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10 days ago

Visual Merchandiser - Fashion Industry Opportunity

H&M Santa Monica, CA

Overall Job Function: Responsible for presenting the garments according to the H&M guidelines in order to maximize sales with guidance and direction… VelvetJobs.com


2 days ago

Security Responsible (m/w) – new

H&M Santa Monica, CA

Help Global security to communicate and implement Global Security activities, policies, procedures, guidelines and… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Sales Advisor (m/w) auf flexibler Stundenbasis – new

H&M Burbank, CA

Title: Sales Advisor (m/w) auf flexibler StundenbasisType: TeilzeitLocation: Ansbach, Bayern Suchst Du einen neuen Job in dem Mode, SpaƟ und Action… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Part-time Sales Advisor  in  Culver City, CA
    Former Employee - Part-time Sales Advisor in Culver City, CA

    I worked at H&M part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    I loved the feeling going to work knowing there would be a challenge and that I was actually trained to handle it. I dabbled in customer service, merchandising, and receiving. Also compared to other retailers the pay is pretty fair. Couple that with the discount and the low prices and it's pretty easy to get comfortable. I also loved that as part time I got vacation hours which I cashed out when I quit.

    Cons

    As a lot of people state favoritism is definitely used here. I worked full time hours with part time status while others were given full time without putting in nearly as much work as me. They use promotions to get you to work harder. "If you help get the store to this standard we will have more time to develop you." It's honestly a load of bull.

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    Make sure the store level is actually giving promotions to people who deserve them.

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