Haggar Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Haggar is a Dallas-based menswear brand sold in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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Control Desk Operator (Former Employee) says

"Trash! Everyone talks about everybody. They all messy and unprofessional. It’s all about favoritism. They are also racist. No matter how much you know and how quick you are at learning and doing stuff , your pay is way too low for all the stress. Completely garbage, stay away!"

Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says

"What's considered management pay is a joke. You work most of the time alone shipment, customers,all left for one person to handle and expected to meet sales goals. They seem to have ZERO clue on what sells in certain areas and what doesn't.NoneIf you're lucky you get your lunch break."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"The manager was extremely rude. They didn’t appreciate anything that was done for them. They also didn’t understand when things came up, like family emergencies or being sick and in the hospital. I would never recommend to work at this place because of the horrible management.NoneManagement"

Key Holder (Former Employee) says

"Revolving staff, management had no idea what was going on. Just me as keyholder, assistant manager, and manager. No other staff. Overworked, never get a day off.HoursLow pay, always work, no back up staff"

Order Puller (Current Employee) says

"Pull orders at a fast pace to meet company goals, clear jammed conveyor belts, practice safety daily, etc. Management constantly reassures product quality and discuss changes among staff to better the company's progress. Co-workers believe in teamwork. Everyone is patient with new hires. The hardest part of the job would be dealing with the inconsistency of the company; hours of operation, work schedules, the inability to expand knowledge and the fluctuating pay rate. The company's good qualities would be the resources the company offers in crisis situations and benefits packages.The company provides lunch for employees that work weekendsOne 20-min break and 30-min lunch throughout 8hr shifts"

Store Associate (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at Haggar is that you're so bored you're about miserable. The staff and management are a joke. They often work you the maximum number of hours in a day (4hours, 30 minutes) without ever giving you any kind of a break. You get no kind of a raise or anything, the company is very cheap. The company needs to treat it's employees a lot better, but they probably won't. The most enjoyable part of the day at Haggar is clocking out."

Key Holder (Former Employee) says

"Discrimination and lack of management, it’s the worst job ever I have had. No full training and they’re not team players with newbies. I honestly don’t recommend this job to anyone.Cool discountBad management"

Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says

"Don't let them brainwash you with the mumbo jumbo. Cultured oriented? Nope! Great relationships with employees? Nope! More like, ungrateful and unappreciated individuals that can't be happy for you progressing within the company. Put it simply, can pay me top dollar but wouldn't dare again.CustomersEmployees and management"

Anonomous (Former Employee) says

"Great people but way too much turmoil and turnover of staff due to multiple new investors over the last few years. Senior management not effective and too distant from what the employees actually do. Unrealistic expectations and not enough support. Too much emphasis on making the company saleable, versus long term positioning of brand. Hard working people consistently eliminated for short term profit goal shortfalls due to unrealistic plans made by senior management. Zero development of staff and very limited advancement opportunities. Makes it very difficult to keep motivation and positive moral of team. Considers itself in a "start up" environment but really showing signs of the ending of a great brand. Not a healthy environment to work in.PeopleNo job security"

Management (Former Employee) says

"Management was terrible. Rules didn’t apply to them. They did whatever they wanted against company guidelines. They didn’t treat me fairly with scheduling. Favoritism"

Key Holder/Sales Lead (Former Employee) says

"Treated unfairly, drama, unprofessional, clicks, they act like they care and go behind your back to cause issues for you. Both in Management dislikes their jobs and talks about disliking the company but stays has no other resources for income. No hours maybe 6-8 week."

CSM (Current Employee) says

"I go in and start by pulling down the orders and start processing them to the customers specifications. You work with a partner and the pay is production wise starting from 10.25 to 15.50 depending on the length of time you have been there and by how fast you work. The hardest part of my job is when you work with a partner that doesn't want to move fast and there is times when something breaks and they don't fix your production. And the most enjoyable part of my job is when I go home..breakhealthcare, management, security and HR"

General Labor (Former Employee) says

"The workplace culture was diverse. I learned to put hangers on clothes and put new price tabs on. The hardest part of the job was keeping up the production.Noisy, low pay, overworked"

Production Worker (Former Employee) says

"Very much a boys club as far as it goes in leadership team. Lot's of politics in play and lot's of employee turnover. Hopefully this is not the end of a great American heritage brand."

Key Holder/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"If you are looking for a job please don’t apply here. Management are only out for themselves don’t respect employees. District managers are even worse then the mangers in the store. The favour people who can be their spy’s. If your not going to spy on them, they will find a way to get rid of you."

First Assistant Manager (Current Employee) says

"The company isn't in a good place right now. They are struggling and because of that they are taking it out on the employees. A few years ago it was an amazing place to work, however until they figure out what direction they want to move in, it's going to be difficult for all of us."

Key Holder (Former Employee) says

"Management is awful. No room for advancement. Everything with management is way too personal. Pay is not competitive compared to others in the area in no room for raises. Would definitely not recommend this place to anyone.Discounts on clothingInconsistent management"

HQ Employee (Former Employee) says

"Worked at Haggar several years ago. The company was constantly on the sales block during my tenure. Most of the effective leadership team and co-workers were let go. Not sure about the future of the brand with what is going on in retail today. It was a great place to work at one point, not anymore. Based on my experience, would not recommend for anyone other than a first step in your career type of place.Not muchTo many to mention"

Packer (Former Employee) says

"Great company and face paced environment, great place to have a career. An typical day is being on your feet for 12 hours a day handling customers orders either picking the items from the bins and sending them on the belt up to be package. You learn what the company has to offer and the different products that is being sold."

Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says

"Management was always fighting each other. The business was so slow but they expected you to get a suit in everyone's hand walking out the door. No room for stock overflow (when they had huge amounts of overflow). Just not a very well ran business."

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