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- Comp & Benefits
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- Culture & Values
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I worked at Casual Male Retail Group full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Great customers. Great working hours, flexible schedule, you learn a lot about building wardrobes and detailed selling techniques, salary plus 3% commissions, relaxed atmosphere.
Low pay, you lose commissions when merchandise is returned, expensive health benefits. Poor company culture, high turnover of upper management, poor treatment of experienced employees, negative perception of Casual Male employees vs. DXL employees by some regional sales managers contributing to very low morale in the CMXL stores, and over inflated sense of ego in the DXL stores. This is NOT a big happy corporate family.
Advice to Management
I know that DXL is all so shiny and new and is the future. But maybe you should at least give the illusion that your Casual Male brand still matters even though they're on borrowed time. Instead of pretending they're already a thing of the past. It might help uplift what little morale is left in those stores.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Casual Male Retail Group.
It was a great interview process. First a phone interview. The process consisted of two group interviews. The questions were pretty normal. Basic interview questions. Great interview process, The company made you feel at home during the process.
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Casual Male Retail Group sells men their Friday-wear and formalwear. The company offers private-label (about 70% of sales) and name-brand casual wear, dresswear, and suits for big-and-tall men through about 475 stores in some 45 US states, as well as online and through catalogs. It also operates a single Rochester Clothing store in London and sells apparel online in six European countries, including Germany and France. Trade names include Casual Male XL (formerly Casual Male Big & Tall), Rochester Clothing, Destination XL, B&T Factory Direct, and Shoes XL and Living XL...