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30+ days ago

Senior Merchandise Planner

Neiman Marcus Dallas, TX

The Senior Merchandise Planner is a business partner to the Buyer and Manager of Merchandise Planning (MMP) to… Percipio Media

18 days ago

Assistant Buyer

Neiman Marcus Dallas, TX

include: Managing promotional aspects such as contests, samples for advertising, swatch books and conclaves Compiling and reviewing financial data… Percipio Media

9 days ago

Merchandise Manager

Neiman Marcus Grapevine, TX

The primary function of the Merchandise Manager is to build sales volume by leading selling specialists and store team to provide selling and service… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Vice President/Divisional Merchandise Manager

Neiman Marcus Dallas, TX

Focus on maximizing sales, margin and profit while providing outstanding customer… Percipio Media

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    Great company overall, hard to move up

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Neiman Marcus full-time (more than 3 years)


    Your experience will depend on the attitude of the others around you. Working at the downtown Dallas store, I felt like most people were happy and management was encouraging and supportive. Commission based work is hard, but if you don't know that going in that's on you. Really like that they're using more technology.


    Department management kept changing. Made it hard to develop relationships with them and use them as resources for customers. This is because our location worked well for people in the EDP to get their store experience without moving. Good for them, bad for the retail workers. EDP was harder to get into for people who have already worked in the company as sales people. They want you to have experience as a coordinator instead.

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    Change the EDP requirements so that a department management step isn't required- they should shadow them, but not be forced to work in a position they have no intention of staying in for more than a year. Get people in those positions who want to stay.

    Technology wise - I see great efforts being made (hello, Smart Mirrors?! Awesome!), but seriously, update the POS system. It was a joke where I was.

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