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About the company

  • CEO
    Mr. Carlos Crespo González
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5bn to $10bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale


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Sales Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 28 June 2021
Love some of the managers
Although I loved the staff, management was point on. Managers were great. Learnt a lot and made good friends. Staff is quite helpful and have team dinners which is pretty cool. Although I left before that, pretty chill, fast paced environment. But then again, very slow growth.
Associée aux stocks in Montréal, QC
on 14 July 2021
Parfait comme premier travaille
L'enviremont est très amical. Les managers sont comprensives et attentiones. Parfois vous devez travailler forte ...
Sales Associate in Mississauga, ON
on 8 July 2021
worked here for too long
this place was the absolute worst (most of the time). customers are entitled and messy. management doesn’t care about you unless you’ve worked there for years. requesting days off was always a hassle, management (especially gm) would say “it’s a request that doesn’t mean we will give it to you”. remember if you need the day off just call in sick anyways. even if you’re really sick and call in they still expect you to come in, you would think during covid they would be a lot nicer about it…nope. they will still give you a hassle about calling in sick. overall it’s a very toxic environment and you have the management to blame for that. they work you too hard for the amount you’re getting paid. if you’re closing always expect to stay back late. don’t work here unless you really really need a job other than that it’s not worth it. don’t waste your time on a company that doesn’t care about you. once again it was a very toxic environment the only thing good were the hours and your coworkers. they will make the experience more manageable. also take what the management says with a grain of salt. they will subtly attack you and try to hurt you, don’t take them too seriously they don’t have live cause their lives revolve around zara. it’s like a cult.
Sales Associate/Cashier in Markham, ON
on 28 June 2021
Fast paced, lots of work
A typical day at work includes tidying, putting products back on the floor, aiding customers to find products and operating cash register. Hardest part of the job is to be able to work very fast-paced and be able to multitask.
Sale Associate in Richmond, BC
on 23 May 2021
It was ok place to work, great way to meet people and build relationship with my co workers and customer. Management is horrible. There's one manager that doesn't really care about their employees well being and often times overworks them. Pay was minimum wage but I don't think its fair considering the amount of labour you do at Zara. Store is always under staff, every time on my off day they would call me in to work.

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