Topics regarding layoffs at Neiman Marcus Group

Topics regarding layoffs at Neiman Marcus Group

Falling apart

The last of the old regime (Willis) left the company. Willis is a kind benevolent leader. One must wonder why all the “good people” keep leaving.

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I don’t like WFH

I seem to be one of the few who doesn’t like WFH. Of course, this also has its advantages, but for me WFH primarily means more work overload and no work- life balance. I feel like I’m working all day. Perhaps WFH just isn’t a good solution for... —  read more 

Full of…you know what

Take the blinders off folks: Diversity - only if they are women and g-ys (forget about Blacks & Hispanics, if you’re of those races you’ll never be promoted to executive level & when you leave no one will care) Legal department- watch as the... —  read more 

New editorial wet kiss

Womens wear daily gave a long article about the company ignoring all their trashy behavior .They wouldnt even put a journalist name behind it..What a pathetic excuse of a rag masquerading as journalism. They stuck us with a huge health bill during... —  read more 

Time to make a stand!

While other department stores, pay their draw vs commission associates an non productive hours, Neiman’s at this time does not. Even though they lost a 5 million dollar settlement in California 2019. Talking to some old time associates, they will... —  read more 

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More bad publicity

The robbery at San Fran made most of the national news and CNN too..It also stirred up many who now say the companies wading into politics arena was unacceptable.That stores are not safe and Neiman has failed to adress it . Stores are still most of... —  read more 

No more hard work

The more you work you do, the more work you get and the less you are valued? Such is at least my experience here. I have achieved nothing by working hard, except that I feel quite naive and taken advantage of, as I see that slackers are much better... —  read more 


I have been in retail more years than I should! My question is with all the technology we have in 2021, what the heck are managers doing in their office with so call reports, meetings and not helping associates with customer complaints. Back in... —  read more 

Giving notice

Having endured a lot here, it would be very stupid to leave an ugly impression in the end. I plan to give notice by the end of this week, so I'm wondering how others did it? Did you explain the reason for your departure? I've heard some stories... —  read more 

"Yes" culture

Now it is enough just to be a brown noser and a “yes person” and up you go. I know that it’s not just characteristic of this company, I’ve worked before in a company where thinking with your head wasn’t much appreciated either. Still, it seems to me... —  read more 

No store job is secure

No job there is secure. They are looking to rid more top wage earners that escaped the many slices and dices.. rotating layoffs and regional reviews to see where further cuts can be made are ongoing . To expect otherwise and that anyone is valued is... —  read more 

Another shake up store level

Rumors of yet another store level shake up happing this week... why then when you go on LinkedIn you see new hires at corporate with all the a-s kissing comments ? Only reason on LinkedIn myself to network and finally leave this sinking ship!

Snob kabob

I had a good laugh at the Neiman’s in Las Vegas when the clerk told me the Chanel handbag was $7,500 “darling” snobby

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