Compare Mark's vs Jean Machine BETA

See how Jean Machine vs. Mark's compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 203 reviews)
(based on 34 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Mark's Ceo Stephen Wetmore
80%Stephen Wetmore
Jean Machine Ceo Malcolm Perlman
61%Malcolm Perlman
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Employee discount"(in 13 reviews)
"Flexible hours"(in 11 reviews)
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"Upper management"(in 10 reviews)
"Minimum wage"(in 8 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Management

I have been working at Mark's full-time for more than 10 years


Large, Canadian organization! Low turnover at Store Mgr Level and above! Good products with good innovation. Company is definitely trying to move into the current century


Disorganized method of doing business, Respect for People- has left the building!, No one ever talks about sales!!!???? Absent leadership from the Regional VP levels.... "ignore it and it will go... away" seems to be the mindset. People need to see PEOPLE!

Advice to Management

DM's visit stores, regularly. AVP's don't. Not sure why this is allowed? Get out of the office and speak to the people who can give valuable information regarding your business trends, customer... feedback, and give these people some recognition...

"meh, dont bother"Sep 15, 2018

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Jean Machine part-time


Good sales experience for those who haven't been in retail before


Very heavily weighed on the 4 Steps of Selling they teach you and maintaining ridiculously high budgets for overpriced and often, cheap merchandise. Many customers had complained about the sales... people being too pushy and pushing them to buy products they didn't want, but felt like they needed to because the employee would not stop pushing it. Employees also have to buy and wear current clothes, which are pretty expensive, even at 50% off. Part-time employees are required to shell out the same amount of money as FT employees, to pay for outfits every few weeks to keep up with current merchandise. And you have to wear what is being sol in store, not even the items that appear only online.

Advice to Management

Reassess your company values. Yes, you want your employees to have connections with customers and clients, but forcing and pushing products into their faces will not result in life-long clientele. It... will result in returns and frustrated people who will spread the word about how annoying and relentless the employees are. Maybe focus more on making the shoppers experience more about having fun and less about adding that UPT.

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