Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – February 1, 2017
to be honest i worked in the company for three years and took care of so many different types of people and worked with the same amount management will walk all over you and do you dirty if you do as they please
Customer Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Scarsdale, NY – November 21, 2017
A typical day at work would involve constantly interacting with customers, whether in person or over the phone, to ensure that their needs are met. The management is always there to provide support for subordinates. I learned how to more effectively communicate with customers based on fulfilling their needs and wants. The hardest part of the job was how fast-paced it could get at peak demand periods. The most enjoyable part of the job was the tight-knit associate team community working together to achieve store and company objectives.
Typically spend most of the day measuring customers for rentals, or selling suits and trying to sell more than just the suit (no "naked" suit sales). Typically relaxed environment, unless it is prom/wedding season. There is a big push from management and upper management to increase sales and improve product knowledge. You make more money in non-pooled commission stores.
Free lunches once a month, 55% discount off non-sale price, slow-paced
Slow to move up, pay is better in personal commission stores, company seems to be making employee incentive cutbacks slowly
Director of Logistics and Finance (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – November 19, 2017
The culture is evolving as of 2017. Great place to work alternation locations/hours previously. Benefits are wonderful encompassing medical, dental, vision, 401k etc. Great discounts at Christmas as well.
Men's Wearhouse is a good company to work for, I acquired a great deal of sales training and product knowledge. Store management and regional management were both very helpful and cared about their employees. As much as I like the company it can be hard to make a career in the retail side of Men's Wearhouse.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – November 13, 2017
I was young when I started here but I learned so much about presentation. Awesome company parties, great contests and easy spiffs. Enjoyed my managers and I wish I had kept my career there if it wasn't for going to class for welding.
great people, ceo cares for employees, company will be around for a long time
Formalwear Specialist (Current Employee) – CO – November 10, 2017
I have worked for Mens Wearhouse for over 10 years. When I first started, Mens Wearhouse was fun and exciting place to work. Over the year, once Doug Ewart took over the company, a lot of decisions have been made that negatively effects the employees at the store level.
Assistant Manager, Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Novato, CA – November 9, 2017
My work day consisted of making sure alterations were completed on time, opening and closing of the store, balancing the register and sales. Ordering supplies and making sure hours were submitted for payroll.
Assistant Manager/Formalwear (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – November 4, 2017
Out of 36 years experience in the job market, working at this store was a nightmare. I actually was treated better at Walmart. Not all of the stores are like this, but stay away from the Mesa location. Their turn over rate speaks for itself. The management will hold a grudge forever and Heaven forbid you refuse to kiss butt. Hard work goes unappreciated. Be prepared to work every weekend and have your days off in the middle of the week and your days off are usually spljt. It is a cutthroat sales environment and the only thing they care about is making their sales quota.