Customer Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – June 25, 2016
Decent job if you just want a part time position but do not expect any pay raises or advancement. Compensation for bonuses is lackluster. Management is very childish and all over the place. Micro management makes work seem non productive. Customer interaction is great. Perks of the job can be inticing. Overall not the ideal employer.
Productive and fun place to work at with an amazing activity room
Retail/Wholesale Alloc. & Returns Operations (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 12, 2017
Its a friendly environment, everyone works as a team to get things accomplished in various departments. You are constantly learning, they encourage you too take additional courses to advance your knowledge.
Full Time Stylist (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 11, 2017
Great company to work for, the compensation and commission rates are very good. Would have appreciated more of a team effort push from management but it was in the companies standards that managers and assistant managers spend 20% of their time on the floor and the rest away from the customers.
Great place to learn to engage with customers and gain clientele, styling experience
Stylist and Sales Associate (Current Employee) – DIESEL USA – August 29, 2017
Loved being an Ambassador and Voice to the Brand and 5pocket Collections. Extensive training techniques and product knowledge. Store Manager is awesome. He is emphatically professional and very skilled in all aspects of the retailing environment. Fair, ethical yet holds you accountable.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 19, 2017
After a change in leadership, it became hard to work there. They cut full-time hours. My direct report made me fear my job.People started looking for other jobs. They cut commission for the sales assocites.
Visual Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – July 26, 2017
Diesel is unstable within the fashion world. It has good seasons and bad seasons like most large fashion retailers. They are an on trend brand not a trend setter brand. Working there ive come to realize that corporate employees really hinder regional selling strategies through "brand protection" even though the market is different in Hawaii or from west coast to east coast.
Very nice environment and coworkers pleasure to be around.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – 18 lightcap rd pottstown pa – July 24, 2017
Walk in say hi to anyone that's on the floor. Start cleaning whatever out of place or I'm giving a task I get right to it. There are some things I learned working there which was about jeans different fits how they make distress ones and how it's made. The t-shirts from the place they came from can determine how it fits on you and my communication skills have gotten better. I think the hardest part when it gets really crowded or having trouble to deal with a mad customer which I stay calm proceed what I'm doing as a professional would do in that type of situation but all around the job is enjoyable it self.
Lead Cashier / sales associate (Current Employee) – City of Sunrise, FL – June 8, 2017
Diesel is a really good company to work for. Diesel is an Italian brand and its very enjoyable place to work. its a very edgy brand. the environment is great the people is great and the management team is amazing.
flexible schedule, and guaranteed hours, opportunities to receive bonuses
gained friendships but no room for growth, No raise no matter how long, works with your scheduling,great people, good hours ,hard to get promoted. overall a good job for a little while but not long term.
Stylist (Former Employee) – West Hollywood, CA – May 1, 2017
Diesel is overall a great company to work for. It is a corporation so sometimes that presence is know. But overall a good company. I worked with the company for two years before being laid off due to store closures.