SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 18 April 2018
Overall management of the store lacks. It is difficult to advance in your placement. Did not enjoy the hours that were given, usually given 5-10 hours bi-weekly due to the excessive amount of employees.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 13 April 2018
Only downfall was that the company hired too many staff members for this location before it opened and so when it opened it was not as busy as they expected and so many staff members didn't get enough shifts. Also the discount here was only 12%.
Cashier (Former Employee) – calgary – 6 April 2018
i just cashed customers i learnt to communicate more with others there was no really hard part since im a fast learner i enjoyed working here, the staff was very nice as well and easy to get along with.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 March 2018
Pretty good not bad, good with shifts and overtime. It wasnt too hard did not make me do anything impossible. The managers and everyone were kind. Would recommend as a starting job to build basic skills.
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.
Sales Associate / Stock Associate (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 7 March 2018
My experience at Forever 21 was absolutely terrible. At Forever 21, you are not an employee to them, you are a pawn. The management has absolutely zero compassion for the well being of their employees. The schedule is never posted on time, seniority is not a thing, they don't train you properly, they have unrealistic expectations when it comes to completing tasks, and they'll cut your hours if you call in sick. If you have any standards at all, I highly recommend that you do not work here.
Chef caissière (Former Employee) – Brossard, QC – 28 February 2018
Chaque journée était différente. L'achalandage était en décroissance. Je n'ai pas vraiment appris grand chose. C'était une suite de poste de caissière. Seulement le système de caisse était différent. L'équipe était vraiment unie comme une famille. Par contre, il ne prenait pas en compte de ta vie personnelle. Le magasin devait passer avant ta vie personnelle. Aucun moyen de prendre congé pour des rendez-vous ou prendre des vacances. Pas beaucoup d'évolution de carrière.
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I personally hated it there. There is no organization whats so ever. They treat employees poorly. A lot of who gets better hours and who works in the parts of the stores is considered better is all based on who the manager "likes" more
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 21 February 2018
I loved working at forever 21, it made me understand more to the workplace from being my first job.. it was fun, i have a passion for organization and it helped me gain experience in the workplace and the environment is amazing. the people are amazing and we all work together to get what we need done.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 February 2018
The people that I worked with here were really wonderful. I am still friends with some of them and think they are great. The store itself was always the same. Repetition of the same three things always but that is all anyone can expect at a retail job. Customers would make a mess of the store and you would go by and clean it only to have someone make a mess of it again. It definitely got frustrating.