Brooks Brothers Jobs & Careers in San Francisco, CA

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30+ days ago

Store Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Brooks Brothers San Francisco, CA

Our vision for our store team is to be guided by a servant leader who leads his/her business as a "CEO" , possessing a business acumen and talent for… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Sales Associate – new

Brooks Brothers Group, Inc San Francisco, CA

• A passion for the Brooks Brothers Brand and delivering outstanding customer… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Brooks Brothers Group, Inc San Francisco, CA

As the country’s oldest clothing retailer, Brooks Brothers is proud to uphold the same traditions and values for nearly two centuries. We believe… Glassdoor


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    Brooks Brothers is firing most of the employees when opening the new San Francisco store.

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    Current Employee - Sales Associate  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Sales Associate in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Brooks Brothers full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The clothes never change. The blue shirts are always blue.

    Cons

    Brooks Brothers is firing most of the experienced employees at the San Francisco store as they move to a new store down the block. The employees have worked there for decades. They were told they were not wanted at the new store as Brooks was hiring scores of people for the new store. The new employees are in the their 20's. Even the thirty year olds are worried.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have some loyalty to the employees who stuck with you for decades when times were rough.

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