Neiman Marcus employees caught a break — sort of.
After The Post revealed last month that the luxury department store’s furloughed workers were being asked to repay their company-covered health insurance costs within two months of returning to work, the company backed off the onerous demand, sources told The Post.
“The employees are repaying the insurance, but now at a convenient pay plan versus the two months,” one employee who did not want to be identified told The Post. “Whatever time is needed [for repayment] will be given,” the employee said.
Staffers say the company softened its stance after The Post’s Sept. 27 exposé highlighting the demands in light of the CEO showing off his luxurious Dallas mansion in Texas magazine.
The 11-page spread on CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck’s “1927 Italianate-style house,” decorated with art by Andy Warhol among other luxury items, created a stir at Neiman because it popped