Nasty Gal Jobs in Los Angeles, CA

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2 days ago

Editorial Director – new

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Do you have years of exceptional experience in the fashion editorial realm? Know the exact two words that perfectly describe the next style trend? A… Nasty Gal


8 days ago

Senior Accountant

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

In this role you will... • Assist the Controller in preparation of month-end and year-end close, including preparing and posting journal entries… Nasty Gal


30+ days ago

Merchandise Planner - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Nasty Gal Inc. Los Angeles, CA

The Merchandise Planner will report to the Director of Planning and Allocation and will play an integral role in growing our business. This will… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Footwear Buyer - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Nasty Gal Inc. Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is looking for a Sr. Footwear Buyer to lead the shoe business. The Sr. Buyer will be responsible for developing and implementing a… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Production Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Nasty Gal Inc. Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is seeking an Assistant Product Development & Production Manager to work out of our Downtown Los Angeles offices. You will work closely… VelvetJobs.com


8 days ago

Accounting Manager

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is looking for an Accounting Manager to join the Accounting & Finance team at Nasty Gal. This position will report into the Controller and… VentureLoop


30+ days ago

Graphic Designer - Marketing

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Seeking designers who understand the Nasty Gal customer and the ecommerce experience, with clean, playful and sophisticated design aesthetics… Nasty Gal


30+ days ago

Data Engineer

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Reporting to the Director, Data Engineering, we’re looking for someone who is a team player and puts delivery and accuracy of data above all else… Nasty Gal


30+ days ago

Business Systems Analyst (Contract)

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Business Systems Analyst Nasty Gal is a privately-held global eCommerce style destination catering to an international cult of obsessed, super… Nasty Gal


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Sophia Amoruso
42 Ratings
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    Lets just say I'm glad I didn't buy my stock options.

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Nasty Gal full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Dog friendly, awesome co-workers, sample sales, cool brand, and there used to be parties and booze. The company culture was really fun when I started and it was exciting to be a part of something, which at the time, was growing quickly from a start-up. Made a lot of great connections.

    Cons

    I noticed all the really awesome, talented, smart people started leaving one by one and it's no wonder why. Pay is well under industry standard and there are hardly any raises or promotions. I enjoyed going to work everyday until the new CFO and CEO came aboard. They are tyrants. To them everyone is replaceable; anyone with a different opinion than them is let go. I loved my manager and I met several on the upper management team who were great, but no one ever stayed long. Every time someone with any kind of power joined I had high hopes they would be able to fix the mess of brokenness but they went running out the door before long. Morale just kept sinking. Sophia is very naive. I commend her for her story but she's way out of her league and way out of touch with her company. I understand from a business standpoint how some layoffs/ restructuring might be called for but they were really shady about it. Friends would always ask me to refer them for jobs because it sounded so glamorous, but I refused to subject anyone I like to the horrible place that is Nasty Gal.

    Advice to Management

    Listen to your employees! Show them they are appreciated! Don't forget they are human beings! These are pretty basic things... Invest in your employees. Grow them. Take care of them. They will do the same for you.


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