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Enfield, CT
1001 to 5000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Department, Clothing, & Shoe Stores
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
JoS. A. Bank, Ralph Lauren, Vineyard Vines
As America's oldest clothing retailer, Brooks Brothers has a history of creating long-term relationships with both our Customers and our Associates. With more than 270 stores throughout the United States and Canada and more than 650 locations abroad, we continue ... Read more

Mission: “To make and deal only in merchandise of the best quality,
to sell at a fair profit only, and to deal only with those who seek
and are capable of appreciating such merchandise.”

– Henry Sands Brooks, 1818

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Brooks Brothers CEO Claudio Del Vecchio
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    Former Employee - Sales Associate
    Former Employee - Sales Associate
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    I worked at Brooks Brothers part-time (More than a year)


    Learned the suit industry inside and out.


    No real downsides fairnwork for fair pay

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Brooks Brothers photo of: Brooks Brothers Flagship Store- 346 Madison Avenue
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    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Brooks Brothers.


    I interviewed for a new store that had not yet opened. Approximately two months after submitting my resume I was contacted for an interview. The interview process itself took about a month. I was initially contacted by the Talent Acquisition Manager for a phone interview. After this I took an online skill and personality assessment which was around 100 questions, approximately 1/3 of which were mathematical story problems. After passing that I moved to a phone interview with the District Manager, then another phone interview with the Regional HR Supervisor. At this point I was invited to take a standard drug screening, and met with the DM for an informal face to face interview. I then met with the candidate they had offered the Store Manager position to for another informal chat to ensure we would function well as a team. After this meeting I was officially offered the position. Throughout the entire process everyone was incredibly polite and professional. I was told exactly what the process would be during my first interview, and that was reiterated to me at each subsequent interview. They were very accommodating of my schedule and transparent throughout the entire process, answering all my questions with extreme detail. I was very impressed by their attention to detail, thoroughness, professionalism, and respect.

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    • All the questions are behavior based, ie: tell me about a time your team let you down, tell me about the most difficult feedback you've received on a performance review, tell me how you drive business in your store, etc.   Answer Question
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