Lots of potential, yet roadblocks at every turn
Robert Graham is not terrible, yet not spectacular. It really depended on the management in store. Corporate was difficult to deal with at times, getting the right product at the right time. Despite that, numbers were expected to meet or exceed expectations without the proper support. We did all we could and eventually turned the store in to a more - more ... profitable one. The company going public definitely put a constraint on resources, and once a smooth-talking, yet unqualified area manager was put in place, morale in our store tanked. To Robert Graham: You make great product, but make sure you are ... - less
ProsSteady hours for managers, good benefits for managers.
ConsPoor culture, pressure to sell without necessary product and support, lax hiring practices