Store Advisor (Current Employee), Portland OR – January 28, 2014
Running the new garments, merchandising effectively, ringing people up in a fast pace manner, executing loss prevention strategies in fitting room.
I learned how to do everything the most efficient way possible. Management has a lot to deal with, communication was not always the greatest. Team players are a huge in this kind of work environment, which – more... is the most enjoyable part. – less
Full time Department supervisor (Current Employee), new york – January 23, 2014
everyday me and the management take place in checking in the associates and other management part to share past information based on sales and customer service, new product, new week and daily goals and how to accomplish it
Sales Advisor (Current Employee), Farmington, CT – January 23, 2014
Pros: fast-paced, good environment, easy workload
Cons: sometimes disorganized
A typical day consists of replenishing clothes back on to the sales floor, upkeep of the store, running the fitting room, ringing on the register, and customer service. Learned the workings of a clothing store such as truck processing, store replenishment, inventory, and creating store sales. Management is good, but can sometimes be disorganized. The – more... co-workers are great and bring personality into the workplace. The hardest part of the job is just dealing with the disgruntled customers who are not understanding. The most enjoyable part of the job is the fast paced environment and the general atmosphere of the job itself. – less
fantastic cooworkers not for those who don't like retail
Stock Manager and Sales Advisor (Current Employee), Broomfield, CO – January 19, 2014
Pros: coworkers, benifits.
Cons: slightly disorganized, management issues, ridiculous time standards.
The job is ok it is a typical retail work the coworkers are awesome but the management is ok. the benefits for full timers are amazing but for part timers not so much. job and life balance is either no free time because they call you in every available second they can use. or they don't give you any hours which puts you in financial hell. it is ok if – more... you find something better take it. – less
Retail Sales Advisor (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – January 9, 2014
Pros: location, international brand
Cons: minimal room for growth
Working at H&M's flagship retail in San Francisco was a lot of fun. I made a lot of friends and still communicate with them even after resignation. Typical day at work is working on the register, fitting room, and returning tried-on clothes from the fitting room to the sales floor. You do the same thing every single day. Management was ok. A lot of – more... them practiced favoritism. – less
Sales Advisor, (Seasonal) (Former Employee), Wellington – January 7, 2014
First off there is barely management, management is run by young people who need more managerial experience, with that said management is unprofessional and display favoritism. Same people always worked the fitting room, register and putting clothes away, there was barely rotation which hurt the store, instead of having equal knowledge about everything – more... employees only did what they knew – less
Sales advisor (Current Employee), Atlanta,Ga – January 6, 2014
At H&M there always something to look forward to. From the customers to the workers. at the same times you do have you days when it is odd, or something is just not right. at most part its a welcome place and a fun place to work at.