Where is Ralphs Corporate office Headquarters

Ralphs Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1100 W Artesia Blvd, Compton, CA 90220, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 310-884-9000
  • Fax Number: 310-884-2601
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 000
  • Established: 1873
  • Founder: George Albert Ralphs
  • Key People: Alan J. Reed, Mary Louise Wakefield

Ralphs Headquarters Location & Directions

Ralphs Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Alan J. Reed

Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President

Steve McMillan

Senior Vice President

Mary Louise Wakefield

Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Eeo Officer

Alan G. Gray

Senior Vice President of Administration

R. Alexander Detrick

Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development

About Ralphs, History and Headquarters Information

Ralph Lauren Corporation produces luxury fashion products. They mainly distribute products of fragrances, apparels, home and accessories. It was founded in 1967 by Ralph Lauren. The headquarters of the company is situated in New York.  The founder himself is a fashion designer.

The company began its journey by manufacturing men’s ties in the US. Later it entered the UK market in 1981. Apart from this, Ralph also opened restaurants next to their stores. These restaurants are quite famous in Chicago and Michigan.

The company manufactures watches, fine jewellery, polo sportswear, leather goods like belts, bags, footwear, etc.They also do wholesale products to department stores, golf shops, and specialty stores.

The company operates in 3 segments namely Wholesale - sales made to departmental stores, retail - sales made directly to consumers and licensing. Currently there are 493 stores operating under the company. They also provide sports sponsorship to USTA, Wimbledon and US Olympic team.

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  • Donald Feinstein says:

    April 4, 2021. 7:18 AM. I am outraged at the way I was treated at the Ralph’s Market corner of Wilshire and Barrington, Los Angeles, CA 90049, this morning. I did my shopping a little before 7 AM today. Only had about 10 items in my basket. When I got to the check out line, there two (2) people ahead of me and their baskets were piled to overflowing. I went to the auto check out area but ALL the machines were off-line. I got back in line behind a lady who as previously mentioned had a basket that was piled to about a half-foot over the sides of the basket. There was only one checkout line open. There was a man at in that checkout line with a similarly overflowing basket. Then he walked away leaving his basket in line. I asked who I assume was the person in charge if he could open another line. His name is Rico. At first he argued that line next to him was opened. I pointed out it may be open but the customer was not there and had left his basket in the line rendering it ‘not usable’. He obliged. I informed the lady with the huge amount of product that she could go to the newly opened line as she appeared to b unaware of her surroundings. I then said to Rico we still have only one line open. He said ‘not true’ and again pointed to the checkout stand next to him. That was the same stand where the person had walked away leaving his cart in the checkout area rendering it unusable. By this time I had waited almost 10 minutes to check out. In the meantime there was still only one checkout open, and the person who had left his full cart had not returned. This was a big waste of time so I informed Rico I’m leaving and left my basket and left. As I left Rico mocked me with – ‘you can’t wait a few minutes?’ Then he and other staff laughed at me. I was not amused. I’ve lived in Brentwood for 30 years and have shopped at that Ralph’s since it opened. I informed him I’ve been waiting 10 minutes and nothing is moving – and the stand with the abandoned cart is still waiting for somebody to return. I left, and guess what? The man who abandoned his cart was in the parking lot standing next to his car rummaging around looking for something. Probably forgot his wallet and was trying to locate it. In the meantime I had been waiting now over 10 minutes, the store personal had done nothing to alleviate the situation – and had laughed at me for being impatient. Impatient? I am 82 years old. I am disabled. I am a Vietnam Vet. The way I was treated was intolerable. Suggest more training for Rico – or move him where he can’t mock older disabled War Veterans. BTW I was not the only customer who left in frustration.

    Would appreciate a response.

    Thank you.
    Donald Feinstein

     
  • Mr. Keith Berry says:

    Im writing because I going to bring a civil suit against the 3 store in Marina Del Rey, for harassment. I’ve been here over 4 month and they watch and follow me and my wife around the store. I have NEVER to anything nor broke.

     
  • John Vasquez says:

    Want to issue a complaint on a worker at 8626 Firestone Ralph’s not ringing up a customer at around 530pm check video customer push assaulted this is not right bringing to your aattention this is not

     
  • T. says:

    I want to start by saying this is my second time ever submitting a review to Yelp. However, given the horrendous treatment from KIRSTIN at this location, it is well warranted. KIRSTIN is one of the Sales Manager at the Fountain Valley, CA location. My husband had witnessed her one night chasing a man out of the store, while video taping him, and screaming, “If you come back without a mask, I will call the police!” Now, I understand most people’s emotions are running high given our current national/world climate, and regardless of our opinions about this-or-that, I personally don’t want my child witnessing a maniac employee chasing a man out of the grocery store while screaming, threatening and holding up her phone. So, I called the store the next day to ask questions regarding employee policies related to the incident, and she happened to answer the phone. She initially spoke calmly, but when I asked if there’s another way that the employees have been trained to manage customers who don’t wear a mask (which, by the way, this man walked out calmly), she quickly went from 0-10. She quickly became extremely elevated and SCREAMED and YELLED at me! She would not let me get a word in edgewise, referred to me as “Honey”, and eventually hung up on me. Her response was EXTREMELY HOSTILE and she acted with no self-control. I then called back to ask for a general manager, and again, she quickly responded by SCREAMING, cutting me off, I mean…she truly would not let me speak, resorted to calling me “Honey,” which… as a grown married woman with kids, is condescending. I don’t like to be called “honey” by another woman, other than my mother. She then turned to using the avoidance phrases of, “I’m sorry, Hon, but you’re cutting out.” “I’m really sorry, Hon, but I can’t hear you.” CLICK

    In all my years, I have never seen such rude, obnoxious, ill-mannered, discourteous behavior from a grocery store employee…let alone a STORE MANAGER! Wow…it is quite startling to witness such primitive and crude behavior that was freely exposed. Obviously, this message will be sent to Ralph’s corporate office. It appears KIRSTIN has had poor training, and from what I’ve read, so have other employees at this particular Ralph’s. It’s clear the issues start from the top. I mean…who trained this woman, and how in the world is she still employed here? It’s like rewarding atrocious behavior. Her behavior as a grown woman, and the fact she is being paid to “manage” in this manner, is appalling! Lastly, I was able to speak with the General Store Manager, BRIAN (thankfully someone else answered the phone), and he stated that no employee has been given the right, or authority to behave as “law enforcement.” He indicated that, yes, employees have a right to refuse service, and there are policies in place, however, they do not include the aforementioned behaviors. Given the history at this store and lack of skilled management, this Ralph’s should be reported to the Better Business Bureau.

     
  • JEFF BROWN says:

    Management: I had a complaint and I don’t want to join ask me!!! Your chat blows! What kind of outfit doesn’t allow direct feedback from a 25 year customer who was potentially cheated out of $146, if I hadn’t challenged the receipt. If this is a computer glitch it could be negatively affecting hundreds of people and not in a good way. Jeff Brown 4170 Ingraham Street #2 San Diego, CA 92109 Ralphs Reward Card ending in 6750

     
  • Lori says:

    I went to two Ralph locations and found them sweeping outside and using the carts we put our FOOD in as a trash can. Even if we weren’t in a pandemic i still think that is nasty. I DONE WITH NASTY RALPHS.

     
  • Mike says:

    Why are you guys even still open for business? You obviously don’t care about the customer you couldn’t care less what we think your stores are filthy your employees are filthy they are unprofessional they are dirty they don’t carry themselves well they don’t speak well I’m talking about the store in Palm Desert. That has got to be the worst grocery store I’ve ever been in my life and I’ve tried it 20 times and I quit how do you guys call that business what is wrong? Who is running your place why don’t you just close?

     
  • John Rhodes says:

    Having to buy 3, 4, 5 or more to get the sale price of an item is BS. Just allow customers (remember them?) to buy the quantity of their choice. They should not be weaseled and ‘nickle and dimed’ into buying more than they want or need. Just give customers the sale price without gimmicks.

     
  • LAURIE KOLSTAD says:

    I was at the Ralph’s on Brookhurst and Ball shopping and came out to my car to find my window smashed in, they took the ashtray (which had very little in it) and some CD’s. I usually do not have ANYTHING in my car, but did this time!! I just want to warn you: DO NOT PARK ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THAT BUILDING, I actually ignored my gut feeling and did. I was only in the store for twenty minutes but that’s all they needed. I called the police but they don’t come out for that kind of call anymore so had to file it on line. The managers and a clerk came out to help me and they were GREAT. I suggested they at least put a sign letting people know (Maybe park at your own risk) or something. I’m sure Corporate wouldn’t let them even if they wanted to so I’m just warning you!! The area is getting so bad because the empty strip center is vacant and homeless people have kinda taken it over. Please be careful.

     
  • Geri says:

    Your Westlake Village store in Thousand Oaks Calif are not wearin MASKS WHY. Your store manager is not even wearing a mask WHY

     
  • Mary says:

    Since mid March, toilet paper is the hottest item in every store. It sells out first, as soon as it arrives on tues., thurs., and sat. Every store has empty shelves. Yet no store manager acknowledges this shortage and orders extra product. No one converts their seasonal store section to toilet paper. No one carries disposable gloves!!! Why?
    I used to order for Vons. If a hot item existed, such as toilet paper and disposable gloves, I would move that item into the seasonal section, order extra pallets of product, and sell it as long as the demand existed! What is wrong with you people???!!! Don’t you realize you lose business when you don’t carry product? Get with it and order extra product. Convert every seasonal section to GLOVES, TOILET PAPER, HAND TOWELS!!! Sell these items now, while public still has the gov relief checks to buy and Ralph’s can make a profit, now. Lean times are ahead. You will feel it.

     
  • Robert Day says:

    You need to fire instacart. They are ruining your reputation. The groceries I ordered last week STILL haven’t been delivered.

     
  • Pam Goldberg says:

    Fountain Valley had no social distancing except in checkout lane. Way too many people in the store. You just lost a 20 year customer. Other stores are following the rules. What make you so special.

     
  • Clg says:

    You need to hire a guard or get loss prevention to watch store 700. You have daily shoplifters stealing cart loads and thousands of dollars daily from this store. If you really cared about your bottom line and being able to have the money going towards the much-needed raises to the associates that work the hardest to make those billions for you, you would provide security at this location and save a lot of money, not to mention safety is becoming an issue for the employees with the brazen lowlifes that come into that location. The manager is happy doing nothing about this.

     
  • Silva says:

    I was at Ralph’s in Encino last night and a checker told me that you’re not doing the lines anymore and practicing social distancing due to low sales? Do I need to report you to the CDC? This is very bad news and you are putting the workers and other shoppers in danger. You also need to provide masks and gloves to all the workers for every shift.

     
  • A Concerned Neighbor. says:

    When u see someone stealing ralphs crates from behind the store late at night after the store closes and call them they donot come out and check to see whats going on or call the police. Make me think they set it up.

     
    • Clg says:

      Ralph’s doesn’t care. That sit in their cushy office making decisions about departments etc. that they’ve never worked at a day in their lives.

       
  • Mr.First in line says:

    Wow i love getting to Ralph’s grocery store at 5 in the morning to be the first person in line,
    just to have a hundred or so SENIOR CITIZENS get first grabs and take all the toilet paper even thou there is a limited supply of toilet paper for “everybody”
    I even made a video about it
    https://youtu.be/IP4CrRFdJYQ

     
  • Laura Johnson says:

    I am an employee that had tried to call Ralphs headquarters to obtain a family leave due to school closures, a recent death of my father and now having to move this weekend. I need to file for a family leave, but no one is getting back to me. I haven’t been able to speak with my store manager or Comanager o the phone due to this chaise. I could be homeless soon. And no one cares

     
  • Dorothy Anderson says:

    PLEASE allow all Ralph’s to open for an hour early for 65+ and physically handicapped people (and perhaps people who just need less than 5 items) to shop without the horrendous lines. Some other markets are doing this, but Ralph’s is so close to me whereas the other markets are in other towns.

     
  • Patricia Wedehase says:

    Why has Ralph’s not doubled its store deliveries during this corona virus mania? Was at your Lake Forest, Ca store two days ago and the shelves were fully stocked. This morning the shelves are empty of FOOD and the panic it caused was palpable! One women was running around in a panic with her daughter trying to find things on her list. The check out lines ran to the back of the store! Keeping your shelves stocked would go a long way to reassure people that everything is okay and that food is going to be in the stores to buy. Hire more people, stock around the clock, keep food supplies coming. You should have responded to this way before now. Get going!

     
  • Veronica Taylor says:

    I love shopping at Ralphs my favorite grocery store for the last 15 years the managers are always so nice and helpful I never have any problems there but unfortunately I had to face a rude worker in the Meat dept. I have never seen him before he was not friendly and does not know the meaning of customer service. I don’t think that he really likes his job and sorry to say but he must at least get a warning I don’t like to see anyone losing there job.

     
  • ELAINE HALBIRT says:

    can you help? I was hacked saying my info was taken when I shopped at my local store ch isl Oxnard ca 93041

     
  • E. Taylor says:

    Question regarding your Store in North Hollywood, 6657 Laurel Canyon Blvd. I’ve lived in this neighborhood for 33 years and there was a time when this store was well kept. Lately it’s looking shabby. Shelves not stocked as they once were. I kept hearing the Manager tell customers they are expecting delivery tomorrow. Other Ralph’s stores are much better kept. Are you planning on closing this store? Or are you planning on remodeling this store. I used to get the Kroger Brand Pineapple, especially the tidbits. Now they do not have any Kroger Pineapple, just Dole. I’ve been discovering that Smart and Final at the other end of the complex is well stocked and taken care of, though they do not have Pineapple tidbits…. Down the street is a new complex being built. No Ho West… It would help improve the neighborhood if you updated and updated this Ralph’s…

     
  • Linda Jones says:

    good afternoon, please i need to have an email address to request my work history in your office in Compton as i Plan to retire soon and as I moved to Spain some years ago, misplaced much paperwork.
    I worked in the accounts payable department in Compton, can not recall exact dates, or how long I know it was between 1985 -1988., my name Linda Jones. once I have an email address will send my social security no.
    Please I hope you can help me.

    Thanking you in advance for your assistance.

    Regards,

    Linda Jones

     
  • Soldier-Shopper says:

    Ralph’s in Tustin (Jamb./IVB) is
    the best place to shop if you would like a friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful crew, with fresh produce, while shopping in a clean, organized, and friendly environment.
    Jose, the night manager, and his crew are extremely professional, kind, knowledgeable, patient, and very helpful. Here is the best place to shop when Jose, and crew, are working.
    Clearly, this store will suffer if Jose decides to leave..as evidenced by a drastically different experience, last night, with Drill-Sargent—Nichole.
    I recommend that you steer far away from closing time if Jose, and crew, aren’t there. Personally,
    I will opt to defer my shopping, or go to another store altogether should I encounter Nichole again. It’s just not worth shopping there until Jose returns from vacation!
    I don’t know who Nichole is, but.. she bellows over the loud speaker like a Drill-Sargent—“five more, soldier.” And then, she chases you down in the store to tell you, “five minutes more.”
    As if I haven’t heard Nichole’s bellows, every five minutes, during my entire 45 minute shopping experience!
    It was quite anxiety provoking, and felt bordering on harassment, when— Nichole tracked me down to tell me that the store is closing in five minutes, when actually, the store was closing in 10 minutes. (Nichole, we all have smart phones—we know what time it is—and btw—the store is required to pay you for every moment that you work—so there is no need to harass the customers.)
    I’ve shopped this store for 20 years—
    NICHOLE!—I KNOW WHAT TIME THE STORE CLOSES!
    If your life will improve so significantly at 1am, when the store closes, as you told the customer behind me, why don’t you just quit and let someone who appreciates, and actually likes, their job work there.

     
  • Southernbell says:

    Ralphs on Western/Manchester Ave is so disrespectful to the neighborhood. There is a senior housing complex right next to the back of their store. We are being disturbed early mornings with all their delivery trucks slamming their truck doors or employees doing their outside work. For the past 2 nights they have allowed this man to sit in front of the store and play this extremely loud music while he beat some bongo drums from the back of his truck. For the pass few months there are never any shopping carts available or the few they have are being used so people have to stand around waiting for someone to come out with their cart. Since there are no carts available, the regular customers are using the carts for the handicap as shopping carts. People are parking in the no parking zone in front of the store and smoking their weed as they wait for someone. You have to go around these cars to get into the store.A homeless person hangs around or is sleep on the front of the store along with someone trying to sell you their wares.

     
  • Lisa says:

    The location on Ventura and hazeltine purposely shuts off their escalators to save electricity. They don’t care about customers. Stay away from this store. Conspiracy. Very dirty dealings to earn a profit this way

     
  • Patricia inise says:

    We have shopped at Ralphs in Woodland Hills on Victory Blvd for years. For the last few years it has continued to go downhill. Shelves are not stocked, carts with boxes are in the isles, and the produce department is a mess. I don’t buy much produce there as I prefer Trader Joe’s fresh, cheaper items. The carts are terrible, and the store is dirty all around the outside. My other complaint is your Kroger brand. I don’t want all Kroger brands. I want a choice, and now you are replacing way to many of my preferred brands with Kroger and I am going to other stores to get my brand.

     
  • JK says:

    Has Ralph’s pulled Fairlife products from it’s shelves? If not, why not?
    See this video detailing animal abuse at Fair Oaks Farm, one of the largest dairy farms in America. This was documented by an undercover worker for Animal Recovery Mission.

    https://youtu.be/_quX1acHGks

     
  • ANGRY PARENT ..!! says:

    Me and my son, which is 10 years old, shop for Toy hot wheels Diecast cars at Ralphs Market in Culver city ca. on Jefferson and Overland. they have the display of Hot wheels right by the employee’s entrance. a revolving door where ralph in employees run in and out of. The Hot wheels is dangerously close to the employee entrance, where somebody is going to get hit and knocked over. THIS IS A SAFETY HAZARD..!!!! and employee almost knocked over my son because he did not see him .. !! I filed a complaint with Ralphs Market staff but they are very rude and disrespectful

     
  • maryibrahimrx@gmail.com says:

    i’ve been cheated with my reward from us bank card ,iam spending almost $800.00/month me and my children on ralph’s card ,and i don’t get my rewards checks ,i keep calling every month and they give me excuses and promise to look at my request,there many supermarkets outthere cheaper in prices ,why i have to put up with that ,last call made today 12/21/18 spoke to supervisor again promises ,this need to be checked ,i am not satisfied and this way i am loosing money with you ,i have to alert every body

     
  • Charlotte says:

    Your Store 1233 No. LaBrea Manager Carlos is so rude. Maybe he should be off the floor and away from helping any customers.
    I will never shop at this Store again!

     
  • Aishe UMURHAN says:

    Some of your store managers are racists……please do some research…..please investigate…..
    We are the customers of ralphs store #44 on Wilshire Blv. We would like to have employee JOEY back in the store working; we are deeply saddened not to have him indeed. He was a delightful sentient being who always put smiles on our faces.
    Thank you.

    I believe in the essential unity of all lives. Therefore I believe that if one person gains spiritually the whole world gains, and if one person falls, the world falls to that extent.
    MOHANDAS K. GANDHI

     
  • Naheed hassan says:

    I am working at Ralph’s about 12 years. I ask my work schedule until 7.00pm but they always giving me late shift. This job is too much stress. I want to work happily but I can’t. My kids come back from school 4:30. My shift starts from 3:30 to 11 or 12. I could not see them much. I want to spend some time with my family. Some time my husband work late, I can’t leave them alone by self. I don’t know what to do, feel like quit this job

     
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