Employees of Men’s Wearhouse dress their clients for success, and their employer dresses them. Employees reap $50 in merchandise from the Houston-based men’s clothier for every $500 they spend there.
The organization’s annual holiday gala is an event where they can wear their new clothes—it’s black tie, with a nod toward one of the company’s core businesses: tuxedo rentals.
After five years on the job, Men’s Wearhouse employees are eligible for a rare-in-retail three-week paid sabbatical. That’s on top of the regular three weeks of paid vacation they receive.
Contact: Anna Sowa of Men’s Wearhouse, (336) 774-9312.
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