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30+ days ago

Corporate Shuttle Driver

Forever 21 Los Angeles, CA

The Corporate Shuttle Driver will be responsible for the safe transportation, loading, and unloading of Forever 21 personnel and their personal items… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Travel Associate

Forever 21 Inc. Los Angeles, CA

Forever 21 is seeking an innovative, energetic, and passionate team player to add to our dynamic Operations team. Job Purpose: The Travel Associate… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Visual Merchandiser- MacArthur Center – new

Forever 21 Inc. Norfolk, VA

Job Function: Deliverables: • Works accordingly to visual guidelines in order to generate sales and provide shopping ease for customers… CareerBuilder


23 days ago

Store Manager - Patrick Henry Mall

Forever 21 Inc. Newport News, VA

Job Function: Deliverables: • Create and promote a friendly, professional environment with customers, supervisors, and co-workers. • Maximize… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Co-Manager- Tyson's Corner

Forever 21 Inc. McLean, VA

Job Function: Deliverables: • Supports the Company vision through co-ownership and co-accountability for the overall sales, profitability… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Job Fair - Tysons Corner

Forever 21 Inc. McLean, VA

NOW HIRING!!!! Sales Associates Visual Merchandiser Join us for our Open Interviews @: Tysons Corner Mall 1961 Chain Bridge Road, #E20L McLean… CareerBuilder


23 days ago

Assistant Store Mgr - Potomac Mills Mall

Forever 21 Inc. Prince William, VA +2 locations

Job Function: Deliverables: • Supports the Company vision through front line management of Store Associates. • Supports the Store Manager and… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Visual Merchandiser - Tysons Corner Mall – new

Forever 21 Inc. McLean, VA

Job Function: Deliverables: • Works accordingly to visual guidelines in order to generate sales and provide shopping ease for customers… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Stock Manager- Tyson's Corner

Forever 21 Inc. McLean, VA +2 locations

Job Function: Deliverables: • Supports the Company vision through ownership and accountability for the timely and productive processing of… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Visual Merchandise Manager- Springfield Town Center

Forever 21 Inc. Springfield, VA

Job Function: Deliverables: • Supports the Company vision through ownership and accountability for the visual merchandise presentation in… CareerBuilder


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Forever 21 Co-Founder and CEO Do Won "Don" Chang
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    A year and a half too long

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    Current Employee - Sales Associate  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Sales Associate in New York, NY

    I have been working at Forever 21 part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Working for Forever 21 at first was an amazing experience. I met so many amazing people that I consider more than just my coworkers, I was given a modest wage with good hours considering I'm still in school, I was trained to do everything and multitask, I worked my way up and gained management's recognition. It pretty much is a great place to learn how to develop skills for your future careers.

    Cons

    I began realizing how much I disliked the organization from management maybe eight months in. Management really doesn't care about you or your goals to advance in the store, I know because I've worked so hard to move up to work with the visual team and they don't communicate back to me at all and just throw me onto the sales floor. Why? Because they don't care about your feelings, they just want to use you. Also, all they care about is making money. Obviously a retail store would want to make money, but they scream into the walkies about having five minutes left to make the hourly sales goal and they pester you to customer service, even when you are and doing the best you can. Oh and 10% discount? Really?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My advice to management is to better organize yourselves, treat your employees how you want to be treated and speak to your employees how you would want to be spoken to, and make better decisions to make the money. A sales team that is pestered and discouraged is not a sales team that will make you money.

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