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Burberry Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Bailey
Christopher Bailey
17 Ratings
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    I would only recommend for those needing part-time work.

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    Current Employee - Service Lead
    Current Employee - Service Lead

    I have been working at Burberry full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Understanding luxury clientele, having access to fashion trends, gaining a greater insight into the sourcing of materials and factories (i.e. Experiencing the product difference from made in China vs made in England materials)

    Cons

    There is little to no growth within the company. There are very few US stores and the pay is minimal.

    Operationally, the company has serious flaws. Paychecks were consistently incorrect, benefit plans have had completely incorrect information, the internal software and resources provided constantly crashed, making it very problematic to assist customers in a timely fashion.

    Overall, I would classify any retail position as a filler position.

    Be mindful that this is not a very progressive company, and the emphasis is completely sales based. You could bring innovation and passion everyday, but those ideas will fall on deaf ears if your particular store isn't making forecast. This sales based metrics measurements creates tension amongst associates trying to make goals.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Staffwear is very dissatisfying. Allotting 1-2 bottoms, 1 sweater, and 2 shirts for full time employees to wear 40 hours a week for months on end, without providing dry cleaning is unrealistic, this doesn't help associates dress to brand standards. I also believe allowing associates to have a few of their own Burberry pieces would give them a stronger sense of autonomy.

    Operationally, be more stringent on making certain pay checks are correct.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO