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Frontend Coach Position

Does anyone know what the base starting salary is this position? Was told more than ASM and less than CO better never heard dollar amount.

Also has anyone had an interview for this position yet? And if so what were the interview questions (thinking of going for the position and would like to be prepared)

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I am currently salaried and got a yellow on the assessment for Coach. How long will this stay on file?? So not be honest on these assessments lol

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Post ID: @nkkm+10KSh6U0

I was just offered the Coach position as an outside hire, I took my dug test and did my background info today. I had a one on one telephone conversation with the store manager and then an in person with the Co-manager. I waited a week and called the store back and they said a recruiter would be getting back to me. Nothing happened so the store started the hiring process. I have not had a formal offer or any discussion about pay and benefits.

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Post ID: @mtli+10KSh6U0

As an APSM I have concerns about this role. I believe my store has already made a decision on the coach and people lead and both are terrible choices. For one I always end up doing all the cash office investigations as it is because the current front end assistant doesn’t know how. Yet I think she is getting the job. So I see that putting more work on my plate as she will need more and more help doing her job. Not to mention she is just way too young and over her head for her current role. Why give her a pay raise to yield the same results? She already can’t staff correctly. Everyone under her quits or transfers because she’s horrible to people. She treats people that’s been with the company 20 plus years like sh*t. Yet she’s only 24. And the people lead? He’s even worse. He was ASM a few years ago, but couldn’t hack it. So he stepped down when they allowed them to when the first wave of changes was coming. But somehow managed to keep his salary the same. He is a support manager now, yet makes $22 an hour. He’ll get a $2 an hour pay raise and will be over the $48,500 assistants make. Therefore he’ll make more than ASMs for a flat 40 hours, yet we’re pulling on average 60 to 70 hours a week and told we need to do more for the store. Personnel is gone, fewer assistants, heavier work load, yet we’re not doing enough. As AP I rarely get to focus on AP because we’re always short handed assistants. I end up closing 3 nights a week and have been for the best yet part of this year. Then I get ripped because I’m not hitting certain numbers. There’s no way this change won’t put a ton more work on my plate (that I won’t be able to get to). When it does I’m dropping my keys off. I won’t be set up for failure.

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Post ID: @fcia+10KSh6U0

Are you sure the Coach salary is 55k-75k? I heard 50k-70k.

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Post ID: @cztq+10KSh6U0

So is it 10% increase from current pay?

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Post ID: @5sxi+10KSh6U0

First, there is not an ASM making less then $48,500. If someone was making less then that, they got bumped up to the minimal pay for the role. This occurred roughly a year ago.

Coaches will have a pay range of $55k to $75k, or 10% increase from current pay. One would assume that’s a possible average as someone making the current minimal salary, one would have to receive a little more then 10%, otherwise remaining salaries would receive 10%

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Post ID: @1ymg+10KSh6U0

OMG not enough money for all the headaches and stress!!

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Post ID: @hqn+10KSh6U0

Does anyone know if you want to apply for a coach position and your not a current ASM do you have to go through regional selection first?

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Post ID: @sew+10KSh6U0

Take this for what it's worth, but I've heard the salary is set on a market by market basis. ASMs start on a mean ave. of 40 K /yr.: cos = 60, so you can run the math on that easily enough.

The 'interview' itself is primarily a 1:1 walk & talk with the SM. Not much in the way of an office exchange. They want to learn your thoughts and approaches regarding the sales floor and back rooms.

Me? I'd look hard at other companies. Walfart is in trouble.

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Post ID: @jdo+10KSh6U0

Minimal starting pay is 55k up to 75k. 15% bonus. For an ASM, this is considered a promotion. With respect to a co, it would be a lateral move.

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