General manager £40,000 - £60,000 + car + bonus (to 100%) Department manager £25,000 - £37,000 + bonus (to 30%) n Non Food retail park Format (turnover to £15m) Store manager £25,000 - £45,000 + bonus (to 50%) Department manager £15,000 ­ £27,000 + bonus (to 30%) n fashion out-of-town stores (turnover £8m+) Store manager £30,000 - £40,000 + car + bonus (30%) Deputy manager £18,000 - £25,000 + bonus (20%) Sales/team manager £13,000 - £18,000 + bonus (10%) n fashion top high st stores (£3m - £5m) Store manager £25,000 - £35,000 + bonus (30%) Deputy manager £15,000 - £25,000 + bonus (10%) n fashion high st stores (£1m - £3m) Store manager £18,000 - £25,000 + bonus (10%) Assistant manager £12,000 - £16,000 n fashion concession managers (£200,000 - £1m) Manager £11,000 - £15,000 Non food hypermarket managers have seen a similar salary trend to their food counterparts, while in the highly competitive non food retail park format salaries are up by more than 5% with better bonus opportunities. The trend is the same for the very competitive shed and out-of-town fashion sector. High street fashion retailers traditionally only recruit those experienced in the field which makes the area very difficult to recruit in, as most organisations have similar bandings. High street fashion cannot compete with the increase in salaries in food, and rises have been marginal. {{FEATURES }}