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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. "
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors on Jul 2nd, 2017
"Be attentive to detail when getting ready for work; Michael Kors is not just promoting a brand but a lifestyle and management expect their sales representatives to be exactly the image of that lifestyle."
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors on Jun 25th, 2017
"A good place for women to work - fair treatment and opportunities. "
Anonymous shared this review of Michael Kors on Jun 22nd, 2016
"I suppose it depends on your managers and store location, but the girls were treated poorly at the store and it was even female dominated in management. Girls were told they required to wear heels during peak hours (12pm-6pm) and some were sent home for not wearing enough makeup. Also, lots of management cattiness and unprofessionalism."