Blair Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Blair Corporation is one of America's largest direct marketing mail order retailers, selling clothing and household goods. Founded in 1910 as New Process Company by John Leo Blair, the company recently celebrated its 100th year in business. Blair is headquartered in Warren, Pennsylvania, and has warehousing and distribution operations in nearby Irvine, Pennsylvania, as well as a call center in Erie, Pennsylvania. The company is well known for its retail catalogs, which are sent to millions of customers in the United States. While most business is done through mail-order, phone, or online, Blair also maintains retail stores in Warren and Grove City, Pennsylvania. Blair is the largest employer in Warren County, Pennsylvania, where it is based. Blair employs around 1200 associates.

A reviewer shared some toughts about buying at Blair, "I was very excited to order from Blair. I shopped at a Blair in Las Vegas Nevada years ago and loved it. I ordered five capri set outfits. It was the cheapest garbage I have ever gotten from any clothing place in my life. Could do better in a used Thrift Shop or Walmart. I literally thought it was a prank or a joke. My shorts and pants look like if you took a tablecloth and made pants or shorts out of it. Although the tablecloth would have been better material. Could not be more disappointed in a clothing company. It feels like they know you can't see or feel the clothes. So they send you the most cheapest thinnest garbage ever. You don't want to have to send it back. They count on that. I thought Amazon was bad for the quality of clothing. It made Amazon look fancy."


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FedEx Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"Horrible company staff shady people unprofessional I recommend no one to work for these people they don’t respect employees lie under pay you the paystubs are shady it’s clear the owner is tax evading because nothing is reported but they take it out your check"

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"I did not like this company at all. It was terrible and they did not appreciate their employees like they should. I wish I would have known before I started so that I didn't have to ever put this on a resume. Cons: Everything else"

Telesales rep (Former Employee) says

"empty thoughts about this place..nothing comes to mind it is a great start job"

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"go in and talk on the phone placing orders. you have to listen very carefully. Co workers are alright. get rude calls few times a day"

Phone Representative (Former Employee) says

"Soul sucking, unappreciated, underpaid, undervalued, managers are terrible. All around bad job, except no dress code really. Small town click atmosphere"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"I wouldn't go back its a terrible plance to work customers are rude they do not pay you for things you should be paid for certain supervisors are very rude Cons: Unpaid lunchs, short breaks"

Customer engagement sales representative (Former Employee) says

"The environment was unfriendly, and there were rules set into place that did not leave you liking your job., It payed okay for being a call center, as long as you are well at sales. However, I would not work here again and do not recommend it."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Very strict and ridiculous attendance policy. Dull and boring work environment. The management extremely pushes on your sales even though they kept rising the expectations to an unrealistic level."

Customer Service-Part Time Telephone Order Rep (Current Employee) says

"They made me work every Saturday evening because I would..A day at work usually consisted of getting on the phone and taking incoming calls. I didn't learn anything. Workplace culture consisted of if you where in the group you where god"

Receptionist, Accounts Rec/ Payable (Former Employee) says

"Blair did not have a very comfortable work environment - too much favoritism and back stabbing amongst employees I was very glad to leave here."

Order Filler (Current Employee) says

"Don't recommend but it's a job.have to learn fast and get a good average rather quick. Good pay now but low sttarting pay. Too many people. Messy environment Cons: Healthcare exensive"

Returns Processor (Former Employee) says

"You are pushed to get the job done. Running around filling orders. On your feet all day. They don't care about the people just productivity. Working in returns you will get some of the nastiness clothing back with human fluids and animal hair on them. Cons: everything"

Crane Operator (Former Employee) says

"it is a alright place to work. if you cant keep up then they let you go. if your hurt your only allowed to be off for 12 weeks. if your out longer than that your done Cons: not fast enough then your done, no advancement"

Telephone Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"They are forcing you to make sales on poor old people. They will fire you if you mess up once. They make you feel uncomfortable. It's a stressful job. You answer phones all day."

Customer engagement sales representative. (Former Employee) says

"I was harassed and management did not do much about it. The callers were usually screaming and calling names at you for the only reason of them having a bad day. No matter how nice you were to them, they would turn your mood around internally. Working for Blair brought back my depression. Cons: Many"

Sales Associate in Call Center (Former Employee) says

"Had to work here after high school for a summer. It was not that bad but it was also really boring. I could not stay there for longer than a summer. I had to hop on the bandwagon as a Warren County resident."

Laborer (Former Employee) says

"I was able to perform the job easily. Kept changing how we did things each day. The benefits were good and I liked my manager. Have to get a certain percentage each day or chance losing your job and it kept going higher."

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"Fast workplace and very repetitive. Offered overtime, and when not busy you had the option to stay or be sent. It depended on the customers and yourself if your day went by fast or slowly."

Telephone Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"When I first began working for Blair I enjoyed my job; however, after a few months I came to see that the management cared more about the bottom line than any of its employees."

Laboror (Former Employee) says

"They treated employees like they were irreplaceable. My supervisor was amazing but managment was not. I took tho extra mile and did classes and also did extra work and took on diff jobs to prove I could do anything they threw at me and still wasn't enough."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Blair part-time Cons: The pay could be better."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Blair full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Top-heavy management makes it impossible to make good decisions to move the company forward"

Former Freelancer - Anonymous Freelancer says

"I worked at Blair Cons: Well, From what I could see, If you have ever worked for Teletron , a call center for selling people things, like credit cards, and so on. It's like that. If you make people angry enough they hang up on you, or say nasty things on the phone to you for calling them. From what I know this place is similar, comes close to that. The pay not good, can't live off."

Former Employee - Truck Crane Operator says

"I worked at Blair full-time for more than a year Cons: Rules and regulations only apply to certain employees and not other's"

Current Employee - Telephone Sales Agent says

"I have been working at Blair part-time for more than a year Cons: Some of the challenges are their incentive program, because I feel that commission for certain programs is unnecessary."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Blair full-time Cons: Isolated location, company hangs on to problem employees for too long."

K. L. Seifert says

"I ordered a sweatsuit for $28.47 at the beginning of August. When it arrived it did not fit. I returned it for another size, and they did not have that either, so I asked for a refund. They will only refund $11.07. When I asked why, I was told they charge that much for using their return label."

Judy says

"First time I ordered. I don't know how this company stays in business. Ordered 6/22/20 and I wanted to return the item. I could not access my online account. After 5 phone calls to India and 15 emails, IT still has not fixed the problem. I returned the item 8/01 enclosing the Blair return/refund forms using their return label which cost me $9.99. It is now 8/10 and they say they have not received the item but when they do it will take 4-5 weeks to process my refund. A total of 6-7 months of hassle with this company."

Myrna Anglin says

"I ordered slacks for my mother, who lives in a nursing home in Illinois. Eleven days later the package was tracked to the post office in that city. The next day it was in Memphis, TN. Why? Very poor customer service."

Jim Johnson says

"I have been a customer of Blair/Haband for over 10 years. Stupid me - I finally realized that 100% of their products are made in China (home of the Wuhan Virus regardless of what Tedros of the WHO and the mouthpiece for Xi and the Chinese Communist Government claim). I'll gladly pay a couple of dollars extra for pants, shirts, etc. as opposed to "attending" my friend's funeral or suffering through an extended and unnecessary lock-down. Therefore, please inform me when your companies begin with MADE IN USA products (you have my e-mail address). James N. Johnson III - Tucson, AZ"

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