Sales Lead (Current Employee) – Connecticut – April 22, 2017
Fun place to work. Co-workers become close friends. Get to style and talk with clients all day. The hardest part of the job is dealing with unsatisfied customers. Staff is constantly changing, including management. Store changes often.
Logistics/Clerical Associate (Current Employee) – 7101 Distribution Drive- Louisville, Ky 40258 – April 22, 2017
I enjoy coming to work at my job. When i first started out as a employee i was given many opportunities to learn new and challenging things. I learned the excel, word and data entry more proficiently. I love learning new things and a challenge at times. I feel the more i learn the better equipped i am at taking on new tasks.
Co-Manager (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 20, 2017
The company has a great work/life ballance agenda. The clients are great and have usually shopped with Ann for many years. Upper management does a great job learning about everyone on staff and learing about their career goals.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – April 19, 2017
Working at Ann Inc has given me the opportunity to truly my inner businesswoman and to know what it is like to truly multitask. Ann Inc thoroughly trains their associates to know that they will best suit their company. The company culture, as well as the people that work there, are a blast. Ann Inc is a wonderful place to work and I would recommend it to anyone. The hardest part about this job is probably inventory shifts, as they do take a lot of energy and time. However, you do get paid accordingly. I have learned time management, multitasking, and the ability to market to others.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 17, 2017
Loft is a relaxed place to work. As a visual merchandiser, it is fun to come in everyday and organize the store to appeal to clients. Management is very pleasant. The managers are very friendly and they are always there for you on a personal level.
Sales Lead/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 12, 2017
If you love fashion and find yourself in a transitioning phase in your life Ann Taylor will fill the void you are missing. The job is flexible and the team can be fun to work with once you get accustomed to the culture. A typical day will include greeting and acknowledging customers. You will be expected to style them, and perhaps take on mundane tasks in between sales. Learn how to multi-task and take the initiative to look busy when business is slow and you should be fine. The hardest part of the job will be management. Promotion does not correspond to what you know, or how you perform, but more so if you are well liked. I've been to several Ann Taylor location's and the management is usually no where to be found or hounding their already overworked employees. Good luck!
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – April 12, 2017
This location was poorly managed and not prepared for the amount of daily foot traffic it received or the amount of sales it made. I think overall Ann Taylor is a good company to work for, this location just missed the mark of a successful branch.
Sales Associate Part Time (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – April 10, 2017
i am happy with my team that i am working with but not getting enough hours to work and no full time positions. I enjoy meeting people from around the globe. I have had great experience pushing myself to learn time management and to help create that ultimate look that the client is looking for.
Sales Lead/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 8, 2017
Working at Ann was a great retail work experience. Fun work environment and store manager was understanding with my school schedule. I love fashion and working hands on with people so everyday was different. I just wish they would've rewarded us better for our hard work.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Watertown, MA – March 31, 2017
I loved working at Ann Taylor. They have the best customer's in the world. It is fun being around beautiful clothes. Management at the time was very crazy. The manager based all her decisions with emotions. Other than that the environment was great.