Supervisors need to stop treating people so poorly and they need to stop the favoritism
There were really no cons to working here, so I guess it would be based off a person's individual needs or preferences
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY
American Apparel went out of business
Answered - Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Being more lenient on how many hours can be missed. As a human being, sickness is inevitable, especially during certain times of the year. I feel that if you have to miss work due to being sick, it should not count against you as long as you provide a doctor's excuse.
Being more flexible with employees, as well hash having a more welcoming attitude.
Answered - Manger on Duty (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Make each person feel important.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Canoga Park, CA
Retire and let someone else take over. Stop being two faced and learn what it means to be management and not play favoritism
Answered - Machine Operator (Current Employee) - Opp, AL
If American Apparel retail stores were still open, I would say offer more hours.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
Be understanding & fair with all employees.
Answered - Order Picker (Former Employee) - La Mirada, CA
Pay the fair amount for the amount of work.
Answered - Assistant Logistics Supervisor (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA