Men's Wearhouse: Tailored for Any Change That Retail Brings

Infante, Victor D.
March 2001
Workforce (10928332);Mar2001, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p48
Looks at employee training at Men's Wearhouse, a retailer of men's clothing. How employees are treated at Men's Wearhouse; Average training hours of employees at Men's Wearhouse per year; Features of the company's training for managers; Results of the training program of Men's Wearhouse.


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