Military Account Executive (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 16, 2018
I worked from a remote location managing 3 divisions for Warnaco, Calvin Klein Men's & Women's Jeanswear and Chaps Men's Sportswear for all military accounts...typical day required juggling 8 different buyers and military paperwork. It was the first time in the women's business therefore, I learned there is a big difference between the 2 divisions. Had great division Presidents however, corporate management was more threatening than fostering...not supportive On a divisional scale, the 2 men's departments had a great culture...very knowledgeable and supportive of our group success and achievements...women's was a train wreck. The hardest part of the job was the fact that I managed 3 separate divisions...required learning 3 lines, 4 times a year with markets often overlapping... I had great immediate supervisors (division presidents) within men's...also, it was a growing part of an apparel career that I loved.
Packing (Former Employee) – Irwindale, CA – May 3, 2017
My culture is to be successful with my job . I learn a lot of new stuff in my jobs in the pass . the hardest thing of my old job is that when you focus to much on one thing , you have to be done before your day finish .
Logistics warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Irwindale, CA – June 11, 2016
I enjoyed the time that I was there excellent staff, friendly ,team players management on hand to assure things are going according to schedule. A diverse company with lots of potential and opportunities for advancement.
Order Filler / Dock worker (Former Employee) – Duncansville, PA – February 14, 2016
Warnaco was one of the best company I worked for locally. They treated us like valued employee's should. Picked orders daily and assisted with dock work during peek times. Grew close with management due to my work ethics and the company grew on me soon becoming one of the go to guys. All in all Warnaco was wonderful while it lasted till PVH bought them out and plant was closed.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Huntingdon, PA – August 19, 2015
For what time I had worked there; its an easy going work environment and well organized. I have always said if your sweating than you know your putting in a good days of work, and that's what we liked to see.
Computer Support Technician and computer operator (Former Employee) – Duncansville, PA – January 12, 2015
My jog entailed monitoring and correcting any computer system problems and producing any reports for production or management.. I learned how to co-ordinate and pursue any problems with onsite and offsite problems. I was able to interact well with management and my co-workers and addressed problems with co-workers in a timely fashion.
The hardest pat of my job were the nights I had nothing to do.
The most enjoyable part of my job was being accountable as a second shift operator/it tech and essentially my own boss.
Scanner/Quality control (Former Employee) – Irwindale, CA – October 17, 2014
started this job as a second shift employee then was forced to change to first or i would be fired. two things i learned how to manage a scanner and how to read manifests. nothing great. the supervisor was always picking favorites. they would spend hours on end just talking while everyone else worked right in front of them.