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It was a great place. Great welcoming group. Management was open and honest. I would go back. I traveled to a few different stores within Canada. Working in Ontario was the best. Alberta specifically Calgary was a bit off. Turn over rate was high. Overall my experience was great aside from that
I've enjoyed working at H&M for the last 5 years. I gained a lot of experience and was given opportunities to learn and grow as a person. Unfortunately the work/life balance is quite poor - it's hard to maintain any sort of semblance of a normal life with other "adults" when you have no set schedule, and are expected to work late nights and weekends.
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This is a company where they embrace cultural diversity. They are also value centered and very goal oriented. Management really pushes you to enhance and develop your skills and knowledge. I believe it's the only retail company in the Philippines who implements 2 rest days in a week.
Wear your personality, 2 rest days, no discrimination, fun culture, room for growth
The workload does not match up with the salary. Upper management who are not in store are disconnected and unreachable when issues arise. Expected to work overtime to get your responsibilites done but will not pay overtime or give you the time back. Not a great place to work... although they will tell you it is.
Benifits are good
Area management is not good, Expectations are unrealistic, The job description does not accurately reflect the job, No overtime pay, Expected to work overtime
great place to grow if you are willing to wait maybe two years to advance sometimes longer If the management didn't really like you even if you were great at your job
great work life balance
waiting forever for promotion
Salary is good but with a catch. Expect to handle multiple positions simultaneously (Sale advisor, Store Administrator (full responsibility), Visual Merchandising, Operations, Cashier. Deadlines and expectations are Unreasonable, Especially if you are handling full administrative roles at any given time. Management are young, inexperienced and upper management are somehow snobby. Work load is overwhelming while cutting cost and reducing hours for part timers. (Managers are expected to cover those shift gaps). Advancement opportunities are limited, depending on how much upper management like you.
Friendly co workers, Clothing discount
Unfriendly management, overwhelming workload, unethical practices
Worked at H&M for almost 5 years, it was a great place to work in the beginning but things started going down hill after 2 years. Favoritism and Nepotism was the best practices that the Support office did. The best place to work survey was a joke and was always rigged. Overall was a great place but it's Leaders at the Support office were people with little or no skill. The salary was peanuts and their expectations was through the roof. Its great for part time as you dont have to deal with the useless support office. No overtime but they expect you to give your life to the company. You can have advancement opportunities only if you sucked up to the corporate office leaders.
Long hours, no recognition, favoritism . No advancement
things started out great, but eventually it gets a little stale. You do the same thing constantly. Too much focus on profits instead of on growth and 'fun' of job.
salary, job security
expanded too fast, lack of talented workers
Had been with Company for 9 yrs for the last 6 months we had been without a store manager and were expected to do the job often would come in on my own time to catch up on stuff as time was not allocated and often went 7 or more weeks without getting a proper weekend off . The Salary was good as were Vacation time and benefits time allocation to get truck done and other things was not realistic Upper Management playing favourites and only furthering careers if your face fit Loved how they embraced Conscious actions definitely a plus and was trained in first aid WSIB Some upper management HR and Security very good at their Job ! Area Manager not so much he is very condescending plays favourites and often is not in the same mindset as the rest of the area team and will contradict many routines often mocked by his peers behind his back Country Manager is amazing ! She will roll up her sleeves and is not afraid of hard work
benefits vacations and pay
coming in on day off to work for free many weeks without weekend off stress
Working at H&M was a fun experience as I got to travel within the country, assisting with new store openings. The people that work at H&M are what make it such a fun place to work. The most challenging part I felt was the limited support given to stores when they needed it the most. For example, during busy times we would often be short staffed or maxed out, not being able to even add more hours for extra hands. Also, some area management were passive aggressive when faced with in store concerns relating to proper management practices.
Met many great people
poor job/life balance
Planing, controling, evaluating operations, managing and developing staff, assigning duties, customer service. Fast pace environment, where we learn to be team player, respecting each other, and not forgething to have fun.