I worked at Abercrombie & Fitch part-time
Very nice staff and they really try to adapt to your scheduling needs. Decent pay and the work is very straight forward.
Due to the locations being in shopping centers it was usually hard to find parking
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work, continue to work with your employees on scheduling because personally that was a must for me
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Abercrombie & Fitch (Columbus, OH) in January 2011.
I was invited to the final round interview at the Home Office in Columbus in January 2011. The Home Office visit was absolutely incredible and I truly had an amazing experience.
The first day is mainly them selling you on working for Abercrombie. There is a quick IQ test, then a tour of columbus, a tour of the home office, a panel discussion, a tour of all the stores on campus, and a dinner. There were tons of opportunities to ask questions, learn more about the position, and the corporate culture at A&F. It was a very welcoming culture and relaxed.
The second day you have a group exercise and some more tours. Then the afternoon is an extremely packed in interview process which entails 3 one on one interviews, a case study, and another type of interview.
While there, everyone was extremely relaxed, professional, and everything was impeccably planned. They told us to give them 2 weeks to make a decision and we would either be contacted by phone or email. After not hearing after a while, I emailed, then called. After two weeks I finally got an email saying that I wasn't chosen. I was disappointed but a little taken aback at how unprofessionally it was handled.
Basically, I would still say that it was a great experience and seems like a fun place to work but unless you are hardcore into the Abercrombie culture it may not be for you.
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