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I have been working at Pink Shirtmaker full-time (More than a year)
The company recently relaunched the brand, there's great financial support for the repositioning and the quality of the product has improved. They take feedback from their clients very seriously and continuously change to improve the brand and invest in training all members of their store teams on product knowledge and the selling ceremony.
Sometimes too many processes and practices change at one time and you're not sure which variable was impactful. There's also a very structured bureaucracy in the company which can be challenging to an individual market's growth.
Advice to Management
Invest in better technology to support your store teams. The talent is improving and the company is beginning to compensate their employees to match the market--but they can't succeed when the technological tools aren't there to support them.
I applied in-person. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Pink Shirtmaker (Miami, FL) in April 2019.
Brief and easy. Just sat with the Assistant Manager and chatted for about 20 minutes. More focused on personality than the job, itself. Political questions were a bit odd, though.
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