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Navigating Toxic Retail Workspaces – A Discussion on how "The Customer is Always Right" and 'Profit over People' has Set Retail Workers Quit Stand Up Retail

This Fresh Take Tuesdays episode doesn't hold back and cuts right to the issue that might be the core of why working in retail is so tough – the industry's unhealthy mantras and highest held prize.  To truly tackle toxicity in the store based retail world, our guest felixSEBASTIAN and Carrie dig deep into the definitions, feelings and realities of toxicity in retail.   Whether you work in a fast fashion, off-price, departments store, luxury or any other sort of 'direct to consumer' retail position, this episode will help walk you through the ways to navigate these workspaces when things get toxic and also arm you with a simple 3 step plan to TAKE ACTION instead of just leaving.   Music in this episode: Epidemic Sound, Mayweather, "Warm Keys"  https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/A7XkwiC7yh/  felixSEBASTIAN and Carrie share work history at the largest dept store in America in the most chaotic retail footprint in NYC. With his over 20 years in retail, and management experience ranging from fast fashion to iconic luxury brands, felix brings his empathy and courage to the discussion and shows us just how much one person can change, if they are brave enough to do the right thing.   Where you can find felixSEBASTIAN:  YouTube –  @To Felix, With Love     IG – @iamfelixsebastian  Anchor (and wherever you get your podcasts): To Felix, With Love
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