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Store Manager

GameStop Redondo Beach, CA +11 locations

STORE MANAGER The Store Manager role is critical to GameStop's success because he or she, using traditional management functions and influential… Snagajob

12 days ago

Assistant Store Manager

GameStop Inglewood, CA +15 locations

ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER The Assistant Store Managers primary function is to support the Store Manager in all facets of store operations including… Snagajob

12 days ago

Senior Game Advisor

GameStop Harbor City, CA +9 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

30+ days ago

Store Manager Designate

GameStop Simi Valley, CA +4 locations

The Store Manager Designate is a developmental role designed to prepare new hires quickly to become Store Managers. Store Manager Designates… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Store Manager  in  North Hills, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Store Manager in North Hills, CA (US)

    I worked at GameStop full-time for more than 5 years


    If you love or are interested in video games, it's worthwhile and at times fun in terms of dealing and interacting with customers who also love video games. You get discounts on video games (both new and used) but not video game consoles. When I worked for the company, I definitely loved the employees/subordinates I worked with.


    Terrible upper management, particularly District Managers. District Managers play favorites. The fact that a District Manager would promote somebody with a High School Diploma over somebody with a Bachelors Degree to Store Manager for the mere fact that he likes that particular person is ridiculous and downright wrong. Let's get one thing straight first, the company prefers to hire Store Managers externally so getting promoted to Store Manager is very difficult no matter how hard you work and show your worth.

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    If a store doesn't reach its numbers, don't use scare tactics towards the store managers and think that will change anything for the better. More likely than not, it makes things worse and stresses the employees. Show professionalism in what you do, be a coach, be a guide for success not failure. A good manager is somebody who is able to mediate and manage different personalities and egos. A good manager is somebody who offers guidance through the good and tough times. A good manager is not somebody in authority all the time - somebody who orders his/her subordinates to do this and that or scares people if they don't meet unrealistic or over the top expectations. Just be a GOOD MANAGER.

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