Too Much Work for Too Little Pay
Visual Product Coordinator (Former Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – June 2, 2019
Evine promises career advancement when you initially interview, but in reality, this is not the case. As a company, they claim to not be doing well (as their stock value confirms), however, they continue to make poor business decisions and many employees will suffer and lose their jobs in regular layoffs because of this. Once you are in your department, you are stuck there because management refuses to allow employees to move departments, despite their particular skill set or degree. Don’t expect to ever get a substantial or even a slight raise here. Career development: None. You’re more likely to get laid off. Raises: Highly unlikely. Benefits: Only if you work a full 40-hour workweek. Breaks: Don’t expect to have time to eat. They expect you to be grateful for your job and work extra hard to prove your worth—but that’s just it, they don’t value you, your time, or your worth. It’s very unfortunate that this company is a sinking ship—because I feel it has potential to be a great place to work—if the workload was more manageable, they actually gave deserving employees raises, if you had time to clock out for a break, if you could have a few minutes to just sit down, relax, maybe go on your phone without someone having a fit about it.
No Career Development