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Thomas Carlyle Ford (born August 27, 1961) is an American fashion designer and filmmaker. He launched his eponymous luxury brand in 2006, having previously served as the creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. Ford directed the Academy Award–nominated films A Single Man (2009) and Nocturnal Animals (2016). He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Council of Fashion Design.

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Sales Associate (Current Employee) says

"Insurance is horrible, there is no work life balance, management is a complete and utter disgrace. Management is bias and the HR manager does not handle situations appropriately. There is no room to voice your concerns without suffering repercussions."

Stock Manager (Former Employee) says

"The worst job Ive ever had the mood of the GM made everyone miserable it left an ugly stain on the company to me. The work was easy and the pay was great until you started to have other peoples work thrown on you and were penalized for there mistakes Cons: bad atmosphere"

Sales Audit (Former Employee) says

"Maintaining a work-life balance is about separating your personal and professional lives without allowing one to encroach upon the other. Both are important, neither should be neglected. However; I didn't have the opportunity to find a balance as the work demand was too high. Cons: no days off"

Shipping and Receiving Associate (Former Employee) says

"Great Pay, thats the only good thing i can say. Management team only concentrated on sales and nothing else. Expect you to not have a life, free eyewear was great."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Store manager is very negative, over controlling and untrustworthy, just to name a few.Perks are taken away from staff such as drinking water for employees, ordering of eyewear and company holiday events. I personally don't think its the company itself just the Miami store location Cons: Poor, negative management"

High-End Designer Cosmetic and Fragrance Company (Former Employee) says

"boss was out of line on many occasions with many employees. very typical retail job. Learned how to analysis sales and perfect knowledge on a brand."

Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Slow-paced environment, client based sales, consignment focused, outdated computer systems. Very little team culture. Quiet working environment. Diverse."

Vendor/Fragrance Specialist (Current Employee) says

"It was fine. It’s laid back. Other then that it’s not something designed for careers. There’s not much else to say. Asking the wrong guy. Sorry, now I’m just writing to fill this up. Sorry."

Client Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"All the sales associates are in your business just to be nosy because they're old and have nothing better to do with their lives. The pay is good but it's not worth the environment that the associates make it to be and the general manager is useless."

Market Specialist (Former Employee) says

"good company lots of changes though and lots of pressure unrealistic goals and too many changes all the time. Communication was at times unclear but has a good family feel to the company."

Brand Manager (Former Employee) says

"I realized the line was not for me< at the time it was only fragrance and I prefer skin care and makeup Cons: I believe it was just not the counter for me"

Sales Executive (Former Employee) says

"Didn't enjoy working in a department store. Floor management/floor management issues. Company gave great staff discounts and benefits! Would work again in stand alone."

Accounts Payable Specialist (Current Employee) says

"A place that makes leaders, its not a vacation spot. There you must be ready to work."

Personal Assistant to Tom Ford Ambassador (Current Employee) says

"The company is still growing, and gaining a more solid presence in the Fashion Industry. As I worked directly with the ambassador, I learned a lot about the brand and the merchandise in which we sell. Neiman Marcus is a great company to work for, if you are NOT in commissioned sales. The hardest part of the job is maintaining a healthy work environment with those who sell, because the competition becomes a little catty and un-welcoming."

SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) says

"Sí la empresa tuviera en los puntos de venta la mercancia en tiempo y forma seria maravilloso. Cons: Sueldo"

Chris says

"They only ship if your shipping address matches you credit card! It’s like denying their jet set clients!!! Hellooooo I live in multiple countries and cities so I want to ship your s h*t where I want it. But at the other hand you can at least order by phone and have it shipped anywhere for 350$. That’s ok for me 💁🏼‍♀️ And yeah their products are ridiculously overpriced. You pay the brand which lives from the high price distinction. I like that but it doesn’t make the product greater.... they are really basic products."

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