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30+ days ago


Kellwood Company San Francisco, CA

Senior Designer: A. Seasonal direction development B. Post Textile Alignment: individual group and Silhouette development C. Post Style Alignment… Kellwood Company

30+ days ago

Sales Assistant

Kellwood Company Mill Valley, CA

include · Develop an excellent working relationship with multiple Account Managers to meet their needs and support the wholesale channel… Kellwood Company

30+ days ago

Technical Designer

Kellwood Company Mill Valley, CA

· Create initial patterns when necessary as well as update and correct patterns during proto stage. · Ownership of the fit sessions: organization… Kellwood Company

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    Kellwood seems to pay at market rate, which is good. There are a lot of nice, helpful people in the company. Medical, dental and vision insurance are available at a very reasonable cost for "employee only" and reasonable for family coverage also. They do have a small 401k match that was reinstated over the past year or two. Financials do seem to be headed in the right direction with various non-performing divisions closed down or sold.


    Company has struggled financially for many years since they were taken over in 2008 and moved into the private sector. Turnover has been large, both due to numerous rounds of position eliminations and employees leaving for other, more stable jobs. Many people lived/live in fear of whether they might be next to be let go. Executive management changed numerous times in the past 5 years or so. It has been a very stressful situation.

    Advice to Management

    Get an executive team in and keep them there long enough for them to be able to make a difference. Turnover has been way too high at this level, as well as at most lower levels. The economy is not good, so there's only so much that can be done, as the consumer cannot be forced to buy.

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