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
The best part is 25% off around the world and occasional perks like 100 voucher, 50% off storewide etc.
25% staff discount, 50% off vouchers a few times a year, and $100 gift vouchers given to staff for each yearly anniversary in Australia.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.