About Management New York NY

The store manager or management team has responsibility ranging from departmental to overall establishment. Managers at all levels supervise and assist sales and other employees.

Marcktell Consultant
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515 W 46th St
New York, NY

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New York, NY

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Center For Management Techn
(212) 730-5430
319 W 48TH St
New York, NY

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(212) 627-4806
130 W 24TH St
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Lee Robert
(212) 279-0009
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(212) 674-2677
30 5TH Ave Ste 11G
New York, NY

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(212) 730-6756
247 W 37th St
New York, NY

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(646) 843-9913
15 W. 28th St Ste 7A
New York, NY
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About Management

| Store Management | Marketing/Advertising | Finance | Human Resources |

Store Management

The store manager or management team has responsibility ranging from departmental to overall establishment. Managers at all levels supervise and assist sales and other employees. Additional responsibilities, depending upon store/company size and management level include opening and closing the store, staffing, administration, and financial functions. Promotions to management positions can be earned through experience, or a college-degree may afford direct entry to management trainee programs.

  • To learn more about this area of retailing and opportunities in the Retail industry, visit our partner site, the NRF Foundation:
    NRF Foundation

Marketing/Advertising

Depending upon company size, marketing functions may be centralized in one department, divided into different departments like advertising, sales promotion, art and visual merchandising, public/press relations, or grouped in various combinations. Marketing also conducts focus groups and statistical analysis of customer buying patterns to develop strategies and plans that guide marketing components like ads, websites, store signage, etc.

  • To learn more about this area of retailing and opportunities in the Retail industry, visit our partner site, the NRF Foundation:
    NRF Foundation

Finance

Financial and accounting skills are more than a game in retail; they can be your career! The finance retail career area includes all accounting and treasury functions like accounting for income, paying expenses, compiling and maintaining financial records, money management and cash flow control, banking, investment, and credit lines. Auditory responsibilities may also fall into this retail career area.

  • To learn more about this area of retailing and opportunities in the Retail industry, visit our partner site, the NRF Foundation:
    NRF Foundation

Human Resources

Recruiting and hiring employees is the most obvious part, but retail careers in human resources also include a wealth of other responsibilities such as training and training program design, overseeing compensation and benefits, and planning for and ensuring legal compliance in hiring and employment practices.

  • To learn more about this area of retailing and opportunities in the Retail industry, visit our partner site, the NRF Foundation:
    NRF Foundation

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