Does anyone have a point of view on the leadership team at Famous Footwear? I heard they recently let go of the SVP/GMM of merchandising and planning… not sure if this move makes the place better or worse. Thanks!
I had always heard good things about them earlier in my career (unlike Footlocker), but it’s been years and company culture can change rapidly with something as small as a new person in an upper management role. I always look at the overall health of the company. If a company is prospering it generally means happy, engaged employees. When things tank workplaces become toxic (if poor leadership wasn’t the cause in the first place).