Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Woodstock, IL – August 10, 2015
Cons: store closed
I started out as a sales associate and worked myself up to assistant manager before the store unfortunately closed. I had a great work experience at Liz Claiborne, especially communicating with the clients that I was fortunate enough to help
QA Coordinator Liz Claiborne (Former Employee), Mount Pocono, PA – July 6, 2015
Pros: Made alot of money
Cons: Went out of business
Getting information for associates to get started, learned a lot about garment industry, management was great and very understanding. Co-workers were always busy but very personable. Hardest part was keeping everyone informed of style issues.
This was a great job while I was going to medical billing/records school
Sales Clerk (Former Employee), Cabazon, CA – June 29, 2015
Pros: My employers worked around my schooling schedule
Cons: Pay wasn't good
I worked at Liz Claiborne because I needed somekind of income while I was going to school full-time to get my medical biller/records degree. This job was perfect for me at this time as the hours were very reasonable.
Store Manager (Former Employee), Manchester, VT – May 29, 2015
Pros: Great Parties, Family Atmosphere
Cons: No healthcare
Great family owned business. Staff meetings in mornings before store opened and a great working environment, Leaned how to merchandise and was able to take classes in Customer service. Co-workers were great and had a family atmosphere. Fun part was being able to go own buying trips to New York City and really taking ownership of t your department.
A job I truly loved, but unfortunately the company was sold to JCPenneys and we all lost our positions.
Merchandiser (Former Employee), New York, NY – March 23, 2015
Pros: flexible hours
A great company where everyone worked together to insure their jewelry lines were the top selling brands in department stores. A typical day was I was responsible for up to 10 jewelry brands, ensuring stock was out, was set to planogram, and selling to customers. Our management was top notch and my coworkers and I worked together. The most enjoyable part of my job was the flexibility when I was raising my family, and the hardest part of my job was no longer working there as the company was sold, because I thoroughly enjoyed merchandising.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee), ATLANTA, GA – March 23, 2015
This was a part time college job for me, but the job was fun and exciting. I definitely enjoyed my time here. Great atmosphere, great people, excellent benefits are some of the highlights from this job.
Warehouse Distribution Supervisor (Former Employee), Mount Pocono, PA – March 5, 2015
learned and mastered proficiency in all areas / departments in a 1.2 million square foot distribution center for international apparel and accessories company
Rarely was there a "typical" day, in that I often did not know what area or department I might be working in on any given day. On the other hand, this variety always kept the job interesting and challenging.
Sale Associate (Former Employee), North Conway, NH – February 24, 2015
Always the customer came first, making sure that they had the correct size, color, and style of product. Also organizing, sizing, and straighten the racks/shelves. Did the "house" cleaning (dusting, vacuuming, mopping, washing windows).
great place to work ,great employees. loved the job.Store closed
Store Manager (Former Employee), Montgomery, AL – July 13, 2014
If the store had not closed, I can say I would have been there for a long time. Loved the hours,the responsibility, and the area. The employees really came to work to make customers happy and did a great job. Employees enjoyed their job, so, this rolled over to great customer service.