Neiman Marcus

Working at Neiman Marcus: Company Overview and Reviews

Neiman Marcus
Neiman Marcus
3.6
1845 reviews
Neiman Marcus Ratings
3.6
Average rating of 1845 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
3.5Pay & Benefits
3.2Job Security & Advancement
3.3Management
3.5Culture
Headquarters
Dallas
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Retail

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 Average SalarySalary Range
44 salaries reported
$18.72
per hour
$7.25-$36.80
35 salaries reported
$15.30
per hour
$7.60-$22.95
5 salaries reported
$15.80
per hour
$7.90-$25.25
27 salaries reported
$18.45
per hour
$9.20-$27.70
2 salaries reported
$17.88
per hour
$8.90-$26.85
Salary Satisfaction
51%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2350 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Neiman Marcus Reviews

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Overall Reviews at Neiman Marcus

1.0
Inventory Specialist | Chicago, IL | Aug 28, 2014
Terrible Work Environment
I worked as an OST member at the Chicago Michigan Avenue location for several years where the percentages of Inventory stats where never good enough, Management had terrible communication, and no consideration of team suggestions to improve the system whatsoever. Employees, both stock and sales, were treated terribly and a false sense of morale was always pushed at weekly meetings to create the illusion that the management was actually being productive. The biggest problem with management is that these people do not know the difference between being a BOSS and being a LEADER. Almost every employee in back of house, visual, and receiving was completely dissatisfied with how the bosses did nothing else but crack the whip in the name of quota or productivity, and despite obvious flaws in the logistics systems, customer service, online fulfillment, and inventory maintenance, these issues were completely looked over and the employees were blamed instead of going to the source of the problem. Sales floor management was a complete joke as well, every single day I would speak to associates on every floor about how all their bosses played favorites and were stuck on autopilot because of their ability to play the politics card and become complacent because of the way they passed off most of the work onto the coordinators and sales associates. This promoted a lazy and disrespectful morale and because of the culture of fear promoted by the executives, associates in the entire stor
ProsYou get to learn firsthand how fake people can really be.
ConsText limit exceeded.
3.0
Sales Associate | California | Jun 21, 2018
Life at Neiman Marcus
I have worked for Neiman Marcus for five years, and I can honestly say that what got me through my work day was my team in set-department, as well as some of the clients I have come to know on a personal level over the years. A typical day consists of opening the registers, stocking appliances like the shopping bags, filtering in the new merchandise onto the sales floor that arrive from the vendors, contacting and selling to clients with use of the given I-phones, lots of Starbucks, and let's not forget about those returns! There are plenty of those. Associates are told to take returns graciously, though I don't believe anyone on commission would feel "gracious" about hundreds of dollars being taken away from their daily sales or paycheck. But I digress... The most enjoyable part of my day was honestly seeing my team to talk about life, in and out of the workplace. The culture at Neiman Marcus is what you would expect at any other department store, but for the collective of different beautiful designer merchandise and accessories. You will have your regular shoppers; you have the sale shoppers; and you will have new shoppers also. The hardest part of the job is what goes with the territory. It's retail. Short-staffing. No taking major holidays off to spend time with loved ones. Long hours. Management sometimes does not make it any easier either. Fighting for a weekend off, and by weekend, meaning two days off that are just back-to-back, is always a struggle. And if you happen
2.0
Sales Associate | California | Oct 29, 2020
Aggressive commissioned sales environment
There's good and bad, as with anywhere. In my experience, you're only in trouble if you're not meeting your goals, not selling enough. As long as you meet your numbers, you can get away with a lot of BS. They claim to be a zero tolerance work place, on paper, but they don't practice what they preach. However, I have a family member who worked at a different location, and that person had a much better experience than me. It really depends on the store, and the department!! I would say the busiest departments in most stores are ladies shoes, handbags, couture, and men's suits. The beauty department is also usually pretty busy, but not that lucrative due to low dollar amount of merchandise (selling $50 mascara instead of $5000 handbags). If you're not in a good department, sales can be few and far between. Neiman's doesn't have a lot of foot traffic. Nasty coworkers who are greedy and sharky, you have to really watch your books and stay on top of your leads because if you've been working with a client on something and they happen to come in when you aren't there, you can bet a coworker will take the sale. Lot's of drama. My situation was particularly unpleasant, and I was being bullied pretty bad by my immediate coworkers. I got along with everyone else in the store, except my department coworkers and manager. I was constantly up in HR with the handbook, showing them exactly which rules my coworkers were violating on a daily basis, and disciplinary action was never taken. I w
ProsAmazing benefits like medical & dental & 401K, they match charitable donations, Pretty good pay if you're good at sales, they either do a base pay (hourly) plus commission or Draw Vs. Commission, Very inclusive with lots of non-white & non-binary & LGBTQ employees, Hours aren't bad (for retail), Great employee discount which is usually 30% off but sometimes can be much higher, They have pretty nice clientele technology, you get your own iPhone and you can keep in close touch with your clients which is nice, There are SOME really amazing managers and employees in the company
ConsSee notes on coworkers
1.0
Customer Service Representative | Dallas, TX | Aug 9, 2019
A cross between laziness and incompetence.
I was sought out by this organization for my background in leadership, finance, and compliance. I didn't apply for my role, I was recruited. They were in the process of trying to weed out the "coasting" associates and management staff. I was a part of the "dream" team assigned to shake up the stagnation of results in production from fellow leaders. I should have paused right there and thought twice. Day one: The racial comments were thrown out full force. The insults on the intelligence of others were frequent - and these were with senior-level people I reported to. As a whole, the Credit Services department was filled with really hardworking people, but the management team was akin to a dysfunctional family that was vying to outdo each other in petty tasks. I was consistently attacked for having a degree by a fellow manager who seemed to think every time I helped them, I was belittling them specifically. They went as far as trying to set me up for disciplinary action, but when I provided proof of the fabrication, it was "dropped" and Human Resource nor the fellow manager remotely apologized or acknowledge the situation. Regardless of that fact, I was always ranked effective or higher in my performance. Then, one month I was ranked below effective out of the blue - after 14 months of no issues with performance. I asked for the logic in this assessment and got nothing but a fomenting lie of how the CEO had raised the bar on management and
3.0
Packer | Irving, TX | Jun 24, 2020
Weekend Packer
The weekend packer was a 12 hr shift role @ 13 hr w/benefits. Most of the time they would skip out an hour early even when work was there, so you wouldn't get all your hours. There was constant amt of work on weekends when I worked there. Your legs and feet would hurt really badly if you were not used to warehouse work. They had a very high turnover rate. Four or five ppl in my group did not return. The job was standing by a conveyor and pulling totes off the line. You had to pack what was in the totes. Some of the totes were heavy. You had to figure out which box to use. If you got sequined dresses, leather jackets, purses, coats, evening gowns, etc all of those would need to be packaged special. The packer role was physically demanding. It got to the point where you were so tired that some started plucking small totes from the lines and leaving the heavier stuff for someone else. The trainer was impatient and talked down to you, when she wasn't doing that, she was flipping thru her cellphone. The weekend supervisor was nice. I could sense lack of communication and respect between the trainer and supervisor. I liked the supervisor better than the trainer. The trainer gossiped and talked about workers behind their backs. Otherwise, high volume high end products. I packaged some really interesting clothes/purses, heavenly perfumes, and cute shoes there. You would get unique things come thru such as a small pink speaker shaped like a suitcase, or small girl
ProsNice break room, got to see nice items, benefits, nice boss
Consimpatient trainer, too many meetings, heavy items, trying to figure which box to use, short staffed
3.0
Loss Prevention Manager | Florida | Sep 2, 2019
Run
I worked as an ALPM for over 5 years and I’ll say that I absolutely loved it. However, that was only because I loved my team that I had. It’s hard to find a great fit to a close niche team, but once it is found, everyday work life is amazing. Now on to job duties.... Nah, don’t worry about what you’re supposed to do because the store has policies written in their books stating they can over ride a policy if they wish (and they do). The LP team is supposed to hold accountability for associates to correct action. The problem with luxury retail is long term associates hold big books. Big books = big money and the last thing a manager wants is a selling associate to become disgruntled and leave to a competitor taking their clients with them in turn. This makes getting support, whether it be for implementing policies or for corrective action very hard, scratch that..... It makes it impossible & the long term associates know this. So for this reason we primarily focused on external theft and we were VERY good at it. Number one in the company as a matter of fact. I never had any write ups with this company and guess what. We acquired a new manager whom knew nothing about our department. Long story short, I was terminated for holding accountability on an associate. The same accountability in which I have openly done in the past with support. BOTTOM LINE If this company was not 5 BILLION with a “B” in debt, I would say to proceed with caution as the job its
ProsDirect LP team was phenomenal.
ConsStability was by far the worst, associate morale, Operations manager
1.0
Loss Prevention Officer | Gurnee, IL | Jun 4, 2014
Do no work for this location
Over all the associates at this location work hard, are friendly for the most part and work well with each other. I was hired as a Loss Prevention Investigator when the Job title should have been "Operations Specialist" I was quick to find out that the position was more focused on operations than theft resolution. Almost five months with the company and not a single shoplifter because they didn't want to certify newly hired lp. On weekends instead of LP being focused on theft prevention the assistant manager rather you work in receiving processing shoes for a big event. Never mind the fact that if the women's manager and assistant manager don't like you, they will work together to find any reason to terminate you. The assistant manager lacks Loss Prevention knowledge and is not really LP oriented. This specific location has a different style of training; computer generated training and because you have precious LP they expect you to know everything so you find yourself training your self at times because your training manger (the assistant store manager) has to outsource for answers. So, if you don't like to catch shoplifters, you Love to process merchandise, you ENJOY handing out keys for associates and validating their everyday purchases then this is the job for you. How ever, if you enjoy catching shoplifters, and internal investigations, this is not the Job for you. You report to someone who lacks field loss prevention experience and lacks basic knowledge such as fo
1.0
Sales Associate | New York, NY | Jul 26, 2014
Very negative atmosphere filled with jealousy and hate ( Bergdorf Goodman) NYC
The Sales associates are old ( over 50) jealous of new staff and try to gang against them , always there's some kind of conspiracy going on to get rid of the new young staff ,it's like Mafia . The managers are not involved with their staff ,all they care about is to Make their numbers so they can get their check bonus at the end but they don't care to solve their staff problems or customer problems .they always put their staff in the front side to face the customers anger because they are insecure and afraid to face the customers themselves . The Human resource dpt they don't hire staff based on their experiences and their education ,they hire them based on recommendations of others ,so it's all about connections and who do you know inside that will push your resume to the front . Which leads to hiring unqualified staff ,with no Manners or fashion knowledge or understanding of a customers service and all they care about is the commission and the money and they end up fighting with each other's on the selling floor every day and infront of customers which is really Bad image for the store . Not to mention that they wait for any one of them to make a mistake so they can go and tell the managers about them instead of working as a team and helping each other's they try to stabb each other's in the back .and the managers don't do anything about it ,they are happy to watch because they like this competitive atmosphere and think that it's perfect to motivate the sales people to k
ProsGood staff discount
ConsNegative atmosphere
1.0
Loss Prevention Officer | Hanover, MD | Aug 9, 2014
If you're looking for Advancement, do not waste your time.
You can bust your butt, get all the stats in the world, destroy previous years accomplishes and still not get a raise. They promise you that they promote from within, but they do not. I was located at a store with 5 LP Investigators. 2 got fired because of a bad stop, 2 more quit because of horrible management and the way that they were treated by superiors. I was by myself for 3 months before the company decided to hire anyone else. Then I was expected to train these people (who had no experience in LP before) and still do every bit of work for the entire 5 person staff on my own. For 6 months I did all the work of the ASM / Ops Manager, all audits and safety requirements and still given no appreciation. I was lead to believe (by getting false promises from not only store management, but corporate management) that I would receive a promotion because of my excellent track record and ability to basically do 6 people's jobs by myself. Did that happen? No. In fact, when the company hired a new ASM/Ops Mgr they started to force me out because that particular person wanted to bring in his own team. So, where is the family/team atmosphere? Non existent. Further more, I had 7 internal investigations (Associate Thefts) that were well documented and clear as day. But because the company has no backbone or ounce of integrity, they would not touch the terminations. They did not even interview these individuals. Bottom line... do not waste your time if you take LP serio
ProsNone
ConsEverything you can imagine.
2.0
Packer | Las Colinas, TX | Feb 18, 2020
Review worth checking out
Packer @ 8 hrs+ a day. They hire anyone for that role; people with shady pasts, unprofessional types, fresh out of HS etc. Know what you are applying for. It's hard work and should be paying at least $15 an hour! You are standing on your feet for a long time, and it hurts really badly unless you are used to it and in shape. The time goes by S.L.O.W! All different types of random orders weights/shapes come from the bottom conveyor. You have to figure out which box to use, that can be a little tricky at times. The work steady comes especially on weekends. All fancy stuff gowns, seguins, suits, leather, coats need special dolling up (time consuming) all the while they want speed and track it daily. The area you work in is a pigsty when you get there, but they ask YOU to clean the area up when done, apparently not asking anyone else. Other than your work area, the warehouse is clean. They have water fountains throughout. Management doesn't bother you too much and you stay busy for those who don't like twiddling their fingers. However, the cons are that it will cripple you if you are out of shape, your feet will hurt really badly, the wages are low, they have way too many meetings for me. They give a discount, but you can only use cash or check! Who goes around writing checks for a $800 dress? But I get it. They have really nice merchandise there, but you don't get to appreciate it because you are too busy trying to figure out which daggone box

Questions And Answers about Neiman Marcus

What is the best part of working at Neiman Marcus?
Asked Mar 12, 2020
The money
Answered Jun 24, 2022
Great co workers, fun doing Christmas season been able to make extra cash.
Answered Jun 20, 2022
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Neiman Marcus a better place to work?
Asked Nov 3, 2019
Love Customer Service, a must to always succeeded ! Positive results!
Answered Aug 1, 2021
Fire everyone only a few are worthy being of there. If you plan to let others ruin you apply.
Answered Nov 22, 2020
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Neiman Marcus? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Jun 29, 2016
Went to onsite interviews (job fair) nov 9th and was in orientation on nov 28th after background check went through I got the call to go take drug test. I’m excited to finally be attending orientation tomorrow!!
Answered Nov 27, 2018
How long after applying does it take to get an answer back
Answered May 10, 2018
How often do they pay? Biweekly or weekly?
Asked Sep 27, 2016
Do you for 8 hour days are I/2 days?
Answered May 30, 2018
They paid on a Biweekly basis
Answered Feb 20, 2018
How are the working hours at Neiman Marcus?
Asked Jul 28, 2016
Saturday thru tuesday 7 am until finished, I am a packer at the distribution center. I'm full time but getting 5 to 6 hours a day.
Answered Aug 23, 2018
Horrible. They expect a new employee to work six days in a row have one day off then work another five days in a row. Two days in a row off are out of the question. The day's off are split while the department manager who makes the schedule has their one, two to three off as they see fit. Also, employee's are expected to work early late shifts twice week from open to closed standing on their feet, no sitting down. That is of course, a double shift.
Answered Jun 29, 2018