Pros: healthcare, paid vacation time, paid sick days, holiday pay, free clothing and other employee incentives such as discounts and contests.
Cons: high employee turnover, favoritism, no distinct job expectations, no recognition.
Working for Tory Burch was a great opportunity. I gained a lot of valuable experience working in a luxury boutique setting where sales are commission based. At the retail level, this is a great company to work for someone who is in college or making the transition from college to a full-time job. Past that, there is little opportunity for growth or – more... advancement. A great example that getting ahead is more about who you know, and less about experience/skills. Although the staff had distinct job titles, job responsibilities and expectations were unclear and misguided. Associates who worked on commission were cooperative, helpful, honest, team-players. Sales support who made only an hourly wage were mainly negative and resentful. – less