Hollister Co. Employee Reviews about "minimum wage"
62% would recommend to a friend
(519 total reviews)
76% approve of CEO
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Updated Nov 29, 2023
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- "Flexible hours but you have to go through weeks of shadowing other people's schedule." (in 503 reviews)
- "They were really great people to work with and there is a nice social aspect as everyone is around a similar age." (in 497 reviews)
- "The coworkers are nice and just trying to make a buck and will help you." (in 269 reviews)
- "flexible schedule (can switch with others colleagues) Good place to start working People are very nice" (in 158 reviews)
- "Hollister is a fun work environment that have very young managers who are very understanding and cool." (in 151 reviews)
- "Pay is low and the only way to move up is to get a college degree." (in 762 reviews)
- "Managers rude and very unhelpful" (in 451 reviews)
- "bad management and not flexible" (in 385 reviews)
- "Minimum wage and not enough hours on slower weeks (4 hrs each week)." (in 196 reviews)
- "Overall the impactors do more work than the models and they both get paid the same minimum wage across the board." (in 133 reviews)
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- 1.0Mar 11, 2022Stock AssociateFormer Employee
Did not need work experience.
Worked there for a few years in the Liverpool store and honestly don't know why I stayed there that long. 0 hours contract system was terrible with rotas put out so last minute and we were definitely overworked for minimum wage. Management could be passive aggressive also.
- 4.0Oct 27, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
flexible work schedule, relaxed environment, great entry level position
minimum wage pay and no raise no matter how long you've been employed with the company
- 4.0Oct 4, 2016Stock AssociateCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLiverpool, England
Flexible working hours, choose what days you want and can work, ability to swap and cover colleagues shifts when need to. Overall a fun environment to work in. Many associates are young so it is perfect if you are looking for extra income while studying at school or university. 50% discount every season for associates.
0 hour contract therefore cannot be fully relied on for income. Maximum of 4/5 hour shifts but sometimes 2 hour shifts are given which are not worth it as it is minimum wage.
- 4.0Mar 27, 2022Brand RepresentativeFormer Employee, less than 1 yearColumbia, SC
Easy and great work environment, flexible hours, and good discounts
Starting pay was minimum wage and there was no chance of a raise outside of a promotion
- 3.0Oct 21, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearHouston, TX
flexibility; good for making friends
minimum wage pay and being forced to say awkward things to customers as they enter the store1
- 4.0Aug 11, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Casual wear, 50% discount on clothes and get to make a lot of friends with your coworkers
the pay is minimum wage $7.25 and wasn’t worth the work you out in especially long shifts
- 3.0May 17, 2019Brand RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearBrighton, England
50% off clothes in store
Minimum wage and could only work 4 hours a day and 3 days a week max as was so overstaffed. No chance to grow in the business unless managers like you and choose you to apply for a manager when one of them leaves. Very cliquey
- 3.0Jan 7, 2021Brand RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSaint Pete, FL
Discount on clothes at the store and some food locations inside the mall.
Few hours due to the amount of new hiring and paid minimum wage with no raises.
- 3.0Apr 14, 2021Brand RepresentativeFormer Employee
There are really no pros to working at Hollister.
The pay is minimum wage with barely any room to move up and receive raises. The work is a lot more demanding than it may seem, and definitely not worth the pay. Some managers are stuck up and rude.
- 3.0Sep 14, 2016Sales AssociateFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsRiverside, CA
Great first job, management was always friendly, flexible hours for people who go to school.
Minimum wage and not enough hours on slower weeks (4 hrs each week).