Maui Jim Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Maui Jim is a sunglasses manufacturer based in Peoria, Illinois. The company was founded in Lahaina, Hawaii in 1980.As of 2015, the company was the third-largest producer of sunglasses in the world.

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Former Employee - Account Executive says

"Tracking reps from time you leave your house."

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"Poor management. Poor HR. Agree with additional reviews, scare tactics are used while employed and while trying to leave company."

Former Employee - Account Executive says

"Micro-management has lost focus. Sales are declining. Losing largest accounts. Increasing focus on CostCo, Vision Works and Academy Sports. All white HR department. Drastic cuts to sales force commission."

Former Employee - Event Specialist says

"Terrible Management Highly Political Demotivating Limited Success and Earning Potential Forced Company Mantra"

Former Employee - Account Executive says

"Absolutely no support for sales team, management uses scare tactics on field sales. No negotiating room in sales."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Micro managed and actually tracked via an app. Upper management optuse and hard headed. Company destined to get swallowed up as no general direction from aged management ideas and concepts."

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"Low pay mandatory overtime boring work"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Upper management is fractured ruled by intimidation, company is rife with backstabbing and bullying."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Expectations for remote reps unrealistic. They don't allow for much creativity in the way you sell to accounts. Poor training for AEs."

Current Employee - Sales Representative says

"40 hours per week expected facetime with clients. No drive time or admin counts. The application is very stressful. Takes the fun completely out of the job. Frames are not geared (fashion) or priced for people in their 20's to 35..."

Fullfilment Associate (Former Employee) says

"Benefits are good. That's about it. Pay is not good enough for what you would put up with. No advancement. Cliques are everywhere. Management turns a blind eye to people getting treated badly by their coworkers. If there is a quota to meet...people would get theirs and leave you stuck with the hard stuff do.BenifitsManagement and people"

Mail Clerk (Former Employee) says

"You’ll succeed if you act fake towards everyone. They laid everyone off and then changed their shifts and pay and said you were forced to resign if you didn’t agree.Good benefits and very extra buildingDo not care about employees life outside of work"

Senior Director (Vice President) says

"Most days were mundane and focused on daily operations. Corporate objectives loosely defined and not expressed clearly across the company which causes confusion and individual agenda. Company made up of long term associates focused on daily agenda which may or may not be focused on the corporate objectives.Low cost of livingSmall town, clickly organization, Resistant to change"

Frame repair Tech (Current Employee) says

"Relaxed Environment; Not much opportunity for advancement without an applicable degree or connections in department desired to move to. Relaxed environment can be frustrating if you wish to see efficiency improve."

Mark Geramian says

"I am not satisfied with the quality of my sunglasses and Maui Jim's customer service is not what I expected."

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