Arc'teryx - Great Place to Work! | Glassdoor
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    "Great Place to Work!"

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      Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook
      Approves of CEO

      I have been working at Arc'teryx full-time

      Pros

      - Work life balance and work life integration is excellent - Dedicated and hard working teams - Approachable management team

      Cons

      - Vancouver is expensive, and the outdoor industry is notoriously cheap - Most of the older staff has no familiarity of business outside of Arc'teryx

      Arc'teryx2015-10-02

    Other Employee Reviews

    1. "Easy going, great employee discount"

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      Current Employee - Sale Associate in Aurora, IL
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook
      No opinion of CEO

      I have been working at Arc'teryx part-time for more than a year

      Pros

      Employee discount was amazing. Didn't work time, it was a college job, so I'm not sure about health benefits. Pay was competitive. Easy going staff and managers.

      Cons

      Company liked to overstaff the floor

      Arc'teryx2019-05-17
    2. "Key holder"

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      Current Employee - Key Holder 
      Doesn't Recommend
      Neutral Outlook
      No opinion of CEO

      I have been working at Arc'teryx full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      Great in-store team/manager, amazing products & prodeals.

      Cons

      We don’t work for Arc’teryx, we work for Amer and often get conflicting goals from higher-ups visiting which makes our jobs difficult to achieve. Pay is below the market, only FT employees get benefits, so hourly employees turn over frequently.

      Advice to Management

      Be consistent with the messages you deliver (ex: visual expectations). Invest more in your retail employees and teams, don’t cut things like holiday gifts first to manage expenses.

      Arc'teryx2019-03-01

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