Lead Stylist (Former Employee) – Perimeter Mall – May 15, 2017
Bebe was a great place I enjoyed working there and meeting all the wonderful clients. My team and management was the best I enjoyed working with my team and having the ability to change a life one smile and dress at a time.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 27, 2017
Wonderful place to work! Management team was always were very helpful. The The hardest part of the job was for me not to spend my whole paycheck on new outfits that came in regularly!Enjoyed assisting customers finding the perfect outfit.
Wonderful Management Great Discount Great Quality Clothing
Stylist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 27, 2017
I would greet customers and ask if they were looking for somwthing specific. If the customers had any fashion wise questions I was there to help them create awesome looks with our different variety clothing.
Cashier/ Shift leader (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – April 26, 2017
The management always made you feel with a sense of belonging. They always gave us encouragement and the work environment felt upbeat and positive. The pay was okay for a starting job. The hours were not set they depended on your performance. It was a good part time job while in college.
Healthy work environment, worked as a team, selling clothes to women was not difficult
short 10min breaks, 30min lunches & thats how long it usually took to pickup lunch if didn't bring your own.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Central Valley, NY – April 17, 2017
The culture of this location is amazing. We all take pride in our successes swell as our opportunities. A typical day at Bebe is all about selling and ensuring our clients needs are satisfied. The management team are amazing and reliable. I learned a lot about fashion.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 15, 2017
I loved working at Bebe for the past 13 years. The company really cared about its employees and our culture. It was very unfortunate that the company is closing all doors. I most likely would have stayed forever with them. We had the best clients and fashion that I could have ever asked for. Each work day was completely different which made the days fulfilling.
Co-Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 5, 2017
I learned management skills with this company and worked with many amazing people during my time here. Every company has its ups-and-downs but with stores closing, I have nothing but gratitude for the opportunities I was presented.
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 4, 2017
working for this company made me learn how to clientele and be sales driven.base pay was based on commission if you work hard you'll make great money you can average from $20 to $50 a hour depending on how you work. hardest part was competing with other strong sales driven stylist.
Stylist/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Canoga Park, CA – April 1, 2017
A day at work with Bebe would involve waking up and wondering what fashion icon you wanted to fashion yourself after. The perks of the job are great! Awesome discounts, flexible schedule. However, coming in as a new employee is hard because you need to create your own reputation if you don't come in with a client book. It would be difficult when the veteran employees call every person that walks into the door their client.
Senior Global Windows Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 31, 2017
The company can be quite dysfunctional with regards to high level processes. Often teams responsible for creating, buying, and allocating the product are resistant to change, which has been one of the key factors in bebe's shrinking profits.
The quality of the management varies to a great degree. Certain managers are very high quality, but unqualified managers can stay in place for a long time with little accountability for leadership progress. Work-life balance also varies by team, but generally employees do not work longer than 9 hour days.
Overall, the quality of output by employees is very high.
The office setting is casual and visually attractive, and employees are given freedom to make the space their own.
great outdoor patio. hour long lunches. not long hours. pays well. hires good employees
weak product reputation. shrinking profits. some bad management. dysfunctional product cycle.