Saks, Inc. Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Saks, Inc., originally Proffitt's Inc. until 1998, was a Fortune 1000 operator of high-end department stores in the United States under the nameplate Saks Fifth Avenue. It was founded in Birmingham, Alabama. Hudson's Bay Company acquired Saks in November 2013.
A former employee said this in a review at Indeed website: "Everyone is grossly underpaid and undervalued at Saks. Leadership does not care about analysts and still overwork them. Office politics. Constant restructuring".
SECURITIES TRADER (Former Employee) says"saks is a huge corporateion in the fashion industry. i only worked there for a year at an entry level so i cannot speak to the experience with much experience. it was fine, but not my cup of tea"
Manager (Current Employee) says"Not a lot of benefits here but do enjoy the Summer Friday's. The healthcare is not good, nor is overall company morale. Additionally, leadership seems to be constantly changing directions.summer friday'sbad heathcare, morale, leadership"
Merchandise Handler (Former Employee) says"My day consisted of putting clothes in a stock room, I learned how to be a little more organized. Management was nice but lacked personality. Co workers were a joy to be around. Hardest part of my job was arriving. Best part of my job was getting knowledge on all merchandise,Discountshort lunch break"
Housekeeper/Mailroom Clerk (Current Employee) says"Saks is a really good company to work for.If you're not a people person,I guarantee you working there will pep you.. I enjoy every moment working therePaid Time off & paid holidays"