Stylist (Current Employee), 2003 Broadway New York, NY 10023 – September 1, 2015
Cons: no benefits
The most enjoyable part is working alongside positive employees as well as building a personal relationship with clients that come in to just look or look for an outfit for a special event, actually holding a conversation and not forcing a sale.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), San Marcos, TX – June 19, 2015
Cons: working in retail
Typical retail job. It is selling designer clothing at an outlet mall in Texas. Anywhere in Texas you are going to get a lot of people from Mexico so if you speak Spanish you will get better sales. I hated having to organize the clothing in sizes and then everyone mess it up.
Sales Generation Assistant Manager Intern (Former Employee), New York, NY – April 8, 2015
Helped with planning store events for clients to drive sales. Compiled clientele reports on a weekly basis to track sales. Worked Visual Manager during floor sets and window displays.Communicated with clients on a daily basis to ensure complete client satisfaction. Maintain current knowledge of the product and how to apply it while servicing the customer. Assist store management in merchandising the store in accordance with company directed standards.
My co-workers were great to work with and we had great teamwork. The hardest part of my job was that I wish I had more time to learn and find new areas to improve upon. The most enjoyable part was that I got to meet new people everyday and help the management team.
Server/Hostess (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – March 2, 2015
Pros: discounts on fine clothing
Cons: no set schedule
I enjoyed working at BCBGMaxazria for many reasons such as learning and engaging in management level duties and responsibilities. Gaining a position at BCBG allowed me the most diverse work atmosphere and the experience to interact with a variety of clientele.
BCBG paid me 10.00 per hour as a sales associate/stylist. No benefits because if was part time. I actually love this company. I like the bon chic bon genre attitude. I still purchase the clothes. One thing I noticed is that at lot of the BCBG stores the sales associates/stylist are not very comfortable with helping all types of people. They tend to focus on one type of person. Not good. Management is weird and up tight. Not a lot of growth opportunities. I would go back due to the experience that I received. Would have loved growing with the company
SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee), Pasadena, CA – December 15, 2014
Currently employed, love the position, the management and the work. The environment is perfect with a great balance of professionalism and fun. Management does play a strong role and my management team is the trifecta.
Fabric Associate (Former Employee), Vernon, CA – October 16, 2014
Cons: shuttle bus
BCBG was my first job in the fashion industry and I have learned so much in the Fabric R&D department. All of what I was confused about in school, made sense when I came to work here. Also met some great people. But I felt you were overworked and underpaid.
Director of responsibility (Former Employee), Bayshore, NY – October 12, 2014
Pros: discount on beautiful clothes
Cons: no benefits
I loved my tenure at BCBG. I had left due to moving to another state. This job has taught me how to be the best team player. Everyone in this environment was passionate about what we did. No task was ever too big or too small. That led us to exceeding our goals each month.