A Good first job, but not a job to stay at for long
Sales/Fits Associate & Cashier (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 4 October 2013
Usually since the store was low on hours to give out I would start my day at 10am being the only one in the fitting room and sometimes the whole back of the store. My day would end at 6 and I would be very exhausted and angry because of the very low help that I receive from the store and management. I learned the acronym and it has helped me get a new jobs. Management was good to me, however, if they did pick favourites and if you were not one of them expect your hours to be one shift a week which is usually a closing. Co-workers were amazing, I created long-term friendships with most. Hardest part is learning the floor set, especially if you do not work as often to memorize it and the most enjoyable part was meeting nice people.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Balzac, AB – 16 March 2018
At the time it was an amazing place to work, good co-workers, good management. Fun job all in all. Customers usually friendly and easy to please. Large location could sometimes mean a huge mess but by the end of your shift it didn’t really matter.
Part-time seasonal sales associate (Former Employee) – London, ON – 11 March 2018
I loved working at Forever 21, but unfortunately I was a seasonal employee so I did not get to stay. The community inside the workplace is refreshing and makes you feel like you are a part of a team. The atmosphere is upbeat and always busy.