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I worked at Bernardo Fashions full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
They do make a nice product and have nice offices.
The office culture stems from the top- minimal teamwork, lots of gossip, and no room for growth.
Very unpleasant work environment; the atmosphere varies over the course of the day depending on the mood of the owner, Stuart Pollack.
If you choose to work there, make sure your first deal is your best deal.
There are a privileged few who work there, bur otherwise it is a revolving door.
Advice to Management
My advice is to make better and more consistent business decisions- to much is based upon the owner's ego
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through other source. The process took a week – interviewed at Bernardo Fashions (New York, NY).
Met with controller and owner based on referral from a colleague. I merely contacted the owner via email and received an instant response to meet. At least the pre-interview process was straight to the point and reassured me that networking can work!
- Was a bit surprised at the owners lack of awareness on how the economy has change outside of his world. Answer Question
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Like the city of its headquarters, some of Bernardo Fashions' products are so nice you have to say them twice. The company designs and markets outerwear and sportswear for men and women. Bernardo Fashions first racked up sales with machine-washable and machine-dryable suede. It later hung out faux shearling, faux-faux shearling, leather, stretch suede, and wool cashmere garments on its product line. The clothing is sold in department stores nationwide, including Nordstrom and Marshall Field's. Bernardo Fashions was founded in Montreal in 1980 to bring European style to...