- 5.0Jun 27, 2018Remote Stitch Fix StylistCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAustin, TX
Flexible, easy, professional development if you are looking to grow within the company. They are always hiring stylist and have high turnover so if you like it then you have job security.
Must work at least 15 hours a week. If you work full time, it can be hard to do 15 additional hours every week of part time work. Available inventory affects the enjoyment and ease of the job. Stylists start at $14 an hour and goes to $15 after a year.8
- 2.0Oct 22, 2023StylistCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
-You get to make your own schedule
-There's a pay cap after working for a few years. Pay for stylists hasn't increased in a couple of years now despite being asked to style more and faster. Someone who has been there 10 years will be making the same as someone who is fairly new. -You have to reach strict goal metrics every week aka styling a certain amount, how much clients keep from you, etc. There can be numerous things that affect these each week like inventory, the site breaking, etc., but that is never taken into account. If you fall below metrics, your lead will put you on a plan. Micromanaging is an issue with lots of leads. -Their website breaks frequently. You are never paid for the downtime, just asked to move your hours back even if it's on a Friday. -Inventory 90% of the time is awful with little to choose from and repeat styles from previous years. This again will affect your metrics which you will be blamed for when the client is not happy with their pieces. -There is no growth in the company and doesn't appear to be likely in the future. Stylists were basically told if you don't like this fact then you can leave. -You are given very little time to complete a Fix which continues to be decreased every year. This leaves no time to actually dive into a client's profile and learn their preferences. -Lots of layoffs, so future of company looks grim