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30+ days ago

Headquarters - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Diesel Milan

Whatever you're into, as long as you have passion, an insatiable love for fashion and will do almost anything to get into Diesel (or even if you just… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Design & Creative - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Diesel Milan

Whatever you're into, as long as you have passion, an insatiable love for fashion and will do almost anything to get into Diesel (or even if you just… VelvetJobs.com


Diesel Reviews

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Diesel CEO Renzo Rosso
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    A job for spoiled kids or adults who still live with their parents. Not recommended for people who support themselves.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Sales Associate
    Current Employee - Sales Associate

    I have been working at Diesel part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    - Awesome coworkers. We're pretty much like family.
    - Freedom to express yourself and creativity. (Only the Brave!)
    - Clothing allotment every season.
    - The clothing is unique and it's pleasing to the eye.
    - Easy to engage with customers.
    - Good bonuses (makes up for 40% of the paycheck)

    Cons

    - Due to 'budget cuts' whatever that really means...I've been working as a 'part time' with 25+ hours with no benefits. They won't switch me to full time saying how money is tight. Uh okay? Whatever that means.
    - Minimum wage does NOT start at $10 unless you work at a bigger store (New York, San Fransisco, etc) I get paid $7 with 3% commission in a very slow store. We are located where housing is very expensive everywhere, including where I rent. (It's inevitable)
    - Management is all sorts of whack. Going from favoritism, close minded-ness, to the lack of work they do. Honestly, what do they REALLY do inside the office?
    - No matter how much work you put in the store, if your manager doesn't like you, you will never EVER move up. They will manipulate you in to thinking you will, and even telling you and that they are on your side.
    - HR doesn't follow up. They really don't care. Unless the store is on fire or if you are molested, they don't care about 'petty' things.

    I've been working with this company for 4 years.
    I ask myself why I'm still here but I realize I have rent to pay and job are hard to get in this economy.

    I would give this job one star but I love my coworkers and I've met good people through this job so I'm giving it 2.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop sitting in the office and DO something.
    Please stop with favoritisms and actually see who's really faithful and true to the company;
    The one who's taking the initiative and taking that extra step to make the store look good for the customers? Or the one who will pretend to listen to your life stories to get a raise? (Which we all know by now. We will never ever get a raise. None of us. What even is a raise?)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO