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Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors, United States on Nov 4th, 2020
"Michael Kors is a wonderful place to work for all! The culture promotes and encourages a diverse and inclusive workplace that you experience throughout the organization immediately. It's a refreshing place to work within an exciting industry. "
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors, United States on Oct 1st, 2020
"It is inspiring to see most of the C suite at Kors, is dominated by females and most were internal promotions. It is a female dominant company. The maternity leave policy for full time employees is offers 14 weeks of paid leave for the birth of a child. All other parents are offered a minimum of 6 weeks of paid leave upon the birth or placement of a child for baby bonding. My manager was very supportive when I had a baby and needed to extend my leave and was very flexible when I returned to work. "
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors, United States on Jun 3rd, 2019
"Be prepared for tough competition and very dedicated people that will do whatever they think it takes to gain exposure and growth. "
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors on Jan 16th, 2018
"Leadership roles for women are not proportional with the ratio of women to men at the company. Men get away with more and are looked at as higher authorities automatically because men are so rare to find in fashion. Gay or straight, men are automatically more respected, listened to, and more likely to be promoted if they stick around for 2 years or more."
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors on Aug 18th, 2017
"There is a great discount and you get 'free' clothes however there is a lot of pressure to maintain the MK image. "
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