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Ralph Lauren Corporation is an American fashion company producing products ranging from the mid-range to the luxury segments. They are known for the clothing, marketing and distribution of products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories, and fragrances. The Company's brands include the mid-range Chaps brand, to the sub-premium Lauren Ralph Lauren brand, to the premium Polo Ralph Lauren, Do

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Assistant Manager of Merchandising (Former Employee) says

"Working in a leadership position was an awful experience as having to deal with other catty back stabbing managers who played favoritism bullying and gaslighting. No training was given and being degraded was constantly on the menu. This was the worst mistake of my life to ever accept a job here. NonePrevious Bad LeadershipThank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd like to learn more about your experience and how we can improve. Please email us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Vendeuse en prêt à porter (Former Employee) says

"Ambiance très désagréable, manageurs malveillants , sans parler du salaire qui est juste une misère , 25 heures/ semaine pour à peine 600 euros. des collègues très mauvaises langue, une course poursuite à une évolution chimérique. encore une fois passez votre chemin.repas gratuitsmanageurs malveillants, primes jamais perçus"

Sales Associate (Current Employee) says

"Too much is expected from associates at Polo Factory Stores. Fulfilling store to home orders, giving a personalized fitting room, cash wrap, and sales floor experience, and basically doing managment's jobs for them for minimum wage while they sit down and do nothing. If you can't get in with the managers and supervisors or they don't favor you, forget about it. I've watched terrible employees get away with doing the bare minimum with absolutely no consequences simply because management favored and coddled them. Also, management at the Orange location changes like clockwork. Supervisors are usually inexperienced people hired from the outside, and managers are usually the worst managers from other locations getting a pay raise to move out to another location. It has happened, but is rare to have great, empathetic, experienced managers and supervisors that can lead. Absolutely no work-life balance, don't even try limitting your schedule in any way because they will target you and find any way to punish you or blame you for it. If you want full-time employees, pay for full-time hours and hire people who aren't teenagers or college kids. The pay rate is terrible compared to other companies for the work you do and the environment is toxic and not people-focused, only number-driven. DiscountTerrible management and upper management, zero flexibility, high school environmentThank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd love to learn more about your experience and how we can improve. Please email us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Customer Sales (Former Employee) says

"WORST retail company I have ever worked for. Very unethical practices by Management who showed no leadership and spent most of their shifts in office. Many associates quit soon after starting as a result of poor management. Keep rehiring the same people who didn’t work out the first time. District Manager very incompetent. Complaints brought to corporate level by unhappy sales associates ignored.Thank you for taking the time to review your experience at Ralph Lauren. As a dynamic Company, we go through change as a part of our growth process. We aim to treat all employees with the utmost respect, and if you feel that respect was violated, please contact RLIndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Accounting (Former Employee) says

"Nothing like what I imagined. It is the biggest sweat shop, treating employees like they should be SO lucky to be working there. Horrible, horrible place to work.NoneAllThank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd like to learn more about your experience and how we can improve. Please us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Assistant (Former Employee) says

"The pay is awful they work you like dogs and the managers are so rude and horrible so many have left due the fact managers be disgusting towards them !! They give everyone who hands in a cv a Job because everyday someone else leaves the amount of times I’ve came in to work and knew no one, wouldn’t bother with this jobThank you for taking the time to leave a review, we appreciate you taking the time to do so and will be connecting with the appropriate teams regarding your feedback."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"NEW STORE IN FLORIDA CITY @ Florida Keys Outlet Marketplace . Customers are great. Employees great great customer service. Management sucks. Everyone friends from past jobs and past relationships & friendships. So therefore any issues will be overlooked. There’s no hours given out to certain people. If you looking for “friends” or a crowd you want to fit in with; this the perfect job for you. If you com to do your job and go home it’s an issue. Favoritism is an on going issues with employees & supervisorsWe appreciate your feedback and taking the time to leave a review, we will be sharing it with the proper teams."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"They have favorites. They break rules and managers don’t care. Less hours. Time goes by slow because they aren’t really that busy. When they aren’t busy there’s nothing really to do. You can have your phones on the sales floor because they really don’t care when it isn’t busyGood payUnfair with certain employeesWe understand Retail comes with its challenges. We will be sharing your feedback with the appropriate teams."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"The management abuse their authority acting as if they are above everyone, and treats their employees terribly. The schedules are horrific due to the the lack of turnover of employees. More than 10 people have left because of how poorly they were treated by the managers. They took advantage of some of the minors who worked there. The pay is low for how much money they make. The manager create a hostile environment as if your supposed to hate your job. If you’re looking for a job here it’s not worth the time or effort work somewhere where they will apperciate you and not make you feel less.Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd like to learn more about your experiences and how we can improve. Please email us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Stock Associate (Former Employee) says

"Unprofessional Management was very unstable I had to work woth kids that didn't care about the company and ruined the experience Very very unorganized"

Sales Lead (Former Employee) says

"Don't work there. They treat their employees like garbage and they under pay. They are very caddy and aren't a good company to work for. Wouldn't recommend to anyone.Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd like to learn more about your experiences and how we can improve. Please email us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"Enjoyed the high standard of expectations. The problem is they do not compensate you for the amount of work expected. Management is poor. Supervisors and all customer service reps are overworked and underpaid. The systems used to assist customers are not employee friendly and are constantly experiencing technical issues.You are constantly policed which makes you feel as though you are in a hostile work environment. For example, do not stand up, talk to your neighbor/co-worker and spend too much time in the bathroom.Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd like to learn more about your experiences and how we can improve. Please email us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Supervisor of Operations (Current Employee) says

"If I could give it 0 stars, i would. The general manager is a racist and terrible with people. The managers and supervisors could only do the best they could under the circumstances. The company as a whole only cares about making money, no matter the consequences on their staff. No one enjoys working at Polo, but they pay good."

Sales (Current Employee) says

"The management at Ralph Lauren in Texas city, Texas was completely horrible. From the new GM calling people ignorant and failing to meet goals, to customers complaining and unhappy with what our business was giving them. I’ve had multiple customers ask me the name of my mangers and wanting to make a bad review and ask me why I chose to tolerate the work place.Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We'd like to learn more about your experiences and how we can improve. Please email us at RL-IndeedReviews@RalphLauren.com."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"This is the worst company I’ve ever worked for. The managers are so disrespectful and stick up for each other even when they’re wrong.They are very unprofessional and will make false promises. They give a 20 cent raise every year. They are very unfair and show favoritism.Get to see all of the new productsEverythingThank you for taking the time to leave a review. We will be sharing your feedback with the appropriate teams."

Sales Assistant (Former Employee) says

"My main thing with this company is how majority of the managers are completely awful. Don’t get me wrong there are a few managers who are absolute diamonds but unfortunately the other managers let them down. They talk down to you, ignore you, get defensive when you try and talk to them about something, give you written and verbal warnings just for the sake of it. There’s no encouragement, no team morale, everyone’s miserable working there, everyone wants to leave, no one gets taken seriously and unless you stand up for yourself you will continue to get walked all over. But if stand up for yourself then you get victimised. There is no progression of any kind unless you happen to be certain managers ‘favourites’ if you’re not their favourite then forget getting promoted because you definitely won’t. False promises are made. Just avoid this company unless you just want to be a pointless and overworked cog in the company machine. You also have to pay for your own uniform and get awful shifts (2-11pm).. if you want to work for Ralph Lauren then go to London or literally anywhere else. Avoid Bicester Village.F&F events you get 50% off (all year round you get 30%)Awful management, no progression, treated like dirt, pay for own uniform, bad hours, no one cares about you at all"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"The overall training of the Ralph Lauren was awesome the instructor was awesome when you get out on the floor Everything Changes they train you one way in the class but when you're on the phone they want you to do. Another way for instance tracking packages when you track the package and you know that that package has been received by someone but not . The customer supposed to send them up so they can get a refund but they don't want you to do that they want you to investigate first and then after 7 to 10 business days they'll get their money or they'll get a refund or they'll get notification from the return Department that's not what the customer wants to hear especially after they have already taken their money out of the account so a lot of things that I did that I learned in the classroom for the training it didn't help once you got on the floorN/aN/a"

Sales associate (Former Employee) says

"Myself and two other woman were sexually harassed by a supervisor while working for Polo Ralph Lauren. We should have taken action, however the management did not seem like a safe enough space to discuss the trauma with.management"

Sales (Former Employee) says

"The management didn't have control of the establishment. They were forced to repeat the same script that they were probably taught and it seems that it's just some type of way for them to look like they're doing their job so their bosses don't get mad. It's like a ladder. The lowest employee, sales associate, does not want to be there. He hates his job and is unhappy because management isn't good. The supervisor does not like his job and does not want to be there. He is being pressured by his manager because the sales associate is not working hard enough. The supervisor then puts out his stress out on the associate. The supervisor is only feeling stressed because the manager is putting out his stress on the supervisor. The manager is feeling stressed because he's putting out his stress on the next level up. There was too much drama within the levels of command."

Stock Room Worker "Runner" (Former Employee) says

"Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad and bad. Did I mention it was bad? Working long hours, very little pay, management was a joke, customers are vile and treat you like dirt."

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