Wages aren't great, they pay the retail award wage but they do treat you well. Every so often you receive gift cards, extra discounts, free food, nice staff areas
They cheat thr system and use a loop hole
Great benefits including training, leaves and ongoing support for team members. The drawbacks are the long hour working shift and some require a very early start.
For some reason April is a black out period and you have to let management know 4 weeks prior before telling them your availability changes. This can be quiet difficult as sometimes changes in life are unpredictable and you can't really guess what will happen in 4 weeks.
25% discount at H&M and subsidiaries i.e. Cheap Monday, COS
You accumulate paid annual and sick leave, as well as staff discounts at any H&M store (with a valid company card) and it’s other brands. You also get rewarded for achieving sales target as a team, so heaps of food perks!
Sometimes bought breakfast. Sometimes overworked can affect personal life. No financial benefits to working hard.
Best: - You get a great discount on clothes - Flexiable work schedule and holiday request Worst: - There’s none I could think of
The best part of working here is the people you meet. I know I would have long lasting friends from working here. The worst part is that progression can be hard when you want to move up to Head Office.
25% off everything incl. all of H&M's subsidiaries
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.