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Seasonal Game Advisor – new

GameStop Venice, FL +16 locations

GAME ADVISOR The Game Advisors primary function is to deliver outstanding customer service experiences. The outstanding customer service experiences… Snagajob

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Senior Game Advisor

GameStop Elk River, MN +50 locations

SENIOR GAME ADVISOR The Senior Game Advisors primary function is to assist the store management team in supervising all store activities as well as… Snagajob

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    I have been working at GameStop full-time for more than 5 years


    As a store manager you get plenty of free stuff, some is awesome some is junk. If you can get your store doing well you can have a good work/life balance


    The problems of retail + the company is struggling to find its future, the training is structured solely by the store manager and thus can be very different from store to store. Many managers have a "Do it or you'll get a write up" kind of feel to the store and even upper management has a grading system that has nothing to do with numbers and is structured around how they simply assume your store to be. Almost no hours for staff and staffing expectations set high to compensate for low buy in of employees.

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    I'd build a real training program and an actual way to make it work.

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