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- River Island Clothing scored higher in 4 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Senior Management and Culture & Values.
- NanaMacs Boutique scored higher in 2 areas: Compensation & Benefits and Work-life balance.
What Employees Say
- "Staff discount" was the most mentioned Pro at River Island Clothing.
- "Long hours" was the most mentioned Con at River Island Clothing.
I worked at NanaMacs Boutique full-time
its an easy job for the money
the pressure that management puts on you is ridiculous and the supervisors are just watch dogs and if you are caught talking or standing for even a minute you will get talked to if not written up... EVERY time. it gets exhausting and they are always watching you with over 20 cameras in the warehouse alone that you would think would be for theft prevention but in reality is just to watch the employees. its uncomfortable and makes you feel that you have no privacy except for when you are in the bathroom. it honestly didn't bother me either until we had meeting after meeting where they told us that we weren't performing well and they would be specifically watching the cameras constantly for that purpose. there are constant rule changes and crack downs on these new rules with no time to adjust. there are no paid 15 min breaks which is legal in Idaho but when they only give you two 10 minute UNPAID breaks that you cannot exceed or you will get a verbal or a written even by one minute it can make yours breaks stressful as well, and yes I did get a verbal for going one minute over on my break.
Advice to Management
It often seems that you take your bad days out on your employees.