Department Manager (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – January 9, 2018
The pay structure at JAB is difficult. It is hard to commission out and make any real money. They used to have Buy One Get Three Free and it was nearly impossible to rack up any sales dollars. Men's Warehouse bought them out, so I am not sure if things got better or worse.
Sales (Former Employee) – Fishkill, NY – April 12, 2018
Bad place to work for, they promote bad behavior and treat good employees horrible, pay is lousy , no raises no room to grow. They don't care about hard working employees, don't believe anything they say.
Walk into chaos and be the only responsible person there trying to help the store instead of looking at cellphone all day. Its very stressful working somewhere for so long and still not getting a raise.
Tailor (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – January 30, 2018
The worst company I worked in my life , they treat employees and customer with no respect ,they promote mediocre people and push out the high quality and highly skilled people. The leaders are very corrupt and take advantage of the company.they are running the stores in a mob stiles like,it seams that they are not accountable to no body.i am thankful I’m out !
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 4, 2018
The company is very impersonal with its employees. They pay minimum wage plus commission but the commission wages are not always easy to make and changed a few times while i was there. The company had a bit of a change when they were purchased by Mens Wearhouse and seemed to be struggling to find a new identity.
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Tukwila, WA – December 28, 2017
Was an awesome place to work with lots of advancement and commission opportunity...Until Men's Wearhouse took over. Destroyed the pay rates right through store management created a hostile cutthroat work environment. Won't work or shop there again.
impossible to get time off even when not in blackout dates, no advancement oppertunity anymore, minimum or below minimum wage depending on where you work.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 6, 2017
Focus on making above my dollar amount quota for the day. We worked as a team to ensure that the store was successful in generating large profits. When it came to our customers their needs came first above ours with a personal touch! I always showed my clients how to match their clothing for business or casual wear with very detailed guidance.
Assistant Store Manger (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 2, 2017
Very good company to work for.Great workplace culture and very good customers .A very enjoyable working environment and excellant salary.Breaks ,lunches .Vacations .The company provided free lunches and dinners during high sales times like christmas.
Sales & Customer Service (Former Employee) – Westlake, OH – February 27, 2017
Between a strong manager and a well built crew Jos. A Bank was for me a well oiled machine. Though most days were calm when it got busy we would pull together to become the most profitable location in our area.
SALES EXCUETIVE (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 10, 2017
The most important part of my time at Jos A. Bank would be the excitement of meeting new people, showing them are products. Displaying our merchandise in front of customers to paint a vivid visualization on how our clothing can benefit each customer I intended to sale to.
Building product knowledge, Learning the Autonomy of Suits
Assistant Store Mgr (Current Employee) – Winnetka, IL – November 14, 2016
I needed more money and advancement to move up in the company. Corporate was nice and the bosses were nice to work for. I need more money and a stronger income to take care of my family and I could not advance anymore.
Good place for amature sales associates in retail to begin
Store Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 18, 2016
Good place for amature sales associates in retail to begin and gain daily change experiences without much learnings. Its good to fill resumes for another job. There is nothing or minor promotions and advancements. The fun is meeting your co-workers and chatting with clients. The hardest part of the job is when there is no traffic so you feel you are wasting your time.
· Operated cash register while processing customer sales transactions, Assisted customers with sales and finding merchandise · Stocked shelves with inventory, Answered telephones and addressed customer concerns · Fitted customers with suits and tuxedos
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Loveland, CO – January 28, 2016
The training was not the best, the store manager was hardy ever there, the assistant manager wasn't qualified to train. They didn't give enough hours, and due to that, your stats weren't that great. Also coworkers were not qualified to train and were very inappropriate on the floor and off the floor in the break room.