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A good place to start
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Rochester, NYApril 5, 2014
Pros: laid-back enviornment, friendly co-workers
Cons: confusing managers
I learned to be courteous and helpful to customers and greet them with a smile. Sometimes management was confusing because there were two main managers, an assistant manager, and a manager in training. So you had 4 people telling you different things.They were pretty laid-back so it wasn't too much of a hassle sometimes. My coworkers were very friendly – more... and helpful. The hardest part of the job was working the cash register. The most enjoyable part was folding clothes, greeting people, and helping them find what ever they needed. – less
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Easy to learn
Night Stocker (Former Employee), McAllen, TXApril 4, 2014
Had the ability to listen to electronics and converse with other members of the night stocking crew. The in-store music can get annoying due to the repetitive play.
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boring job
model/cashier (Former Employee), Mission Viejo, CAApril 2, 2014
Pros: got discount on merchandise
Cons: shorts lunch breaks
boring at times but the co workers made it fun but it was a great experience and showed me how important and education is.
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Managers are Hit and Miss
Part Time Impact Team Member (Former Employee), Louisville, KYApril 1, 2014
Pros: extremely flexible scheduling
Cons: low hours, low pay, variable management
The position for Managers and Assistant Managers is a revolving door, sales associates did not have the opportunity to benefit from the professional skills of their superiors
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Easy Job
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Oak Brook, ILMarch 28, 2014
Pros: fun people
Cons: pay, music, smell, dms
Felt bad for managers hard to promote. Work long hours for no pay. Good health benefits. A lot of fun though the associates and store managers are very fun but District Managers need more training.
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enjoyable
Store Manager (Current Employee), Raleigh, NCMarch 27, 2014
Pros: co-workers and benefits
Cons: crazy work schedule
A very enjoyable, fast past working environment. Get to work with amazing people! Company provides an amazing training program when first becoming a manager, and provides all the tools necessary to learn the position. Many opportunities to excel throughout the company, especially since they only hire from within.
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Fun Workplace
Sales Associate (Model) (Former Employee), CaliforniaMarch 26, 2014
Pros: really nice managers and coworkers, good atmosphere in store, fun music and good pay.
Cons: long hours with short breaks, very strict dress code and make up/hair policy.
Generally enjoyable workplace, fun coworkers and managers that made shifts just fly by. Typical day of work was organizing the store, interacting with customers, and doing stock checks. The hardest part of the job was deciding what to wear because you always have to have the clothes for the next season and dress according to certain styles the company – more... has chosen. The most enjoyable was talking to customers, helping them find merchandise and making sure they had a good experience and good day. – less
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Store Manager (Former Employee), Merrillville, INMarch 25, 2014
I hated this job they worked you like a dog for a small paycheck
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Model/Crew member
Model/Crew member (Current Employee), Bangor, MEMarch 25, 2014
Modeled clothing
Cleaned and performed daily tasks
Healthy relationships with coworkers
Performed cash register duties
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Great environment to work in
Model/Sales Associate (Current Employee), Trumbull, CTMarch 25, 2014
The best part about the job is the people I work with. I normally work on the floor, greeting customers and folding clothes or on the register. The management and co-workers made my experience the best it could be.
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boring environment
Impact worker (Former Employee), houston,txMarch 24, 2014
In the back steaming and folding clothes to put on floor display.
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Comfortable work attire with great manager training program
Visual Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Grapevine, TXMarch 24, 2014
Pros: casual work environment, great training opportunities
Cons: non-stop on the go moving merch and directing associates - can be taxing
I learned the ins and outs of running a business from my time at Abercrombie and Fitch. They have a Management training program that allows you to learn while working hands on in the store. I loved my co-workers. The hardest part of the job is the retail hours (weekends, nights, and holidays). Customer service skills are a must, otherwise you'll hate – more... your life. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I got to work with and learn from, and wearing jeans and flip flops to work. – less
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Productive
Overnight Stock Associate (Former Employee), Paramus, NJMarch 24, 2014
Stocking merchandise . I learned to organize & keep things in a neat place.
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busy place to work
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Evansville, INMarch 24, 2014
Pros: benefits and possibilty of advancement
Cons: long hours, very busy
I left with valuable knowledge of management skills, how to deal with employees, and how to maintain business reports.
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Great placeholder job while you look for employment elsewhere
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 24, 2014
Pros: easy to get
Cons: very high turnover, bad salary, pressured into lots of after hours recruiting events, lack of training
The job isn't very hard, you get a list every morning that details any specific things the home office wants you to complete that day and once those ares done you walk in circles around the store "Floor Supervising" which in an empty store on the weekdays really means -do nothing and in a busy store means - try to keep the register line short and the – more... store from being destroyed. I haven't learned much at this company but it did provide an example of everything i did not want from a job. The pay is terrible. its salaried at $28,000.00 when you start as an MIT and you cannot get a raise until you are promoted to Store Manager and they give you your own store. Getting your own store is much harder if you are unwilling to relocate. Recently they gave a store to a brand new employee right after he finished his MIT program because he got really good recruiting results. they didn't care that the employee in question wasn't really otherwise qualified to run a store on his own and overlooked the other 5+ Assistant managers who had been with the company, in some cases, for more than 2 years. You co-workers are great often times and so are your part time employees. if you need a paycheck while you look for a job more suited to you or just after you graduated from college and you're abercrombie and fitch "Pretty" than this is the job for you. If you are looking to start a career with a company you can advance through that this is not the company. Abercrombie and Fitch has a very high turnover rate, in the Dallas area especially. The company is much more concerned with bringing in new employees than working with the ones it already has. Since i have been employed with the company (June 2013) we have lost 1 District Manager, 2 Store Managers, 3 Assistant Mangers and at least 6 MITS that i have known personally. They will tell you that the company offers really great promotions, and they do if you can stick with it forever and are really into the brand and recruiting and can afford to be paid nothing while they decide what they want to do with you. – less
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Energetic Workplace
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Brandon, FloridaMarch 23, 2014
Greeted customers entering the store
Handled cash transaction
Provided training and assistance to new associates
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great work environment, super low salary
Store Manager (Former Employee), Memphis, TNMarch 23, 2014
Pros: job culture and employees
Cons: salary
Fun and energetic place to work, awful compensation for what's required of you.
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Working at Abercrombie & Fitch
Sales Manager Assistant (Former Employee), Royal Palm Beach, FLMarch 19, 2014
I learned a lot working at Abercrombie & Fitch, it was my first job coming out of High School. On a typical work day I would come in contact with a lot of people from different walks of life specially in Florida and that became very beneficial for me because it taught me a lot of my customer service skills I possess today. I was responsible for managing – more... inventory as well as keeping up with all the different sales that were going on at any given time. – less
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is a really nice place and you meet new people everyday
model (Former Employee), Louisville, KYMarch 12, 2014
i love this job but i wasn't for me because they didnt give enough Hours and i feel that i have to find something better
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It was a fun and casual atmosphere.
Manager (Former Employee), Corpus Christi, TXMarch 11, 2014
I was an assistant manager, I interviewed new employees and produced the schedules. I oversaw the employees on both opening and closing shifts.

About Abercrombie & Fitch

Trading on its century-old name, Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F) sells upscale men's, women's, and kids' casual clothes and accessories – Read more

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