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The National Retail Federation (NRF) is the world's largest retail trade association. Its members include department stores, specialty, discount, catalog, Internet, and independent retailers, chain restaurants, grocery stores, and multi-level marketing companies. Members also include businesses that provide goods and services to retailers, such as vendors and technology providers. NRF represents the largest private-sector industry in the United States that contains over 3.8 million retail establishments, supporting more than 52 million employees contributing $2.6 trillion annually to GDP.
A former employee of The National Retail Federation wrote this on indeed.com: In The National Retail Federation, a lot of it is politically based and not dependent on your merits. If you are well liked or in favor with certain people you advance - if not, you don't.
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time for more than a year Cons: Below average pay, high turnover, long hours, and a very toxic work environment with weirdly cliquish staff in some departments. Be warned - you will spend more time navigating the nonsensical internal politics and accommodating inflated egos than actually doing your job. Even absent that issue, the workload is unreasonably high and you will be working constantly to stay on top of everything. Avoid this place - it's not worth it."
Former Employee - Manager says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time Cons: Poor senior management leadership. Low moral acroos departments."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time for more than 3 years Cons: -Lots of inflated titles and blatant biases among leaders make for a dismal employee outlook -Below average salary and raises -Very high turnover -No leadership diversity"
Former Employee - Manager says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time Cons: inept leadership; very much a "do nothing" culture; the foundation in particular confuses philanthropy with self-aggrandizement"
Former Employee - Anonymous says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time for more than a year Cons: HR asked me repeatedly to lie on her behalf. She is dishonest, lax in her work, teleworks constantly, and is always conveniently “out of the office.” What a cushy setup she has; she doesn’t have to do her work, gets staff to cover for her, lies around at home all day, and gets a paycheck. Well, maybe that’s one pro—you can work here, follow her model, and bank the paycheck. Plus, there’s all the gossiping and backbiting for daily entertainment when no one has enough to do! Yet another perk if you’re into soapy dramas and on-the-job antics!"
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at National Retail Federation full-time for more than 3 years Cons: This is a terrible organization led by spineless and out of touch leaders. NRF is dying a painfully slow death. Leadership is so out of touch with what's happening to move the industry forward, competitors are swiping members without even trying and I don't blame the members one bit for jumping ship. There is no process at all for anything across the company. You may be asked to complete the same task 10 different ways by 10 different people. Onboarding and new employee training is a joke. I continue to witness new employees come in for the same positions and have to wing it because HR and department heads have no interest or idea of how to get people up to speed quickly on "processes." Because the processes don't exist. Everyone is a director or VP because worthless promotions where your job and responsibilities don't actually change are handed out like candy to people, whether they deserve it or not, simply because they've been here forever. Which leads me to my final point: many people have been with this organization and in the same role forever, which means there are no opportunities for career growth. In this age where you are expected to move between companies to continue growing, that says a lot about the complacency of the people at NRF and that complacency has bled over into the company culture. NRF is dying. Don't bother working here. I nor anybody else worth a damn will be here much longer. Pay is also on the lower end compared to similar roles in similar organizations."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time for less than a year Cons: Top heavy leadership, some small-minded, inexperienced and insecure team members (cliquish) that negatively impact culture . Light or lacking diversity in several departments."
says"I worked at National Retail Federation Cons: Difficult to have autonomy. Decision-making tends to be restricted to executive management."
Coordinator says"I have been working at National Retail Federation for less than a year Cons: favoritism, lack of growth opportunities, heavy work load for administrative staff"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at National Retail Federation full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Salaries are decent for a nonprofit but not competitive industry wise. People stay there for decades so the work culture tends to be antiquated in some regards."
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