base and build new product lines.
  • Developed and fostered a relationship with customer that grew our wholesale customer base.
  • Maintain an understanding of local market, operations based selling and customer base.
  • Promoted new company products to customer base to assist with sales objectives.
  • Implemented marketing strategies which resulted in 12% growth of customer base.
  • Increased customer base by 50% at the new Verizon store.
  • Increased customer base and retained existing customer both locally and abroad.
  • Scheduled to the needs of the business and customer base.
  • Increase customer base and develop relationship and provide excellent service.
  • Recognize new customer base and kept up with local competitors.
  • Received praise by customer base for excellent service.
  • Create lasting customer relationships to maintain customer base.
  • Conducted market analysis to identify opportunities to expand customer base and to provide affordable and attractive merchandise to younger generation.
  • Developed new outreach methods to build customer base such as arranging Meetup groups to practice languages together.
  • Purchased hardlines and sourced special order items for a varied customer base.
  • Demonstrated track record of increasing revenues Developed a loyal customer base and referral network Supervised sales associates

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27. Day-To-Day Operations
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  • Oversee day-to-day operations including inventory management, manage employees to follow company guidelines, implemented new company stocking procedures.
  • Managed day-to-day operations for managing a restaurant, supporting swift and positive resolutions.
  • Manage day-to-day operations, with customer first awareness.
  • Store manager responsible for all day-to-day operations.
  • Managed day-to-day operations for outlet stores.
  • Lead the store in day-to-day operations, ensuring every customer's needs and expectations are met.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of a rue21 store, reported directly to the District Manager.
  • Oversee 40+ employees and the day-to-day operations of a Fast Food Restaurant chain.
  • Store Manager, Canton, MI, 20052008 Managed day-to-day operations.
  • Work closely with the Assistant Manager in the day-to-day operations.
  • Manage day-to-day operations on sales floor and installation bay.
  • Direct day-to-day operations of full store and team.
  • Direct all day-to-day operations of 6,500 sq.
  • Direct day-to-day operations of 56,000 sq.
  • Manage small business day-to-day operations Supervise daily work for other techs and schedule all work to be done daily.
  • Oversee day-to-day operations of licensed Starbucks store within multi-unit food venue.
  • Handle all day-to-day operations of a multi-million dollar retail outlet.
  • Managed all aspects of day-to-day operations Managed and supervised staff Inside sales of electronic parts and equipment
  • Managed day-to-day operations for in store retail as well as our wholesle market.
  • Full Time) Manage day-to-day operations of a front-end store for local beauty supply distributor.

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28. Sales Plan
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  • Converted a stagnant store, suffering from loss prevention issues to a top corporate performer on percent over sales plan.
  • Prepared budget reports for upcoming months explaining and showing sales plan in order to achieve budget and sales goals.
  • Review and compare store success and develop budget plan and sales plan to meet the company goal.
  • Created, maintained, and implemented sales plans, schedules, cellular contracts, and operations budget.
  • Hired sales staff of 25 employees and incorporated innovative methods to attain monthly sales plans.
  • Maintained bookkeeping activities and implemented targeted sales plans to meet and exceed quotas.
  • Ranked #1 three years consecutive in district making sales plan.
  • Created weekly sales plans to assist employees in achieving sales goals.
  • Recognized for consistent achievement of sales plan for all three locations.
  • Provided the leadership necessary to execute and achieve sales plans.
  • Exceeded corporate sales plan for inaugural year by 10%.
  • Worked with outside sales to execute my sales plan.
  • Develop successful sales plans to grow store s profitability.
  • Achieved and exceed productivity and sales plan expectations.
  • Meet sales plans and expectations.
  • Exceeded sales plan by 8% (2012).
  • Exceeded sales plan by 12%YTD.
  • Assist in development of and responsible for managing sales plans, profit margins, payroll, and all controllable expenses.
  • Key Achievements: Led sales teams in exceeding annual sales plans by over 110%.
  • Turned around underperforming store to make sales plan for 2 consecutive years.

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29. Sales Performance
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  • Required to meet assigned sales performance and profitability criteria through weekly/ monthly/yearly reporting.
  • Achieved top percentile individual sales performance for Southeastern Michigan region.
  • Drive both individual and team sales performance results by proactively implementing sales techniques that provide the atmosphere to accomplish set goals.
  • Train and coach: daily store operations, new guidelines and procedures, and conduct weekly meetings to drive store sales performance
  • Motivate and inspire team members for high sales performance and friendly, responsive customer service.
  • Analyzed sales performance to determine reorder points, markups, and general expenses.
  • Managed operational controls, loss prevention, inventory control, and sales performance.
  • Utilize Company-provided tools and reports to drive sales and improve store sales performance.
  • Motivated sales associates and guides them to create a higher sales performance.
  • Monitor daily sales performance and react to opportunities to improve results.
  • Recognized for top sales performance on state shows and diamond shows.
  • Increased sales performance and efficiency of day-to- day retail operations.
  • Manage and create employee schedules based on traffic/ sales performance.
  • Created work schedule and monitored employee sales performance.
  • Achieved top percentile individual and store sales performance.
  • Manage sales performance, implement store initiatives.
  • Received several awards for maintaining highest percentage above prior year in specialized promotions and overall sales performance.
  • Recognized for superior store sales performance in 1998, travelled company paid to Disney World, Florida as a reward.
  • Coached and developed RSCs in sales performance Instructed staff on appropriately handling complicated sales processes
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30. Data Entry
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  • Conducted Point-of-Sale data entry and maintenance.
  • Inventory, data entry, sales Report Completion and Submission, Cash Deposits, Placing Orders, Employee Scheduling, Customer Service
  • Fixed broken phones, data entry, key holder, took inventory, counted money at the end of shift.
  • Assisted in all areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, file organization, research and development.
  • Administer duties/programs such as drug testing, background checks, WOTC, and data entry into the Applicant Tracking System
  • Handled the selection, set up and data entry of store inventory into a point of sale system.
  • Inventory management and data entry along with supervision over 5 member team including training, hiring and payroll.
  • Document invoices, purchase orders, weekly audits, data entry Shipping and Receiving of merchandise from vendors.
  • Performed administrative duties including payroll, ordering new products, data entry, and commission payouts.
  • Perform filing, data entry management, accounts receivable and all other office administrative duties.
  • Perform data entry for payroll for all employees and order all merchandise involve for the store
  • Cash Handling, Daily Deposits, Daily Data Entry, Back office processes.
  • Performed data entry function and assisted in training staff in software usage.
  • Handled scheduling, truck ordering, data entry, inventory.
  • Assist customers using Helios System (Data Entry).
  • Prepared data entry, spread sheets and power point.
  • Cashier, Data entry, Merchandise ordering, Staffing
  • Performed all data entry of inventory.
  • Conducted routine data entry and sales monitoring Handled reordering, receiving and returns for books, stationery, and sidelines.
  • Manage sales associates Ran shifts Shipping and receiving Multi-tasking Data entry/payment invoicing Special ordering One on One Customer service Advertising /Sign changing

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31. Revenue Growth
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  • Leveraged exceptional interpersonal skills to forge lasting customer rapport, driving repeat / referral business and increasing store revenue growth.
  • Formulated, developed, and executed strategies to spur top-line revenue growth while minimizing costs to maximize profit margins.
  • Redesigned QFC meat schematics maximizing space to sales ratio, an integral piece of 12.9% revenue growth.
  • Established revenue growth from 2010-present, with increased revenues of nearly $3,500 per week over my tenure.
  • Directed all store operations, processes and procedures - maintaining constant profitability, revenue growth and customer satisfaction.
  • Generated continuous annual revenue growth throughout tenure with this grocery store and consistently met or exceeded established goals.
  • Directed operations for $4 million location, including training, revenue growth, and inventory control.
  • Purchased inventory, determined price points, and managed promotions, which optimized revenue growth.
  • Execute the development of long and short-term plans to drive optimal performance and revenue growth.
  • Devise and implement innovative marketing principles and promotional sales events to further support revenue growth.
  • Managed core operational functions with a focus on cost reductions, productivity and revenue growth.
  • Created and executed actionable plans to capitalize on market opportunities and support steady revenue growth.
  • Provide guidance to Store Managers on effective revenue growth, cost controls and profitability strategies.
  • Led the district in sales contests, and year over year revenue growth.
  • Delivered revenue growth above target and recouped start-up costs ahead of schedule.
  • Increased revenue growth each quarter with margins of 15% or greater.
  • Maximized site sales objectives and revenue growth.
  • Support sales objectives and revenue growth.
  • Exceeded branch revenue growth targets consistently.
  • Key Contributions Created a more effective sales and support team that contributed to significant revenue growth.

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32. Office Supplies
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  • Maintain the store by cleaning, organizing, and ordering items as needed such as accessories and office supplies.
  • Managed inventory and office supplies on a monthly basis with a focus on keeping P&L in balance.
  • Operated internal Supply Store inside Missile Defense Agency that handled both office supplies and equipment and meeting support.
  • Managed incoming and outgoing calls for busy Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  • Coordinated purchasing and inventory control with executive chef of paper product, office supplies and goods.
  • Manage spending of petty cash, shop/office supplies, and labor expenses to maximize profits.
  • Ordered all store supplies such as hangers, cleaning supplies, mannequins and office supplies.
  • Executed all purchases of art materials, textbooks, office supplies, and gift merchandise.
  • Ordered office supplies, maintained equipment, managed inventory levels, and approved billings.
  • Ordered and distributed office supplies while adhering to a fixed office budget.
  • Sourced and negotiated purchase of office supplies, fixtures, and equipment.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  • Prepared, selected and transmitted merchandise requisitions and office supplies orders.
  • Keep list of office supplies and order when necessary.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization and upkeep.
  • Administered with office supplies, equipment, and inventory.
  • Monitored and maintained office supplies.
  • Inventoried and ordered office supplies.
  • Handled all ordering of office supplies and analyzed sales and stock figures for purchasing of stock.
  • Job Duties: Order office supplies Manage payroll Giving great customer service Attend Manager meetings

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33. Repeat Business
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Here's how Repeat Business is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Retail store manager responsible for building and sustaining a customer-focus environment which delivers profit increases and encourages repeat business.
  • Demonstrate diplomacy and professionalism in resolving customer problems; provide strong customer support to generate loyalty/repeat business.
  • Maximized sales opportunities by developing relationships with business clients to get their repeat business.
  • Ensured customers had an excellent experience to encourage repeat business and maximize profits.
  • Generate repeat business by developing and maintain strong team devoted to customer service
  • Provided superior customer service, increasing revenue and fostering repeat business.
  • Provided excellent customer service to ensure customer satisfaction for repeat business.
  • Generated repeat business through exceptional customer service and product knowledge.
  • Ensured customer satisfaction to boost referrals and repeat business.
  • Develop lasting relationships with customers to ensure repeat business.
  • Established excellent customer relationships resulting in repeat business.
  • Generated repeat business utilizing suggestive selling techniques.
  • Generated repeat business through exceptional customer service.
  • Maintain Public/Guest Relations for repeat Business.
  • Build relationships with local businesses and clientele from initial contact to develop and increase business base and repeat business.
  • Created a clientele program to build a repeat business that was essential to the stores' overall success.
  • Generated repeat business through successful client follow-up, generated over a million dollars in new sales revenue.
  • Developed successful, long termed relationships with customers, resulting in repeat business.
  • Developed successful, long-term relationships with customers, resulting in repeat business Counted cash drawers and made bank deposits.
  • Increased sales volume by 15% in less than 1 year Generated repeat business through exceptional customer service.

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34. Weekly Basis
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  • Managed allotted staffing hours effectively on a weekly basis.
  • Performed inventory function on weekly basis.
  • Neutralize problems with pick up and deliveries as well as retail stock replenishment ordering on a weekly basis with 30+ vendors.
  • Report to Corporate and District Manager of my current status on a weekly basis through phone conversations and conference calls.
  • Conduct monthly one-on-one sessions with managers, who in turn touched bases with store associates on a weekly basis.
  • Interfaced with merchandisers and buyers on a weekly basis to tweak product assortment, leading to increase sales.
  • Head merchandiser for all window and in store displays of stock, changed on a weekly basis.
  • Reorganized the sales floor to meet company demands on a weekly basis without a company merchandising document.
  • Conduct group interviews on a weekly basis to ensure we are completely staffed at all times.
  • Ordered only what was necessary to successfully run each store on a weekly basis.
  • Execute store visits and provide tailored training to Store Managers on a weekly basis.
  • Evaluate departments on a weekly basis to correct standard deficiencies and develop store associates.
  • Facilitated meetings regarding sales goals and store setup on a weekly basis.
  • Order items needed for the store on a weekly basis.
  • Supervised and coached employees on a weekly basis.
  • Created work schedule on a weekly basis.
  • Manage inventory levels on a weekly basis.
  • Schedule staff on a weekly basis.
  • Store Operation Manager Responsible for creating the schedule of 45+ associates on a weekly basis.
  • Process payroll on a bi-weekly basis through Kronos Time and Attendance.

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35. Kpis
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  • Delivered consistent comp increases in all KPIs (UPT, ADT and conversion) for both 2011 and 2012 fiscal years.
  • Analyzed business acumen and communicated clear action plans to leadership team to optimize KPIs in managing a one million dollar store.
  • Managed team to deliver KPIs and compliance throughout the operation, while delivering excellent standards of customer service.
  • Analyzed operating Statements, KPIs and Scorecards, created action plans for improvement, and monitored results.
  • Measured daily performance, collection and budget metrics, including reporting of KPIs to District Manager.
  • Conducted research to effectively analyze current store performance KPIs such as store traffic and customer conversion.
  • Run consistent MOD segments with strong KPIs through effective coaching and zoning of all associates.
  • Introduced statistical forms to measure key performance metrics (KPIs) of the sales associates.
  • Tracked KPIs such as percent of service contracts sold to sales on a daily basis.
  • Run sales floor while maintaining specific metrics and KPIs (UPT/AVT/Conversion, etc.)
  • Resolved issues and focus on a team-centered effort to drive sales and all KPIs.
  • Controlled inventories, profit margins, staff, marketing and general KPIs.
  • Control and reduce expenses by diligently reviewing KPIs and reports.
  • Drive all KPIs including SPT and conversion.
  • Exceeded company standard of measurable KPIs.
  • Staff achieved KPIs and monthly targets.
  • Increased KPIs across the board 7% YOY from 2014 to 2015.
  • Improved performance in all KPIs from underperforming to exceeding company expectations.
  • Acheived monthly, and yearly quota both in volume, and KPIs.
  • Managed a store team of 8+ chocolatiers Analyzed daily sales, KPIs, and all categories.

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36. Visual Standards
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Here's how Visual Standards is used in Store Manager jobs:
  • Developed business strategies and delivered results for store through managing, merchandising, visual standards, store operations and human resources.
  • Ensured that the highest level of client service and visual standards were maintained on the sales floor at all times.
  • Manage all visual standards in the store, including merchandise presentation, signage, lighting and general maintenance.
  • Planned, executed and trained sales team on all floor moves and visual standards in a +7,000sq.
  • Implemented and monitored loss prevention programs, maintained high level of merchandising and visual standards.
  • Implement promotions, visual standards, and company directives in a prompt and timely manner.
  • Executed all corporate directives to improve visual standards, profitability, and product flow.
  • Directed and supervised employees engage in sales, inventory-taking, and visual standards.
  • Analyzed and utilized tools and reports to drive business and visual standards.
  • Developed outstanding visual standards and display techniques for the sales floor.
  • Set and maintained store to visual standards per company guidelines.
  • Set high standards and maintained operational excellence and visual standards.
  • Maintain all visual standards as outlined by the company.
  • Implement visual standards, window presentation and mannequins.
  • Executed and maintained all aspects of visual standards.
  • Merchandised, restocked and maintained visual standards.
  • Keep store up to company visual standards.
  • Maintain Visual standards and daily operations.
  • Maintained visual standards while maximize square Footage
  • Ensured store's visual standards are met at all times by ensuring the proper dispensing and arrangement of product.

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37. Assets
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  • Monitor and oversee customer satisfaction, proper management and protection of company assets.
  • Protected company assets and mitigated damages during repeated episodes of water intrusion.
  • Facilitated and reconciled inventories every week, whilst safeguarding all company assets.
  • Protect company assets through effective inventory control and loss prevention practices.
  • Monitored all company assets while conducting audit and inventory assessments.
  • Maximize profits while controlling expenses and protecting company assets.
  • Completed weekly inventory of company assets.
  • Utilize all assets and resources available, maximizing employee productivity and performance to achieve corporate goals and objectives.
  • Work with the Field Operations Lead to manage hardware assets used for in store processes.
  • Manage Assets * P&L Reports * Scheduling * Supervised and trained 10+ employees Experience
  • Managed the assets of the store and supervised the normal operation of the store.
  • Maximized sales by ensuring customer service and zone coverage and protected all company assets.
  • Drive operational efficiency to help minimize risk and protect the store s assets.
  • Captured the real-time updated assets and sending the notifications to Springboard application server.
  • Protect company assets through audits, inventory control, and expense management.
  • Managed assets and supply requests within store.
  • Managed assets of $10 million/daily.
  • Protected store assets and inventory.
  • Protect and maintain company assets.
  • Manage the day to day operations of the store *Hire, Train, Supervise staff *Protect company assets

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38. Safety Guidelines
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  • General restaurant management responsibilities included prep work, obeying safety guidelines, and maintaining cleanliness and restaurant aesthetics.
  • Managed warehouse and employees to ensure proper inventory and safety guidelines were utilized.
  • Maintained corporate safety guidelines and facility cleanliness standards.
  • Established safety guidelines and procedures and provide ongoing training to maintain focus on the customer, products, and services.
  • Ensured all employees have completed all required training guidelines while adhering to all policies and procedures including safety guidelines.
  • Cleaned meat cases, storage areas and work areas, following all health and safety guidelines.
  • Enforced all company specific safety guidelines, ensuring standards are a part of daily practice.
  • Ensured that health and safety guidelines were met, including proper functioning of store equipment.
  • Ensured all health and safety guidelines were communicated and followed by all members of team
  • Prepared and served food and drinks while observing all food safety guidelines.
  • Adhere to and uphold all company safety guidelines and safe work practices.
  • Supervised maintenance and cleaning of entire store in accordance with safety guidelines.
  • Maintained safety standards through cleaning routines and coaching on food safety guidelines.
  • Maintained a clean working environment that met all safety guidelines.
  • Adhered to all policies and procedures including safety guidelines.
  • Ensured food safety guidelines were followed by all employees.
  • Helped implement safety guidelines, policies, and teamwork.
  • Followed safety guidelines for gas pumps.
  • Have complete knowledge of all food safety guidelines .
  • Perform work/task accurately, in a timely manner and without accidents Follow all safety guidelines.

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39. Sales Activities
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  • Monitor sales activities to ensure that customers receive satisfactory service and quality goods.
  • Monitor sales activities to ensure customers received satisfactory service.
  • Expected to create a productive work environment and responsible for the development and performance of all sales activities within location.
  • Recruited, hired, trained and coordinated new employees for front store sales activities and pharmacy to maximize store productivity.
  • Coached and trained all colleagues to maximize all outbound sales activities to identify potential opportunities to grow the branches results.
  • Monitor associates' retail and commercial sales activities to verify understanding and compliance, and train when necessary.
  • Communicate with corporate on logistics activities, and modify schedule based on sales activities to meet payroll plan.
  • Develop, implement and monitor sales activities, plans and competitions for multiple locations.
  • Set daily and weekly goals related to stores sales activities as well as collections.
  • Ensured and followed-up all store activities concerning campaigns, promotions, and sales activities.
  • Set daily & weekly goals related to the store's sales activities.
  • Managed all customer sales activities and addressed and solved customer service issues.
  • Oversee all operations, marketing and sales activities for the store.
  • Helped employees individually in meeting monthly quotas and increase sales activities.
  • Developed sales reports to record sales activities to management.
  • Assisted to forecast all sales activities as per requirement.
  • Compiled all daily figures and charted monthly sales activities.
  • Maintain knowledge of store inventory and sales activities.
  • Directed pricing and sales activities.
  • Monitor sales activities to ensure that customers have received exceptional service and quality products.

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40. Financial Objectives
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  • Achieve financial objectives by preparing a weekly budgets; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
  • Assured achievement of financial objectives, expense management, and made necessary adjustments to obtain overall store profitability.
  • Achieved financial objectives by following an annual budget, reviewed payroll dollars and initiated corrective actions.
  • Achieve financial objectives by preparing monthly budgets and scheduling expenditures.
  • Achieved financial objectives through scheduling and inventory measures.
  • Executed monthly and daily financial objectives.
  • Achieved and increasing financial objectives.
  • Achieved financial objectives by reviewing sales trends, determining additional sales promotion, and authorizing clearance sales.
  • Help to achieve financial objectives by preparing budget and scheduling based on needs of the store.
  • Developed both short and long term sales strategies; executed strategies to achieve financial objectives.
  • Achieve financial objectives and work to maintain the stability and reputation of the store.
  • Achieve financial objectives (sales, payroll, shrinkage, operating profit).
  • Achieve financial objectives by reviewing and working to an annual, monthly budget.
  • Achieved financial objectives by analyzing sales, productivity, and conversion reports.
  • Provide orientation to employees and provide them with their financial objectives.
  • Achieve financial objectives by preparing a weekly budget.
  • Achieve financial objectives and goals.
  • Followed Atwoods operational procedures and policies to help maximize customer service, employees productivity, and obtain financial objectives.
  • Analyzed financial information obtained from clients to determine strategies for meeting clients' financial objectives.
  • Maintain store staff with orientation, counseling and positive reinforcement Achieve financial objectives.

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41. Job Results
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  • Monitored and assessed job results and administered disciplinary actions when necessary.
  • Drive productivity by training, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
  • Maintain store staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees, planning, monitoring and appraising job results.
  • Accomplished excellent store team member job results through; coaching, counseling, monitoring, and praising positive job results.
  • Sustained national sales staff job results by counseling and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
  • Preserved proficiency through coaching, counseling, and disciplinary action; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
  • Maintained a store staff of 10-12 employees by monitoring, supervising, providing corrective action and appraising job results.
  • Recruited, hired, trained, and maintained job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees.
  • Maintained warehouse staff job results by recruiting, selecting, orienting and training employees.
  • Maintain store staff job results by coaching, supervising, and disciplining employees.
  • Managed store staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees.
  • Maintained store staff job results by organizing weekly coaching and counseling meetings.
  • Maintain staff job results by couching, counseling and disciplining employees.
  • Coached staff on performance and reviewed job results to optimize performance.
  • Maintain store staff job results by coaching and praising job results.
  • Counseled employees, planned, and monitored job results.
  • Plan, monitor, and appraise job results.
  • Maintained store staff job results.
  • Maintained store staff job results by achieveing financial objectives set by District Manager.
  • Maintained store results by coaching,counseling and disciplining employees,planning monitoring and appraising job results.

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42. Special Orders
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  • Communicated with vendors regarding back ordering, future inventory and special orders.
  • Communicate with warehouse personnel, working closely with Warehouse Manager on special orders, inventory and upgrades to stock.
  • Take phone calls at a high volume calling, including customers, salesmen and other special orders.
  • Performed inventory logging, control, ordering, and special orders for customers.
  • Maintain inventory levels, order merchandise, and independently track all special orders.
  • Entrust to handle customer relations, refunds, exchanges, special orders & complaints
  • Work the sales floor and handle customer special orders on a daily basis.
  • Updated my Superior on flower orders, special orders, and urgent messages.
  • Sheet Metal Fabricator - Trained to build sheet metal gutters and special orders.
  • Handled processing special orders: payment, shipment, and inventory updates.
  • Created purchase orders for store replenishment and special orders for customers.
  • Place special orders or call other stores to find desired items.
  • Inventory, Special Orders, Sales Associate, Opening and Closing.
  • Designed blueprints for special orders / fluent with SX program.
  • Managed all highly detailed special orders and repairs.
  • Performed purchasing, special orders and inventory control.
  • Placed special orders for customers.
  • Computed sales prices, total purchases and processed payments.Placed special orders and called other stores to find desired items.
  • Manage merchandise flow, floor moves, displays, markdowns, sale preparation, order supplies and and special orders.
  • Lead Sales Purchasing Special Orders Certified Fitter of Customer Orthotics and Footwear Store Merchandising

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43. Special Events
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  • Schedule and organize special events and utilize corresponding materials to increase overall business.
  • Participated in special events and promotional activities for improving sales results.
  • Manage customer and community special events.
  • Played a key role in advertising sessions- Organized trade-shows, special events, exhibitions and displays.
  • Organized special events at the bar, including receptions, promotions and corporate outings.
  • Implemented corporate and individual special events programs, which focused on increasing sales results.
  • Planned monthly Diversity Meals and other monthly special events for the cafeteria.
  • Coordinated retail and gift packing for special events and groups.
  • Facilitated setup and staffing for special events and book signings.
  • Implemented strategies to increase store traffic with special events.
  • Planned and managed sales and special events, increasing sales
  • Plan parties or other special events and services.
  • Develop and organize special events to increase sales.
  • Organized and managed special events and promotions.
  • Coordinated all facets of successful special events.
  • Implement winning strategies for special events.
  • Marketed products by several different methods including door-hangers and running regional special events.
  • Directed special events in the store by doing private trunk shows to VIP clients and spring trend event.
  • Ensured that store shelves were well stocked, sufficient back stock for special events.
  • Job Responsibilities: Assisting owner with Sales & Marketing Manage Special Events at Gallery Inventory Management

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44. Store Procedures
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  • Executed daily operations of store procedures.
  • Retrained all current managers on store procedures and policies, ensuring company expectations being met.
  • Worked with middle management to design store procedures that better served customer needs.
  • Maintain knowledge of changing store procedures as well as new products coming out.
  • Trained Assistant Manager on store procedures, payroll, merchandising and sales leadership.
  • Trained & assessed staff in all store procedures according to company guidelines.
  • Advised franchisee with store procedures as special assignment in December 2014.
  • Trained all new members of management on store procedures and policies.
  • Enforce all Store procedures and policies ensuring proper rotation and storage.
  • Trained all new employees on store procedures and policies.
  • Provided valuable input for new store procedures and operations.
  • Trained new employees on store procedures and floor awareness
  • Implement and controlling store procedures.
  • Assisted complying with store procedures.
  • Trained all new managers on store procedures and policies.Responsible for writing orders, supply requests to replenish merchandise.
  • Ensured store procedures are followed to reduce and eliminate shrinkage/loss within the stores capacity (Loss Prevention).
  • Trained staff to deliver outstanding customer service.Trained all new managers on store procedures and policies.
  • Trained staff in store procedures, safety, customer relations.
  • Trained all new managers on store procedures and ploicies.
  • Maintained daily store procedures & policies.

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45. Potential Candidates
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  • Discovered internal hi-potential candidates for promotion by developing and co-chairing assistant manager panel business review process.
  • Utilized applicant inventory databases to search for and identify potential candidates to fill vacancies.
  • Recruited and interviewed potential candidates for different positions and designed training programs.
  • Interviewed and hired potential candidates.
  • Participated as a member of the recruiting team that visited college campuses and recruited potential candidates for the Manager Trainee Program.
  • Recruited, developed and recommended potential candidates for hire or promotions; assisted in people placement for the district.
  • Recruited potential candidates for employment using Michigan Talent Bank, Indeed, and other various job search engines.
  • Network and Recruit to establish relationships in order to identify and hire qualified, high potential candidates.
  • Processed background check for potential candidates as well as new hire packets ensuring high levels of accuracy.
  • Identified and trained several high potential candidates; increasing employee retention rates.
  • Conduct interviews for all potential candidates for open staff positions.
  • Interview potential candidates, complete background and reference checks.
  • Assist with recruiting potential candidates for retail positions.
  • Interviewed & hired potential candidates for open positions.
  • Conducted interviews and screened potential candidates to hire.
  • Interviewed potential candidates for the store.
  • Identify potential candidates using Taleo system.
  • Recruited, interviewed, researched and hired potential candidates through new hire training programs, conducted employee evaluations and exit interviews.
  • Team Size: 8 Expertise: Trained potential candidates for store management
  • Use Taleo to recruit and interview potential candidates.

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46. Direct Reports
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  • Performed various roles of increasing responsibility culminating in management roles with 12 direct reports Including retail sales associates and assistant store managers
  • Motivated and inspired direct reports and team to ensure a positive learning environment and morale by implementing reward and recognition plans.
  • Supervised and coached direct reports in the performance of their duties; completes performance reviews and provides feedback to direct reports.
  • Manage 10 direct reports and their development within the organization by acting as a floor coach, mentor and manager.
  • Led a staff of 20 Direct Reports to deliver a failing location into profitability and consistent increases within a month.
  • Manage 5 direct reports, responsible for 1,112 customer accounts, $15,000 cash dealings and transactions daily.
  • Developed multiple direct reports into qualified store managers for the assigned district as well as surrounding districts.
  • Complete scheduling, performance evaluations, and disciplinary actions, including termination, for direct reports.
  • Coach and counsel employees, write and delivered performance reviews for direct reports and staff.
  • Supervised 4 direct reports, processed daily and weekly transactions for short-term and title loans.
  • Managed a $2.2 million dollar running store with a staff of 20 direct reports.
  • Managed team of 6 direct reports in a mid volume location.
  • Prepared and distributed payroll for staff of 20 direct reports.
  • Created training and development plans for all direct reports.
  • Managed eight (8) direct reports.
  • Manage a group 76 direct reports.
  • Manage, train, and coach 22 direct reports.
  • Managed a team of 5 to 10, including hourly employees and four supervisor direct reports.
  • Develop direct reports on a daily basis.
  • Reconized for for talent development with in regional, responsible for developing four direct reports over the past 2 years.

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47. Annual Budget
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  • Achieve financial objectives by preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, and initiating corrective action when necessary.
  • Achieved financial objectives by executing the annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
  • Managed financial/cost analysis for annual budget of $50,000 for store inventory and to support supply/logistics requirements.
  • Prepared annual budget; scheduled expenditures;scheduled expenditures; analyzed variances and initiated corrective actions.
  • Perform annual budgeting, including capital requirements, and implement weekly forecasting and reporting.
  • Prepared bi-annual and annual budgets to maintain profitability.
  • Exceed all financial objectives by preparing an annual budget for payroll, scheduling expenditures, and analyzing variances.
  • Prepared monthly and annual budgets, expenditures, analyzed variances, and initiated corrective actions when needed.
  • Set and achieve individual as well as group oriented sales goals as required by annual budget.
  • Conducted monthly and annual budget reviews and develop plans meeting or beating budget goals.
  • Developed annual budget for payroll, projected sales, and inventory control.
  • Managed two locations with annual budget of over $1 million.
  • Prepared annual budgets and forecasts that consistently met or exceeded goals.
  • Achieve store financial objectives by preparing and following an annual budget.
  • Managed 120-165 associates with a $35,000,000 annual budget.
  • Manage 6 associates with a $1,500,000 annual budget.
  • Updated and executed annual budgets and business plans.
  • Prepared and managed annual budget of $400,000.
  • Prepared achieves for an annual budget.
  • Operated a 35,000 ft retail store and donation-processing centre with a $1million annual budget.

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48. Monthly Basis
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  • Managed sales staff, including insuring sales goals were met on a monthly basis, which propelled overall profit growth.
  • Achieved 100% target on a monthly basis resulting in employees receiving incentive payouts 7 out of 12 months.
  • Received the highest quantity of Customer Surveys on a monthly basis 100+ averaging scores 90% and above.
  • Appropriate funds for sales tax payments on a weekly basis and payroll tax payments on a monthly basis.
  • Set staff scheduling on a daily/weekly/monthly basis to ensure all business development goals and objectives met.
  • Lead team in the custom to attain sales projections on a monthly basis of 110%.
  • Distribute payroll to proper departments on a weekly and monthly basis to increase overall store profitability.
  • Manage employees and made sure our quotas were met on a daily and monthly basis.
  • Create sales goals on a monthly basis and assist the team in achieving sales goals.
  • Monitored and reviewed store performance on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
  • Reorganized the sales floor to meet company demands on a monthly basis.
  • Led team members to ensure store met quota on a monthly basis.
  • Interacted and met with vendors on a daily/weekly and monthly basis.
  • Compile inventory reports on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
  • Count and document Inventory on a monthly basis.
  • Review P & L on a monthly basis.
  • Created action plans to increase profit and controled variable expenses by evaluating the P&L on a monthly basis.
  • Attend sales workshops on a monthly basis to learn latest techniques.
  • Managed operating budget and wages on adaily and monthly basis.
  • Cashier Took inventory on a weekly and monthly basis Answered phones Trained all employees Resolved delinquent accounts for store

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49. Monthly Reports
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  • Prepared and submitted monthly sales/profit forecasts to the District Manager and created business plans and daily/weekly/monthly reports.
  • Distributed sales reports and analysis including daily/weekly & monthly reports to corporate office.
  • Completed daily/weekly/monthly reports and conducted interviews for prospective future employees.
  • Prepared monthly reports regarding employee productivity and quality assessments.
  • Tracked store expenses, created monthly reports, prepared invoices, Accounts Receivable/Payable and banking.
  • Created daily, weekly, and monthly reports for all loans and receipts.
  • Provided monthly reports on products, procedure, billing, and customer issues.
  • Submit accurate nightly, weekly, and monthly reports & orders on time.
  • Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports as required by district manager.
  • Prepare and brief daily, weekly and monthly reports to senior managers.
  • Reviewed all invoices and submitting daily, weekly and monthly reports.
  • Create all daily, weekly and monthly reports.
  • Complete daily, weekly, and monthly reports.
  • Produced and analyzed daily and monthly reports.
  • Handle all daily & monthly reports.
  • Review monthly reports to identify opportunities of improvement in sales quality and compliance.
  • close store, schedule pickups/display merchandise in appropriate manner for quick sale, daily and monthly reports to accounting.
  • Monitor cost control and expences, providing weekly/monthly reports to the franchise owner.
  • Managed sixteen employees * Ran and worked monthly reports * Interviewed and Train new employees
  • Schedule employee work hours .Maintain weekly and monthly reports .Reconcile cash registers and deposits .Inventory management and store layout maintenance

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20 Most Common Skills For A Store Manager

Customer Service

27.0%

Store Operations

15.8%

Payroll

10.8%

Sales Floor

8.1%

Loss Prevention

6.4%

Store Operational Requirements

4.9%

Inventory Control

4.7%

Daily Operations

2.9%

Bank Deposits

2.7%

Human Resources

2.2%

Company Policies

1.9%

Inventory Management

1.8%

Performance Reviews

1.8%

Staff Members

1.6%

Company Standards

1.5%

Weekly Schedules

1.3%

Product Knowledge

1.3%

POS

1.2%

Sales Staff

1.1%

Inventory Levels

1.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Store Manager

Rank Skill
1 Customer Service 23.4%
2 Store Operations 13.7%
3 Payroll 9.3%
4 Sales Floor 7.0%
5 Loss Prevention 5.6%
6 Store Operational Requirements 4.2%
7 Inventory Control 4.1%
8 Daily Operations 2.5%
9 Bank Deposits 2.3%
10 Human Resources 1.9%
11 Company Policies 1.7%
12 Inventory Management 1.6%
13 Performance Reviews 1.6%
14 Staff Members 1.4%
15 Company Standards 1.3%
16 Weekly Schedules 1.2%
17 Product Knowledge 1.1%
18 POS 1.0%
19 Sales Staff 1.0%
20 Inventory Levels 0.9%
21 Annual Sales 0.9%
22 Corrective Action 0.9%
23 Sales Reports 0.8%
24 Sales Volume 0.8%
25 Financial Statements 0.7%
26 Customer Base 0.7%
27 Day-To-Day Operations 0.6%
28 Sales Plan 0.5%
29 Sales Performance 0.5%
30 Data Entry 0.5%
31 Revenue Growth 0.5%
32 Office Supplies 0.4%
33 Repeat Business 0.4%
34 Weekly Basis 0.4%
35 Kpis 0.4%
36 Visual Standards 0.4%
37 Assets 0.4%
38 Safety Guidelines 0.3%
39 Sales Activities 0.3%
40 Financial Objectives 0.3%
41 Job Results 0.3%
42 Special Orders 0.3%
43 Special Events 0.3%
44 Store Procedures 0.3%
45 Potential Candidates 0.3%
46 Direct Reports 0.3%
47 Annual Budget 0.3%
48 Monthly Basis 0.3%
49 Monthly Reports 0.2%
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