Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 3, 2018
The workplace was rather fun. It was an enjoyable experience, aside from working with lazy employees. Personally, there have been incidents where I felt that things could have been handled in a different manner, but they were not.
flexible hours, breaks were adequate.
Small errors in scheduling, Management pressed employees to service customers TOO much
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – July 2, 2018
the manager made me feel stupid for asking any questions on my first day of working. Loss provention is their main priority. Throwing away a tag on accident is like the end of the world to them. You get fired if you don’t meet your sales goals but the managers are the ones who decide if you get a sale or not.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Des Peres, MO – June 27, 2018
I definitely learned a lot, but way too much work for the pay. Raises are non existent, theft and loss prevention is non existent & theft is blamed on the employees even though they lack any theft prevention tactics at a corporate level and cut hours. The hours are terrible and you can't get overtime. They hire horrible workers and make management work tons of hours for little pay.
I worked way too much at such a high volume store and barely made enough to live. I definitely would not recommend this job to any one looking for a job unless they want an incredibly stressful job with little to no benefits.
Great management staff
low pay, horrible hours, no benefits, no corporate support
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – El Cajon, CA – June 22, 2018
This was my first job and was just expecting it to be hanging and fixing clothes and something easy . Than I learned Windsor was very serious about customer service / sales: loss prevention and visual merchandising
Typical day at work involves catering to customer needs, organization, cash register duty. I learned that if you dislike going to work for a regular 9-5 I suggest you own your own business. Most enjoyable part of this job are the discounts, the style, and the atmosphere. If you dislike standing on your feet, this job is not for you.
Stock Associate and Cashier (Current Employee) – Montclair, CA – June 9, 2018
I've worked here a good almost 3 years. the store management has improved since. I did get many retail experience here. They give you a good discount and gift cards for accomplishments. I overall give the company not just my store 4 stars.
Stylist/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 30, 2018
Working at Windsor can be fun. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping customers pick out outfits for events. The hardest part of the job is when there is a rush and we're understaffed. Management is very flexible with schedule and will work with you as long as you communicate.
Discounts. flexible schedule
Rush, having to cover someone's shift, being understaffed
Outdated Company, doesn't care about employee needs
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 28, 2018
I worked at Windsor as Assistant Store Manager, hired as part time but consistently given full time hours. Cost of living was unmanageable with the grade of pay (laughable), and this particular company expects you to be 5 people at once - stylist, manager, LOSS PREVENTION (they have no real loss prevention tactics set in place) and every mistake is pushed off on the employees. I would not recommend this company to anyone until they step up and get with the times, as well as start showing concern for the people who actually keep the business running - the Employees.
Unknown (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – May 24, 2018
The company is ok , but the people they hire SUCK. From DMs , Area Managers to management are all basically is horrible. The training is quick and you get thrown in not knowing much. They are rude and inconsiderate. A lot of theft going in the district especially internally ! There is no structure and the whole D3 is in shambles so yeah DONT WORK HERE it’s a waste of time. They need someone from corporate to really step in employees steal right in front of them and they do nothing . Good luck
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Wheaton, MD – May 16, 2018
They have nice fashion finds but the company is just like and other fast fashion company...terrible! Always mean what you say and say what you mean. Build your own team then you will be successful at what you do. The hardest part was There’s always something to do but make sure everyone is pulling their weight. Also upper management needs to visit more often and actually work in the field and not only go to failing stores. You can only do but so much over the phone.