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If you were to leave New York & Company, what would be the reason?

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I left this company for many reasons.

-No room for growth.
-Low pay (Min wage)
-Low/unsteady amount of hours
-Poor management
-High pressure to get customers to apply for store credit card

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Because the only direction of this company is to pay their employees pennies while they’re racking in thousands. It’s sad. But it’s true. If they would focus on paying their employees more instead of millions to these celebrities....wow. You would see an entirely different company.

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It would be because they had no strategy about how to improve the store the manger were very rude to the customer.

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Pay is terrible, stress on employees to get credit is awful. The customers can be annoying too because they believe they are saving money with those awful coupons. $8 per hour is a crying shame. Please go work somewhere else. The amount work of work placed on the store is too much and stressful.

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My reason would be stressed on credit and hours. They give you hours based on how many credits you made. My managers were an awesome team of people, but the stress they put on you about earning credits made you literally want to sit in your car and pray before you come into work. I got little to no hours which would be a minimum of possibly 4.5-7 hours for that WEEK. Then one day I had got two credits and all of a sudden I was scheduled to work 13.5-16.50 hours. The system is just all jacked. My DM came in the store one day and barely acknowledged who I was.

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Poor management, little recognization for your work unless you pursue people to get a company credit card.

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No communication. Have seen DM once in 6 months. No touch bases, nothing.

Goals change from day to day, ZERO recognition.

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The pay is low for all the things you have to do. I worked in an outlet store a million dollar store and my pay was 8.15 an hour.

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Dm is inappropriate. Gossips about all employees from different stores. Turn over is high from 3 to 4 store managers a year. Most just walk out without a notice.

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The work you have to do is ridiculous. Very low pay and no benefits except a discount.

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