- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at G-III Apparel full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Success of their business model
Company values practically not existent, promotions are not based on merit but "who belongs to the club"
Executive level lacks of civilization, respect and diplomacy. HR calls it "G-III Managerial Style"Advice to ManagementAdvice
Have the executive level attend cultural sensitivity / behavioral training classes once a year to keep them in touch with their culturally diverse environment.
**Intimidating management styles across executive level causes a nervous unproductive employeeDoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
G-III Apparel Group has the leather part of Stevie Nicks' leather and lace wrapped up. The company is best known for making leather jackets under the G-III, Marvin Richards, Black Rivet, Winlit, Siena Studio, and other labels (such as Andrew Marc), as well as under licensed names. It also makes pants, skirts, and sportswear from leather and other materials. Some 65% of G-III's sales are generated from licensed apparel it makes for the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB teams, as well as for Jones New York, Nine West, and Kenneth Cole. The company's customers include department stores...