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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


19 days ago

Etalagiste en prêt- -porter - Île-de

DIESEL France

Compétences requises ou optionnelles : - Normes de sécurité des espaces et des établissements recevant du public - Utilisation de logiciels de… Adzuna France


19 days ago

Etalagiste en prêt- -porter - Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

DIESEL France

Compétences requises ou optionnelles : - Normes de sécurité des espaces et des établissements recevant du public - Utilisation de logiciels de… Adzuna France


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    I have been working at Diesel

    Pros

    People complain about this job like no other but in the end, we stay for the amazing people and free clothes. Diesel is the kind of place where you can actually gain experience and take with you some great knowledge.

    Cons

    Where to start....
    -Diesel does not pay nearly enough as they should be if they even cared about the fact that their employees are struggling to survive. I don't even know how the company gets away with such terrible wages.
    -HR doesn't care about your problems unless if your problem can be filed as a lawsuit. HR tells employees to take it up with their store managers, even if the issue is your store manager.
    -At the store level, managers also don't care about your problems. You can tell them every complaint you have and they will sit there and act like they care and then never do or say anything about it again.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start caring about your employees and take care of our concerns. Maybe people wouldn't quit so fast if management didn't come off so harsh and make the job seem more intense than it really is.

    Stop telling employees to leave their emotions at home yet when you're upset with an employee it's ok for you to ignore us and blatantly act like there's something wrong. Being a hypocrite isn't cute.

    Listen to the complaints that employees have and ACTUALLY FIX IT.

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