Part Time Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 15 January 2018
the company really did act like a team and incorporated the family aspect within the company we did alot of things out side of the store and but the new management team isn't the best and it really understanding but other than that the store was great the training was fast and easy.
Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 January 2018
I have worked a few retail job and H&M has by far been the best one so far. Lots of small benefits even if you work part time. Your shifts won't be boring as you will be trained to work on cash, fits and being on the floor. Management is nice for the most part. I worked at the flagship so they were a bit more stern but nothing too crazy they are easy to talk to if you have any special requests.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 22 November 2017
Best days of life when i work here that will help me in every prospect of life internationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternationalinternational
Sales Advisor (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 31 October 2017
One of the worst companies I have ever worked for. Only get 4 hour shifts, no room for advancement, managers expect everything to be perfect and yell at you in front of customers if not doing your job right, co-workers are really friendly, but you never get enough hours and end up only getting $300/month. If managers don't personally like you, you will never go onto different positions.
Facilities Coordinator (Former Employee) – Canada – 31 October 2017
H&M is a fast paced environment that requires constant improvement of your skills. H&M genuinely cares about your development and strongly believes in promoting from within the company. The stress level can be high at times. Colleagues are always there to help out.
Sales Advisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 October 2017
It's either the best job ever with a great environment and endless advancement or the pettiest waste of time you'll ever do. It literally changes based on location. Do your research, talk to staff (NOT MANAGEMENT), and find out what environment you're getting yourself into. Many really and truly try to live by the motto "Place of Possible", and many managers (unfortunately) turn favouritism and nepotism into something really and truly ugly.
Supported at quite a few locations (including in the US) and have seen really great climates and some really toxic ones. They seem to be struggling at some locations with mismanagement and move managers often due to this issue. But full-time, part time staff, and visuals... I've never witnessed any major issues on that front.
As with any job, do your research and know that at its core, it's a great company with high standards and a great vision.
no hours for part-timers, terribly trained managers