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May 13 2020

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Oscar de la Renta Reviews

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Employee Reviews

“I got to work with several departments and gained a better understanding of the fashion industry” (in 6 reviews)

Great people to work with that care about their career but don’t take themselves too seriously” (in 3 reviews)

“Able to work with a lot of different teams to learn the business” (in 2 reviews)

“Great fashion house, brand name, couture work” (in 2 reviews)

“NO work/life balance, the CEO is abusive and screams at everyone in his path, not a collaborative atmosphere” (in 6 reviews)

“associates work long hours, a lot of freelancers not much room for growth,” (in 6 reviews)

“Very little work/life balance especially for a full-time college student” (in 3 reviews)

poor management, high turnover, unfair politics, lack of structure, favoritism” (in 3 reviews)

“3 out of 4 people in the department I worked for have already quit in less than a year” (in 2 reviews)

“Fashion Designer”

A big company that I know I can work very happy

Responsibility. Educate . Punctual, good communication . Work in group

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Oscar de la Renta Response

“Was good for a short time”

I worked at Oscar de la Renta full-time

Clothing allowance and nice offices

Some sales people took advantage and treated certain teams like personal assistants

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Oscar de la Renta Response

“Coordinator/Associate/Manager Swipe left! Not worth it!”

I worked at Oscar de la Renta full-time (More than 3 years)

Having amazing coworkers who turn into friends. Clothing allowance. Looks good on resume.

Low pay. Low morale. NOT diverse! 90% or more of senior management is white. At what point does the CEO step down or just sell the company? It’s a terrible working environment .it starts at the top with the way CEO treats his VP’s who get paid the most. How does one treat their investments so poorly?

Advice to Management

Nothing will change unless it comes from the top. Hire more people where needed! Also Expand HR! this is 2019 where the most profitable companies have whole departments to attend to their employees.

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Oscar de la Renta Response

I worked at Oscar de la Renta full-time

Great relationships made through the chaos

NO work/life balance, the CEO is abusive and screams at everyone in his path, not a collaborative atmosphere

Advice to Management

Go back to how the company operated when Oscar was at the helm

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Oscar de la Renta Response

I worked at Oscar de la Renta full-time (More than a year)

clothing allowance is great
– decent pay/benefits
– some great people !
small teams, so you’re exposed to a lot of different aspects of the business
– since turnover is high, there are often opportunities to learn, do more, or change positions

– high turnover, people often left after a few months. positions aren’t filled quickly or if at all. upper management doesn’t even have time to interview
– generally very unorganized
– employees are unhappy
– long hours, not uncommon for people to work late every night. expected to be on call 24/7
– teams do not work together, very quick to throw each other under the bus
– working here sucked the life out of me

Advice to Management

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Oscar de la Renta Response

“Not worth the stress. enter at your own risk.”

Great location, near a lot of trains. Allowance is nice. Good name to have on the resume. There’s only a handful of decent people there but not enough to make things better.

Poor management and direction, a crazy amount of turnover (revolving door), extremely limited resources, some rude, unprofessional coworkers, poor work-life balance and poor morale.

Advice to Management

Not sure if any advice would change anything.

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Oscar de la Renta Response

“Wild Wild West”

I have been working at Oscar de la Renta full-time

Flexible work hours. Clothing allowance.

Corporate office is disorganized. even if management sets up internal processes, it doesn’t get implemented.

Direction from senior management is very little to none.

This place is a mess!

Advice to Management

Hire knowledgable people with a college degree and common sense.

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Oscar de la Renta Response

“Hire people with Experience (and college degrees?)”

I have been working at Oscar de la Renta full-time (More than 3 years)

the CEO is wonderful, design team was lovely, product is stunning.

forced to actually steal for my manager, had to withstand extremely late hours out of spite, being told I am not allowed to leave, being held hostage, extremely poor management, terrible people with little working experience. Oscar hires 32 year old interns with 0 real-life work experience. Instead of working for the good of the company, ideas are constantly shot down simply because a more “senior” person was not the one to come up with them. Instead of collaboration between departments, which is what happens between MATURE adults, there is constant gossiping and conspiring. The sad part is the product is stunning, and with better (more emotionally stable / mature) managers, it could truly be a great experience. People are hired with no experience so they look to their interns / assistants to do the work FOR them. They make them stay incredibly late at night. Interns are CONSTANTLY quitting because of a few bad eggs.

Advice to Management

Take some time to really look at who you have in “supervisor” or “manager” positions, because there is likely some abusive behavior going on. Most departments are actually okay, but 1 or 2 in particular are horrible. Ask people about where they graduated college from.


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SOURCE: http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Oscar-de-la-Renta-Reviews-E14122.htm

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