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2 days ago

SAP Business Systems Analyst - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Quiksilver Huntington Beach, CA

Responsible for the global implementation and production support of SAP ECC 6.0/AFS 6.4. Aid the business in undertaking a planned, global-wide SAP… VelvetJobs.com

2 days ago

Inventory / Visual Associate - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Quiksilver Las Vegas, NV

Responsible for processing, restocking of merchandise and processing of incoming/outgoing transfers. Partner with Visual Merchandiser in stocking of… VelvetJobs.com

2 days ago

Visual Merchandiser - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Quiksilver Waikïkï, HI

• Effectively communicate the overall Merchandising direction to staff. • Assess and communicate store needs (fixtures, hardware, product) and… VelvetJobs.com

2 days ago

Sales Operations Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Quiksilver Huntington Beach, CA

• Assign and distribute work to sales operations coordinators in best interest of the business • Management reporting (daily, weekly, monthly… VelvetJobs.com

2 days ago

Supervisor - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Quiksilver Laguna Beach, CA

• Set an example for the entire team. • Display a customer comes first attitude by training and holding our employees accountable for delivering… VelvetJobs.com

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Quiksilver Milwaukee, WI

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Quiksilver CEO Andy Mooney
Andy Mooney
18 Ratings

    Everyone misses the good old days.

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
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    I worked at Quiksilver full-time (more than 8 years)


    If you work for a manager who has the old school, Quik Ohana (family) foundation:
    - Life enriching
    - Good work-life balance
    - Flexible schedule
    - Fun vibe
    - Friendly, family like work environment
    - Good discounts (75% off a couple times a quarter, and 40-50% off depending on Outlet or Full Price)


    If you would have asked me 3-4 years ago about Quik, I would have told you it was the best place I have ever worked. Today though, the culture is dying. They used to be all about "Ohana," both on an employee and customer level. Those days are over. It is all about making money now, and upper management does not care about who they have to run over to do so. I would not be surprised, sadly, if the retail side of this brand has disappeared in the next couple of years.
    - Dying culture
    - Uncertain future
    - Poor communication
    - Lay offs and store closures
    - Poor pay
    - Poor employee recognition from upper management to the store level
    - Poor support, which can lead to poor training
    - Lots of long term (5+ year) employees leaving
    - Low employee morale
    - Poor location choices

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Remember Aloha? That thing that we didn't just used to drone on about on conference call, but used to live and act upon in our stores? Get back to our roots. Get back to being believable as a surf brand because we embody the culture that we love and support, instead of being a corporate beast who just cares about the stock prices, and forgets why we're really there. Take care of your Ohana, and they will take care of you.

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