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A special economic zone (SEZ) is an area in which the business and trade laws are different from the rest of the country. SEZs are located within a country's national borders, and their aims include increased trade balance, employment, increased investment, job creation and effective administration. To encourage businesses to set up in the zone, financial policies are introduced. These policies typically encompass investing, taxation, trading, quotas, customs and labour regulations. Additionally, companies may be offered tax holidays, where upon establishing themselves in a zone, they are granted a period of lower taxation.

An article of wrote this about SEZ: SEZs are meant to attract investments (mostly foreign) to contribute to the country’s economic growth and generate employment. Situated mainly in the countryside, however, SEZs also take up vast tracts of mainly agriculturally productive lands. In this manner, they encroach on farmlands cultivated by small farmers and indigenous groups. While SEZs generate foreign investment and employment they also deprive farmers of their land and distort the economy.


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Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"There is a reason why this company went out of business, managers were unprofessional and the scheduling was never set, random times and could never request off in during emergent situations."

Visual Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"Management and staff are unorganized and lack professionalism. No room for advancement. A temporary job that i wouldn't recommend to anyone. High level of favoritism that causes for unstable work environment."

Store Manager (Former Employee) says

"no work life balance. company is always changing the rules. Stores are always closing. I think the CEO doesn't know what direction he wants to give this company. Cons: short breaks"

Manager (Former Employee) says

"This was the worst company to work for. Managers are forced to work a minimum of 44 hours and only paid for 40 hours. Meaning they get 4 hours free because they say you are salaried exempt. They were caught cheating their employees out of money and tried to spin it and make it like they did nothing wrong. There is no work life balance when working so many hours, they cut payroll and force the managers to make up the slack and are not paid for it because they are salaried . There is no room for advancement and they are closing stores left and right. The company has no direction and upper management is clueless. I would not reccomend this job."

Supervisor (TASHA ) says

"A typical day for me was going in getting assigned a place in the store to work in, ( fitting room, shoes, clearance ). I learned nothing from working here. I hated it so much. Management was rude and nasty everyday. They never did ANYTHING. My co-workers were the best but the management was disgusting.The hardest part of the job was everything the managers never had anything nice to say they'd only tell you things you'd do badly never uplift you. Most enjoyable part was leaving and going home. Cons: everything about the place, managementttt"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"their out of business now. but i only use to get 12 hours for the week for all the work you did the pay was horrible."

Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"The employers were rude and they didn't not follow labor laws when it comes to minors. you have to work 7 or more hours to get a break. The hours are not very flexible"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I was told when I worked there that I would be getting benefits and I worked full time but since I was not management I did not get any benefits. The hardest part was getting up and going to work knowing I didnt care for it at all. The most enjoyable part was when I could go home. Cons: healthcare"

Sales Associate/Cashier Associate (Former Employee) says

"Company has improved since it now has new owners"

Manager in Training (Former Employee) says

"This company is wonderful to start out in but there is not really any room for growth. The management team is difficult to work with. I found that when there were troubles in the company, there was no one to discuss said issues with. Poor communication between staff and managers. Cons: No benefits and no skills to be learned"

Visual Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"Annie Sez has the potential to be a good company to work for. Unfortunately my experience there was a nightmare. Management was never on the same page. That could be due to the constant movement of management being fired and hired. There is a tremendous lack of communication among employees and management that caused a number of employees to quit. Cons: no healthcare, no union, management out of touch with employees"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"its fun and a great way to start working for a student."

Head Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Good for part time work for a short time but there was not really room for growth. Basic retail job where you had to fix up the store and upsell credit cards, etc."

Customer Service Representative II and Stock Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Normal job duties."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"A typical day was calm and productive. The co-workers were very nice."

SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) says

"Management was unorganized and didn't listen to employee concerns. Got mad at me for not opening the store on sundays, when I specifically changed my availability to NO SUNDAYS. I quit."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"greeting the customers , working on the cash register , Cons: short lunch breaks"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"It was a nice job to get my started in the retail field but when in high school and or college i would not suggest working there. Cons: demanding, was in high school, manger did not keep that in mind when giving hours"

Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Not enough hours hard to live off the salary and hrs offered at this job employees was great but unhappy I didn't like it because u was working harder then wat u was getting paid for"

Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Working in a clothing store taught me how to pay attention to detail when it comes to selling a product, from the placement of a product to the way you present yourself to a costumer. Most enjoyable part was decorating the store and styling the mannequins for the new season. Cons: long hours & not enough pay."

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