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White House Black Market Overview

Fort Myers, FL
1001 to 5000 employees
Chico's FAS
1985
Unknown
Retail
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Unknown
White House Black Market is a multichannel fashion retailer that began as two small Baltimore, Maryland boutiques—The White House, opened in 1985. Black Market, opened in 1995. The brand, acquired by Chico’s FAS in 2003, is dedicated to providing a modern ... Read more

White House Black Market Reviews

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    I have been working at White House Black Market part-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    The staff is great, everyone is pretty cool.

    Cons

    Not enough hours given, you will need another job.

    Advice to Management

    Stay focused

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White House Black Market Photos

White House Black Market photo of: Store Front
White House Black Market photo of: WHBM Team - Fashion Night In Black & White
White House Black Market photo of: WHBM Boutique
White House Black Market photo of: WHBM Boutique
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White House Black Market Interviews

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    General Manager Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at White House Black Market.

    Interview

    When the DM called me to schedule a phone interview after I applied online, she started peppering me with questions immediately. I was completely unprepared and not in a position to have a lengthy conversation at that moment. When we did have our actual phone interview a few days later, she did not even start off by asking anything about my experience. The first thing she asked was, "What questions do you have for me?" It seemed very awkward and out of order. Most questions that a candidate has about a company or position can be answered during the course of conversation. Otherwise, time should be allowed at the end to open up for them. The DM seemed incredibly distracted the entire time we were speaking, which made me uncomfortable. There was a lot of awkward silence after I finished answering her questions. I was really glad when the interview was over, as I certainly did not want to work for her.

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