Hermes, a leading haute couture designer and retailer, operates and owns 10 retail stores in the Unites States located in Palm Beach, Beverly Hills, New York, Dallas, Houston, Honolulu, San Francisco, Boston, Washington D.C. and Chicago. Hermes also has many wholesale affiliates including Barney's, Marshall Field's, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and – more... several small retailers across the U.S. amounting to 44 additional locations. Hermes's sales are well balanced geographically. Approximately 40% of Hermes's sales is generated in Europe, 36% in Asia and 14% in the U.S. – less – More from ZoomInfo »
HERMES Employer Reviews
Nice job but hard to get a break
Self employed courier (Current Employee), East Midlands – January 10, 2013
Bisy and mind challenging
courier (Former Employee), croydon area – March 19, 2013
Enjoyable and Flexible
Courier (Former Employee), bradford – March 5, 2013
Not a good place to work.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee), Warrington – February 25, 2013
being outdoors,love driving.
courier (self employed) (Former Employee), notts/derbys – February 25, 2013
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