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30+ days ago

On Campus Ambassadors - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

An interest in marketing, promotions, fashion and social media. How to Apply: To apply, email a 300-word essay (no footnotes required) telling us… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Clientele Supervisor

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is looking for a Clientele Supervisor to join the team and help us expand into brick and mortar retail. This is a pivotal role in the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Customer Care Agent (Part-time and Full-time)

Nasty Gal Shepherdsville, KY

• Developing a deep awareness of our products and brands to provide educated product recommendations and styling suggestionsYou... • Possess… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate Dresses Designer

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

• Able to work independently with strong organizational skills, attentive to detail and have the ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Retail Stock Associate

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is looking for Stock Associates to join the team and help us expand into brick and mortar retail. This is a pivotal role in the store and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Supervisor (Full-time and Part-time)

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is looking for a Sales Supervisor to join the team and help us expand into brick and mortar retail. This is a pivotal role in the store and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

In-House Makeup Artist

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

• Participate in the creation of outstanding images that consistently demonstrate the company mission and attract consumers – and have that Nasty Gal… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant Manager

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

Nasty Gal is looking for an Assistant Manager to join the team and help us expand into brick and mortar retail. This is a pivotal role in the company… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Accounting Manager

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

• Have overall responsibility for, and leadership of, all aspects of the General Ledger (G/L) accounting process. Lead the monthly close process… Glassdoor


23 days ago

In-store Visual Merchandiser (Full-time and Part-time)

Nasty Gal Los Angeles, CA

NastyGal is looking for an In-Store Visual Merchandiser to join the team and help us expand into brick and mortar retail. This is a pivotal role in… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA (US)

    I worked at Nasty Gal full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    beer fridays, middle of dtla

    Cons

    Like every other Nasty Gal fangirl out there, it was my dream to work at the company. They offered me 15% less than what I was making at my previous company, so they compensated by offering me shares in stock (little did they mention that there was a vesting period). Naïve and head over heels, I just took it. I was miserable after the first month.

    No leadership in the company, let alone the department. There basically was no structure, no direction, no set standard to follow, which should have been the main focus of each department. Obviously, the company was more concerned about the appearance of the company rather than the actual people working in it. There were many individuals working so hard because they wanted to move ahead and get recognized, but there was no room for growth due to the fact that the company was hiring upper management from the outside and not promoting from within. This was the main cause for high voluntary turnover rate.

    My analogy of the company structure was that it was top heavy- outside upper management filling in roles and stepping on the entry/mid-level employees who were just trying to squeeze their way up, getting stretched too thin. It gets exhausting. It was a cold war. I've learned two critical lessons from working here. First is knowing how a company should not run and second, fake it 'til you make it.

    I now work at a company that does not have the aesthetic appeal and glamorous facade as Nasty Gal does, but has the basic elements of a great company- a set structure, upper management who really knows what they're doing and gives good direction, coworkers who actually know what the term teamwork is, and most importantly, knowing the value of employees (this shows in my paycheck).

    It doesn't take an ample amount of senior chiefs/directors/managers/social media presence to make a company successful. It takes leaders who are willing to teach and workers who are willing to learn.

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