Design Director (Current Employee) – Bradley, IL – December 1, 2013
This company has made me a better person. The people I work with are amazing. They respect my decisions and I respect theirs. I love designing. I'm great at it and all my co-workers and friends know that.
Porter/Janitor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 13, 2016
Coach was a wonderful company to work for. I have no complains for the seven years I've worked for Coach. Coach have given every one of its employees the opportunity to grow in all aspect, if that person choose to do so.
Coach is a great company to work for, I've learned a lot about the company and it products. product quality is 5 star
Sales representative (Former Employee) – Lahaska, PA – September 27, 2016
Coach is a great company to work for, I've learned a lot about the company and it products. product quality is 5 star. The store has a great atmosphere in located in a great village called peddlers village in Lahaska, PA
Lead Cashier (Former Employee) – Destin, FL – September 12, 2016
They advertise that they promote within the company but they don't. I worked there for a long time and was M.I.T when I left. They had me train the next manager when I was up for the promotion. Yes, I am bitter about that but that's besides the point, But hey, if you have the experience to start off on the management team, go for it. However, if you are looking for long-term and want to move up within the company, this isn't the job for you.
Work can differ, when its not holiday season or midday its usually dead. I've learned alot about coach product, quality and their competitors. Management will always treat you like a child that they're trying to school. They have a hard time crediting your accomplishments because chances are retail management wasn't their first career choice. Some food for thought. My co-workers are actually now the reason why it makes it an unenjoyable work environment. They're usually around their early 20s, they think they know it all and can be very cold and stand-offish. All they talk about is buying more expensive simply because we work in a brand name store. I cant stand it. hardest part of the job is the unrealistic goals they set for you and the pressure of looking at this job as if it is our career path. i enjoy the discount, the pay rate, and the guaranteed break time.
Lead Sales Ambassador (Former Employee) – Elizabeth, NJ – September 9, 2016
Had a great time working for coach. i grow a lot as a personal and learned quite a bit about myself in terms of what I'm capable of. goals were easy to meet and incentives were always up for grabs. frequent changes in store associates and management made it unstable. but overall nice experience. excellent company.
Sales Associate (part-time) (Former Employee) – Lahaska, PA – September 1, 2016
working at this business with the management team was the best, they are hard working and are always working on coaching each other to be better. i learned to be a better team player and to let my visual eye shine when it comes to setting up product. meeting clients and keeping a personal log of them to call back when new product arrived was also a regular ritual at this store, very important to keep up our numbers.
Cardinal Ritter Coach (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 24, 2016
Love teaching kids what I was taught when I played football and wrestled. Keeping kids in line is hard but it pays off in the end. I am the leader on the team and have to make sure I keep a positive mind set.
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 22, 2016
Coach is always challenging itself to be its best by taking on a new approach the customer experience, hiring a new designer, and tackling social media. It was very exciting to work or a company that was going through a huge brand transformation and to see the results after so many years of hard work. Being apart of the this journey, both as a store level employee and a corporate employee, provided me with amazing experience in the ever changing retail landscape.
Human Resources Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 19, 2016
Beautiful new office; job mobility very disappointing; error prone employees; selfish boss, indecisive culture; employees seem to take no responsibility or ownership for fear of being thrown under the boss; everyone I meet complains of their bag's straps breaking..
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – August 11, 2016
A typical day at work is running reports before your day starts. Satisfying the customer by completing their orders. I have worked in many different departments at Coach and have learned many different aspects of the company, Management are very pleasant . Always trying to make my job easier. My co-workers are all cross-trained to help each other. The most enjoyable part of the day is when you close down your computer for the day and you feel you gave it 100%
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