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Management lacks communication A LOT!!! They play favorites, and are always watching every little thing you do. They are always looking for the wrong things you do and make sure to pull you aside and tell you in front of customers and coworkers, instead of telling you how to improve it. Very stressful because of how toxic management can be. Expect you to know things you were never told in the first place. As for the favorites, if it were you or one of management's favorites to get in trouble, it's going to be you. I love the job itself, it's just that management absolutely sucks. I really would not recommend working here! Just please, don't do it. I promise you there are other stores in the outlets that would have a better working environment and that would actually support their employees. Also if you work here, Coach has to be 24/7, meaning that we have to be flexible with management, but they can't be flexible with the employees. They will not work with you if you have another job, school, a LIFE, you have to be available 24/7 for them.
This is not an exciting place to work A lot of the managers have an attitude issue They do not have patience for the customers they get irritated really fast They make it difficult to stay flexible with your schedule, you never have a set schedule. They only have two shifts open or close.
Don't feel like writing a review because everything I have already clicked on is pretty self explanatory. It pretty much does all the explaining I need it to.
Great discounts and a lot of people constantly. (If you like that, anyway)
Terrible work life balance.
As the years passed things have definitely declined the work hours, raises, and management help. Where I work at Cabazon this is happening the company is amazing they really help the employees out but it depends on the store one is in. When I started working here I loved my job as it’s gone by I still love my job but it’s become different how management is running the Cabazon store.
Hour lunch, 2 15 minute breaks, sick time accumulated fast.
Vacation only given to pt2 and full time.
You wont get enough hours. Pay varies,people that have been working there get paid alot less than the new people that come in completely unfair. I get paid 14 but get 16hrs -24 but mostly 16. As pt3 you can not get more than 24 even if a colleague wants to give you their hours. I loved my job but unfortunately the hours weren't enough and plus management Is very strict you can't talk or move out of your assign area to help a costumer
Awesome place to work
Not enough hours
Management sucked! I would cashier at times and management would legit come up to you and point out something so little in front of the customers it was embarrassing. They don't care if you're pregnant either and need to go to the bathroom often they make you wait or complain.
1 hr lunch
Majority of the management do not know what they are doing half the time especially when it comes to talking to their employees and when they tell you they are there to support you they contradict themselves by leaving you when you have a question. You aren’t allowed to leave a certain area the whole time and if you do you get talked to and they are constantly observing you and always find something wrong even when you make a perfect sale. They don’t care if tourist treat you bad they just care about getting a bag in their hand with an accessory they don’t need to help their sales.
On a daily basis, there is always something going on and every one has a big role to play. If everyone participates, the store runs very efficient and precise. Management is very involved and makes sure you receive all training necessary.
The place was very busy and hectic all the time. All the other managers were in a little clique, so it was all about kissing as much butt as you could. Very shady SM and GM... they only cared about the numbers and not their employees. It's a great starter job but don't stay, dealing with a popularity contest every day.
Good hours, overtime
Management, slave labor
This is one of the top Coach stores in the world and has a very high volume of customers. This store is very busy most days and always very busy on the week ends. The hardest part of the job is dealing with multiple customers needs during peak hours. customer service and selling skills are a training priority and you will learn much if you can deal with the high volume of traffic.
Great Training and room for advancement.
Busy all the time, Can be stressful at times
This is the busiest and most profitable store in the world. Hours are long and very hard. Selling the product sold its self pretty much. Very easy job in regards to selling. Management is typical retail. Always micro managing. Best part of job was my co-workers and new life friends I met along the way. Hardest part of job is the hours and no time off, no holidays or weekends and lack of consideration for time needed off. Co workers are well trained and extremely knowledgeable with product and daily business needs of business.
busy, professional co workers, well trained staff and great benefits.
too long of hours, worked too many days a week. No holiday days off or weekends.
dealing with no english speaking customers, put under alot of pressure and stress because of management, management team is very poor, they make everything stressful and are rude.There are good days when we all get along fine with no drama no stress
I used to work for Coach Men's Factory, before we merged into one store with Coach Women's. It was a small, calm, and very enjoyable store, where I would make individual connections with all of the customers. I was witness to new and different experiences with management because they were always focused on building the team's knowledge and skills. I now work in a bigger store and faster paced environment where it is harder to connect with most of my customers in a memorable and personable way. I believe I learn nothing new, and if I do, its from my coworkers who enjoy helping their teammates, and not from management; who seem to just be there for the paycheck. I enjoy working with the customers and giving them a great service as they shop throughout the store. I believe that there is really no hard part to this job, just frustrating situations that I seem to solve myself (unless a manager is absolutely needed) because I hold a knowledge that can help myself and my coworkers throughout the day.
I worked for coach for 6 years. I started as sales, then stock, and a cashier. I have done over night inventory, floor moves, open and close of store and registers. I have done warehouse work and have one year of stock management experience. I have 11 years of customer service, retail, and cash handling experience.
Coach inc. Warehouse was a very nice place of employment. There was never a slow day of work in the assembly line. The company had many benefits: paychecks weekly, quarterly bonuses for all employees reaching sales goals, many employment opportunities. Here I learned to maintain stock of product for the store and maintained log of current inventory. After a while of working with boxed up product, I was able to differentiate items by their SKU #, which is a really handy skill in shipping and receiving.
Amazing pay rate, Great benefits, loads of in store oppurtunities
versatility of work hours