Hire more people and listen to your employees.
Do not promote someone to manager that has no experience in that area.
Answered - Merchandising Assistant, Handbags, Digital (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Better training, have a open door policy, update the equipments so the employees can do their job.
Answered - Loss Prevention Investigator (Current Employee) - Chevy Chase, MD
Answered - Lead Sales Consultant/Lingerie Specialist (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Focus on individual growth.
Answered - OMNI Assistant Buyer Fine Watches and Jewelry (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Reduce staff per department since wages are commissioned based.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Palm Beach, FL
Help us with with our duties and how to get more marketing across
Answered - Counter Manager (Former Employee) - Brookfield, NY
My reasons for leaving had nothing to do with Saks
Answered - La Prairie Counter Manager (Former Employee) - West Palm Beach, FL