Manager (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – January 9, 2015
Was able to utilize the skills I've learned over the years with this company. Being employed with this company has allowed me to grow and learn more about being a leader as well as productive employee.
Stylist (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – May 22, 2017
A great company to work for that really values their customers and employees. The culture is upbeat and positive and the managers are committed to the success of the whole sales team. I gained great insight into making and building sales, as well as establishing lasting relationships with clients.
Some managers complain way too much. It's a difficult way to work, because it looks unprofessional to the customer. On the other hand, I also had phenomenal managers who always had a great attitude. It really depends on who's working that day.
Merchandise Processor (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – May 17, 2017
It was good pay, but it honestly made me depressed, the job takes a lot of time and is the bare minimum for living wages. Getting days off were hard. People also constantly liked to get each other in trouble.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – May 10, 2017
The company does not treat their associates very well. This location is run poorly and the company does a terrible job of training employees and empowering them. There is no room for growth or advancement in the company which is the reason I left.
Associate (Current Employee) – Arden, NC – May 9, 2017
Raises are 10 to 15 CENTS yearly, low hourly wage for the work required and expected. From what I've seen managment positions are not based on knowledge or years of experience worked with the company. No job security which makes a very tense work environment. I'm going to school but if you're looking for long term, I would not recommend working for this distribution center.
Stylist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 7, 2017
The flexibility is great however hours are horrible and very inconsistent which is to be expected with retail I assume. No room for advancement unless you're willing to wait 5+ years. If you're thinking I'll start retail and try for corporate, think again. Management tends to be very rude. Most importantly the pay is in excuseable, raises are giving yearly if you're lucky you'll get 25 cents. Company is sinking and they are doing a horrible job at keeping their employee's motivated, and interested.
Short breaks, unpaid time off, inconsistency, horrible pay, slim to no chance of advancement.