Joe's Jeans Reviews

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Joe's Jeans President, CEO, and Director Marc B. Crossman
Marc B. Crossman
8 Ratings

    Great company to work for but lacks a clear long term vision.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Commerce, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Commerce, CA

    I worked at Joe's Jeans full-time (more than 5 years)


    Great employees.
    Great management.
    Exciting management that is young and fun at heart.
    Very stable place to work. This is rare in fashion. I appreciate that management puts an effort into keeping employees for the long haul.


    Planning and decision making is slightly all over the place making it hard to implement projects in a timely matter.
    Company doesn't focus on overall stock performance to benefit the employees and shareholders.
    Public company that acts too much like a private company which makes "titles" hard to go by. Lots of cooks in the kitchen when some are not cooks.
    Lots of micro managing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Plan around "Joe's Jeans". Do't worry as much about what "everyone else" is doing.
    Get the stock up.
    Be consistent and all have a similar vision in par with one another to streamline company decision making and operations.
    Less is more. Quality over Quantity.

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    Assistant Store Manager Interview

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    Submit resume to hr as per an internet ad for a position, phone interview

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    I accepted original conditions of employment.
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Headquarters Commerce, CA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1987
Type Company - Public (JOEZ)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Joe's Jeans has jettisoned just about everything but its jeans. Following its acquisition of the Joe's brand from JD Holdings in 2007, the private-label apparel maker changed its name from Innovo Group to Joe's Jeans and revised its business plan to focus on building the Joe's and Joe's Jeans brands of denim and denim-related products. Joe's Jeans sells its apparel online at the Joe's Jeans website, in the US and Europe through high-end retailers such as Saks and Macy's, and in specialty stores including Atrium and Fred Segal. Founded in 1987, the firm changed its name in... More

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