Technical Designer (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – August 18, 2017
This place was pretty boring - though i did make some great friends. Half the time, I was trying to look busy - which is harder than actually BEING busy. It's very slow-paced, but it just wasn't right for me. Could be perfect for someone else!
They were very easy going about my having a child (and responsibilities associated with her). Pay was okay considering I wasn't really doing anything. Though I can't say I really learned much.
Free coffee machine that ROCKS, CEO is AWESOME and really passionate about the brand
Technical Support Manager (Former Employee) – Renton, WA 98057 – January 16, 2017
I enjoyed going to work, each day. The co-workers were willing to work hard, which made I job more enjoyable. I don't do the same thing every day. I was on salary, so I was responsible to get the job done.
I had a lot of freedom to do what needed to be done
Worker (Former Employee) – Renton, WA – October 14, 2016
It was a flexible place to work. Senior members often help out new works like me when I first started. It was hard at first when faced with various orders at once, but over time, it gets easier with more practice. One of the best thing about working there is the atmosphere. Nobody ever felt like they don't belong, but felt like part of a family.
Acct. Manager, Sales (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – February 10, 2016
Cutter and Buck is a relatively new company but has the look and feel of old money. Inside it was a well oiled machine with three business units: Corporate, Green Grass and Collegiate. The designers worked very hard to keep the look new without being edgy.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 25, 2013
Since being acquired by a Swedish company, staffing levels have been cut, drastically in many departments. This has caused a corresponding increase in work loads but has not triggered any increases in compensation. The reverse is actually true -- benefits (401k matching, tuition assistance, incentive programs) were cut early on after the acquisition and wages for hourly employees were frozen for four consecutive years. Merit increases returned in 2012, but the additional benefits are gone forever.