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About the company

  • CEO
    Joshua Schulman
    82%
    approve of Joshua Schulman's performance
  • Founded
    1941
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Reviews

Associate Store Manager in Toronto, ON
on 8 September 2021
Good reputable company
Some challenges with hiring based on beauty standards and biases. Their working on building business while closes stores. interesting place to work can be good and bad.
Seasonal Sales Associate in Markham, ON
on 25 February 2021
Good first step into luxury retail
From my experience all employees start off as seasonal workers. At the end of the holiday season, if you are good enough, you will be asked to stay as a permanent employee, if needed. This means that most permanent employees have been with Coach for many years, or already have previous experience in higher end retail. The culture wasn't for me, but could be perfect for others. Everyone was much older than I was. Only the seasonal workers were young. Super busy holiday season, otherwise business can be slow, but the permanent employees all had their own clientele. All employees are very welcoming and friendly. Excellent training process.
Cashier in Delta, BC
on 10 July 2020
Cult like management system
When I first started at Coach it was fun cause all the employees are like best friends with each other. 2 months later hired 8 new employees all were Asian and everyone came to find out that they were getting paid more and getting priority hours based on the fact that they could communicate with resellers. The management consisted of 6 managers. The 3 senior managers did whatever they wanted too from coming in late to taking extra hours for lunch all the time AND they never faced any consequences. I remember them constantly yelling at the 3 junior members about being to friendly with employees, being late once or twice, and trying to take control of their jobs so they were not relevant. Overall very toxic environment, constantly being threatened to have hours cut if sales targets weren't met once or twice, and favoritism towards Asians. I was under paid for the amount I would do, like train new employees, coming in early to change set up, staying later than scheduled to help keep the store clean. Was given duties like a manager but was paid less than employees after me.
Seasonal Sales Associate in London, ON
on 18 January 2020
About coach
Overall it was a very good experience working there. The colleagues were very friendly and the job i did were very educational and worthy. I really did like spending my time there.
Sales Associate in Tsawwassen, BC
on 5 December 2019
Unprofessional management team
Typical day consists of reaching your sales goal.I learned its best to work here if you're Chinese (managers treat them like god) . Managers sit in office and talk bad about everyone. They talk about their personal life. One of the managers bought their daughter to work on black Friday weekend as a volunteer for free lunch and dinner. Treat you like you're disposable. Employee discount has so many specifications. Don't waste your talent at this location specifically.

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