A warehouse manager’s job is to oversee the day-to-day activities of warehouse employees and operations. The warehouse manager might be responsible for assigning tasks, monitoring inventory, or enforcing safety standards. They may also report to a chief executive officer or general manager.
The following are some important skills typically required in this position:
When interviewing a new warehouse manager, you must come prepared as the employer. You’ll want to ask detailed questions about the candidate’s previous experience and how they would approach specific tasks in your warehouse. It is also good to observe the new manager perform some of their typical duties, such as sorting inventory or supervising employees on an assembly line.
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Prior Work Experience
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Problem Solving Abilities
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