New York & Company has taken a bite out of fashion's big apple. The firm caters to women looking for moderately priced apparel (jeans, dresses, and coordinates) and accessories (sunglasses, costume jewelry, handbags, and hosiery) mostly at the mall. The chain sells its proprietary branded fashions through more than 550 stores, including about two dozen outlet shops, in 40-plus states and online. Founded in 1918 and operated as a subsidiary of Limited Brands from 1985 to 2002, the chain was sold to an investor team including former CEO Richard Crystal and Irving Place...
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Employees are “Dissatisfied” 259 ratings
47% of the CEO 100 ratings
“Had a very enjoyable experience with NYCO and I would recommend any good worker to work with their company.”
Former Sales Associate in Deptford
Pros: Strong leaders and management; realistic to personal issues; worked right along side of employees even though they may have been management; always gave supportive words – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Deptford May 2010 – Reviewed Jan 31, 2013
Interview Details My interview was done by one ASM who was very kind to me. She asked real life-like questions and made me feel comfortable. The hiring process was very smooth and the on-boarding class was very helpful. – Full Interview
The most difficult questions were how to address customer issues: For example what would you do if the customer was in your face, giving you a hard time or yelling at you? – View Answer