Luxury is growing faster than can staff on the ground can keep…

On June 8, 2012 by China Daily



Luxury is growing faster than can staff on the ground can keep pace with, so luxury brands are taking matters into their own hands to ensure there are enough well-trained personnel on hand (see Jing Daily’s article for more about the Retail College established by Richemont). In this video, Trevor Lai at Thoughtful China talks to John Seliger, President and CEO of Coach, about the HR issues luxury retail faces in China. 

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