Jonathan Adler – Chestnut Hill, MA
Jonathan Adler is a home furnishings and design company dedicated to bringing style, craft and joy to our Clients lives. Our store culture is built… jobsradar.com
Jonathan Adler – Long Island City, NY
include: shipping and receiving, supply management, inventory control, logistics, customs, and responsibility for facility maintenance & other duties… jobsradar.com
Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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I worked at Jonathan Adler Enterprises full-time (More than a year)
The company has great potential. The product speaks for itself. There is a niche in the market for what Jonathan Adler does.
It's a place where you can be unappreciated for what you contribute to the "big picture". I have seen too many qualified, talented, and hard working employees leave. They really need to pay an outside consultant to assess the gaps and issues within the organizational structure because they are missing it. Too close to everything has made them blind!!
Advice to Management
Stop chasing away talented individual that can grow the retail side of the company. Be consistent and reward those that are driving the business to the next level. Stop looking outside your existing group of employees... they always say "the grass is greener" but that's only a saying. The truth is you need to invest in the talent you have and not disregard them. What ever happened to "People First?" Human resources has two parts to it. The "Human" part which is the physical person and "Resources" which is the talent they possess. It shouldn't just be a department in your organization. HR should be key in cultivating, educating, and developing. HR shouldn't be what it is in your organization. Maybe self assessing there will remedy the issues in the field.