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16 days ago

Senior Manager Analytics Strategy

Williams-Sonoma Inc. Brooklyn, NY

As a Senior Manager, West Elm E-Commerce Analytics Strategy on the E-Commerce Optimization team, you will be responsible for leveraging insights… Williams-Sonoma Inc.


4 days ago

Senior Buyer, Global

Williams-Sonoma Inc. Brooklyn, NY

Since our first catalog launch in 2002; our brand, our stores, our story is continually evolving. We are a dynamic, fast-paced brand with an exciting… Williams-Sonoma Inc.


17 days ago

Global Merchandise Planner - West Elm

Williams-Sonoma Inc. Brooklyn, NY

Since our first catalog launch in 2002; our brand, our stores, our story is continually evolving. We are a dynamic, fast-paced brand with an exciting… Williams-Sonoma Inc.


5 days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Williams-Sonoma Inc. Hackensack, NJ

include but are not limited to: * Set the pace on sales floor and model desired behaviors to generate sales and build loyal customer relationships… Williams-Sonoma Inc.


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    Great learning environment for entry-level associate but don't hope for more.

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Brooklyn, NY
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Brooklyn, NY

    I worked at Williams-Sonoma part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    My co-workers and Junior Management were a team of dedicated, goal-oriented and efficient workers who took the time to show me the ropes. We were all dedicated to the success of our small store in Brooklyn and as a result we achieved new records in performance and quality service.

    Cons

    Senior Management leveraged our skills and abilities to meet deadlines and impress superiors.
    Corporate and Senior Management made empty promises and ineffective policies for store-level associates. There was a felt dissonance between store-level and corporate priorities.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please honor your employees by investing in their career development. Allow them the opportunity to grow and aid in their vertical movement within your company. Don't forget about the hungry, qualified, seasoned professionals in your stores just to satisfy the bottom line.

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