Anyone that has to be around Raemdonck.. Also these numbers Neiman touts in press.. They are similar to other retailers as even the rich sat on their money last year...
Wait. what? Dallas is going to pay $5.2 million to help NM stay downtown? From tax payer dollars? So taxpayers are paying for the rich to be able to buy $4,000 Gucci handbags and $2,000 pairs of shoes? huh? I’m at a loss for words.
All because GVR wants to live anywhere but here. And David wants to live in Florida.
Wow just saw online the plan to move headquarters involves having Dallas pay the company to keep the money losing flagship open . About the d-mbest thing i have heard. Dallas city council needs their heads examined. If Neiman is the profitable... — read more
It is sad that almost no one believes that NM can get back on track. Is there any room for optimism here?
I haven't been here long and I think I won't stay long. I am surprised at how little employees are valued here. An older colleague told me that it used to be much different at Neiman Marcus, but from this perspective it is really hard for me to... — read more
They thought investing in Neimans was a great idea.. Wall street has crashed its stock to lowest level ever.right after. Guess not Just saw on another page their CEO was warned about wasting their cash .hope there isnt a break up fee.. What a... — read more
Just saw on neiman marcus sucks on facebook some of the numbers . They are online from stretto... Google neiman marcus bankruptcy news . The company has had twenty seven objections including one today in paying creditors.. Paid 36 million to... — read more
The publication gave a free advertorial for the company... No mention of not paying creditors. Class action lawsuits or legal issues they are Trying to dodge.. Raemdonck who has zero decency. or any ethics must be laughing at how it is easy to fool... — read more
Every day here is either super boring or unnecessarily stressful. But it’s mostly boring. There is no middle.
I know it’s taboo to mention any of our past with our current regime. But we brush over so much of our history when we proudly mention Carrie Neiman and then no other female leaders. There were many people in between and I want to take the end of... — read more
Anyone on here work at NM in Beverly Hills in late 90s, early 2000s? Victor, Katrina, and Claire were in Loro Piana and Brioni departments back then? Anyone know what happened to them? I left in 2002 and lost touch with them -I can’t believe it’s... — read more
How about we start promoting from within? How about we start rewarding employees who give it their all each day and provide them with an incentive to continue giving it their all? Right now, with the pay as it is and the overall lousy treatment... — read more
The only reason I'm still here is because I desperately need a job. I got a great offer but in the end I couldn't accept it because it required me to move so I stayed here for a while longer. I don't think I'll be very selective anymore when I go... — read more
Just saw on Facebook Neiman Marcus sucks how CNN business actually featured our our corrupt CEO.. Hes now trying to claim they didnt need to go bankrupt but it was strategic.. what a joke.. i personally knew vendors cheated by them.. why do you think... — read more
In my case, when I have time to dedicate to my private things, I am usually too tired from work. Over the past few months I’ve been getting more and more work. At first I thought it was just a phase and that it would pass, but it's getting worse... — read more
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.
The only African American female leader left at the company resigned today.
Pay out is December 31st. I wonder how many people will exit after that day?
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
According to the NY Post Van Raemdonck, who has a home in Dallas, lives six weeks out of the year in Europe and six weeks from his home in the Hamptons as well as an apartment in New York City, according to the anonymous post.
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
Does anyone know if the Natick location is closing soon? I was thinking about applying but dont want to I'd its closing in the near future.
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
Another white woman leading ESG and Belonging! An Asian brought in to lead legal over an African American.
Little by little the experienced people that work in my location are being harassed or mistreated into quitting. After a week or two we end up hiring someone younger who has never worked retail before and the time/money it takes to train them is... — read more
I guess they noticed that I do my job conscientiously and that I care about keeping this job (at least for a while), so now they are trying their best to squeeze me to the maximum. The more I work, the more work I get. On the other hand, that’s why... — read more
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
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
Noticed articles announcing new female leaders. What’s the word with Tracy’s old position?
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