Supply Chain (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 1, 2017
Those who should be promoted or recognized for constantly going above and beyond the call of duty rarely do. Moral is at an all time low, little to no employee engagement. This is a good company to work for straight out of college. Not so great for those aspiring for more than a job; not for career orientated individuals.
Inventory Control Manager (Former Employee) – Bal Harbour, FL – July 14, 2017
No advancement opportunities. Despite having almost 20 years of retail management experience and achieving a perfect inventory as ICM I wasn't even considered for promotions. Store Manager was unqualified for position. Lots of unethical behavior by management. If you reported it to HR they would terminate you.
Unethical behavior tolerated by their Human Resources department
Operations Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Palm Beach Gardens, FL – April 10, 2017
Supported the success of sales professionals and assisted operation manager with daily inventory counts and the reconciliation process. Maintained an awareness of performance expectations and cultivated an atmosphere of continuous learning Transferred product to and from stores. Involved in packaging of merchandise delivered to clients. Processed repair entries into ASC and maintained clients special order log. Excelled in the ability to multi-task and follow through. Completed all company paperwork accurately and executed projects in a timely, efficient manner while still being attentive to customers and needs of business.
Assistant Inventory Control Manager (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – April 9, 2017
Because of our stores location it was difficult to have a normal schedule and didn't always have sufficient floor or back of house coverage. Had alot of fun meeting and having the privilege to work with such great people.
Great working environment. Worked very closely with corporate
Can be difficult to get help from corporate at times
A very toxic environment, not for the faint of heart
Executive Director of Communications and Events (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 17, 2017
The best part of this job was the incredible education I received from my CMO, who taught me everything I needed to learn about metrics, KPIs and how to measure success from a marketing standpoint. I also learned about teamwork, and how to appreciate my coworkers and how hard we all worked to make a demanding environment easier to bear by depending upon each other, dividing and conquering.
Seasonal Customer Care Agent (Former Employee) – Lyndhurst, NJ – November 25, 2015
Great for personable people who think well on the file. Team Leads are also your trainers, so it makes it very easy to ask questions. This job is not cut out for everyone. David Yurman has very high standards. Professionalism and quick learning are a must. Very calming atmosphere. Very high turnover rate.
Visual Merchandising Manager; Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 24, 2015
Definitely a great company to work for. Everyone from fellow coworkers to upper management have always been supportive and motivational. David Yurman as a whole really drives you to think outside the box while still pertaining to the love story between David and his wife Sybil. This company is one that I enjoy working for and I am excited to see what is still in store for my future.
Stock Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 7, 2015
a typical day at work was quiet we weren't aloud to talk because the supervisors felt it was distracting. I learned that a work environment like that is not healthy. management sucked didn't even know who the manager was. co- workers I only met one and she was so nice. the hard part was not talking. the most enjoyable part of the job was getting paid
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 23, 2015
Started 8:30-9am, Morning Operations Meeting every day. Answer emails from overseas or make overseas calls. Supervise staff priorities for the day and state of pending issues. Regularly two more meetings in the morning.
Approval of diverse documents. Analyzing data and reporting on diverse aspects of business
Lunch anytime bet 1 and 3pm (usually at my desk or working lunch with colleagues or vendors)
Meetings, at least one more per day. Production planning with vendors. Usually working after hours on some special project that needed more focus. Ending most of the time around 6:30-7pm
Too many meetings and not enough time to do effective work.
Co-workers are mostly fun and hardworking people.
The best: Challenging in any aspect. Learned how to be always prepared with a Plan B.