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4 days ago

Vice President, Public Relations, William-Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma Inc. San Francisco, CA

Vice President, Public Relations, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Our Company Founded in 1956, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (WSI)… Williams-Sonoma Inc.

4 days ago

Creative Services Assistant - Williams-Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma San Francisco, CA

Provide administrative support to a Senior Vice President and three… Manage Sr. Vice President's appointment calendar and corporate calendar.… Williams-Sonoma

10 days ago

VP Visual Merchandising Williams Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma Inc. San Francisco, CA

The Vice President of Visual Merchandising is responsible for partnering… initiatives. The Vice President of Visual Merchandising is accountable for… Williams-Sonoma Inc.

9 days ago

Director, Website Merchandising - Williams-Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma Inc. San Francisco, CA

Execute the merchandise strategy for the channel product strategy and visual website merchandising strategy for specific product departments and… Williams-Sonoma Inc.

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Williams-Sonoma President, CEO and Director Laura J. Alber
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    Not for the technologically inclined

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Williams-Sonoma full-time (less than an year)


    Great people, good chances for movement within the company


    They do not value technology at all. Computers that are barely held together with tape are given to new employees. Industrial printers for the design team break on an almost daily basis. They have just enough equipment to go around and no spares if things break which is all the time.

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    invest in your company. it's hard to attract good talent when they will not get the tools to do their jobs.

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