Questions and Answers about Steve Madden

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Just make job easier for everyone else

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Steve Madden shoes are so expensive and all u guys can pay is minimum wage? Ross and DDs is paying more and their goods are way cheaper...come on do something about the salary.

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Correct management, the managers pick and choose favorites. managers and assistant managers should not be able to make commission so the other workers can, assistant managers would only help themselves to customers and make other regular workers work the back.

Answered - Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Pasadena, CA

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Make such everwork take care costumer

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That we all as team

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Do suprise visits. Make sure your employees are working as a team, not against one another, and looking out for the company's best interest.

Answered - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Massachusetts

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Give better pay and stop being so stingy. Also look into your employees backrounds when Loss Prevention tells you about a problem.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Listen to your employees. Stop letting store managers treat employees like they are disposal trash.
A lot of us work so hard, so many extra hours, and let customers treat us horribly but the company has zero compassion for their employees lives outside of work.
"Pretend it didn't happen and go sell" is what I heard when I dealt with a very rough time. I should have heard a little compassion. I have never felt such a let down from a company and I stuck around for almost 4 years. Shame on me.

Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA

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Better pay rate.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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The compensation for employees need to be evaluated, especially for those with the company for over a year.

Answered - Sales Supervisor (Current Employee) - South Beach, FL

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