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30+ days ago

Regional Director, Northeast - Fashion Industry Opportunity

J. Jill Quincy, MA

Located minutes from Boston in Quincy, Massachusetts, we have over 225 stores and a state-of-the-art contact and distribution center in Tilton, New… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Director, Ecommerce Operations - Fashion Industry Opportunity

J. Jill Quincy, MA

The Director Ecommerce Operations is accountable for site demand and conversion, a best-in-class user experience, and the operational performance of… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Director, Fabric - Fashion Industry Opportunity

J. Jill Quincy, MA

The Fabric Director is responsible for sourcing and presenting high quality fabrics that meet our brand needs from conceptualization through… VelvetJobs.com


2 days ago

Assistant Merchant - Direct – new

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J. Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated in-house… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant Merchant

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J. Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated in-house… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate Merchant

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J. Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated in-house… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Regional Director

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J.Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant Technical Designer

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J. Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated in-house… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Ecommerce Web Analyst

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J. Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated in-house… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director, Fabric

J. Jill Group Quincy, MA

About J. Jill: J.Jill is a unique women’s specialty clothing retailer. With a passionately devoted customer base, a talented and dedicated in-house… Glassdoor


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    Toxic Environment. STAY AWAY!

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    Former Employee - Manager in Quincy, MA
    Former Employee - Manager in Quincy, MA

    I worked at J. Jill Group full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    You might survive if you have a supportive manager, but that's VERY rare. Free K-Cups is a pro. The roof deck is nice IF you get the rare opportunity to be able to take a lunch break. 60+ hours a week is the norm, no time for lunch. Location is good.

    Cons

    J.Jill is a toxic environment, very cut throat, kill-or-be-killed mentality. Everyone throws everyone under the bus to protect themselves and that's acceptable. Management said point-blank in a meeting that they expect you to stay after hours and it’s the norm to NOT see your kids, “if you want a job and you want to leave at 5, this is not the place for you, if you want a career it is”, “You either have it or you don’t and if you don’t your time is going to be up”. Once head exec walked the halls and stated “it’s 6:30 where is everybody?”. I mentioned I needed to leave at 5:30 to pick up my daughter and its been hard to leave to do so - "too bad" they told me, "I don't see my kids either". Late and early meetings are the norm, 8am meetings and 7pm meetings happen almost every day. They don't develop and support their good people and then drive them out. The President of the company is always confused on what she asked for in prior meetings and has everyone run around in circles back and forth to appease her. Decisions are made on the fly with no regards to what needs to get done and the impact on the employees, creative work suffers and it results in a lower quality outcome. There is A TON of turnover. They place unrealistic expectations on their staff and everyone is overworked, departments are understaffed, folks are miserable and unhappy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop and think how you are treating your employees - they're your most valuable asset, treat them that way, you will see a difference. You have a terrible reputation that will keep good talent away. Train your management and care a little about the fact that these people would do better work if happy and balanced in work and life. You focus on training store employees, what about corporate?

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