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7 days ago

Assistant Manager - Camden

Urban Outfitters United Kingdom +2 locations

At UO we are determined to become bigger and better than ever! With 45 stores across the UK, and Europe, we have our eyes firmly set on global… TotalJobs.co.uk


24 days ago

Free People PR Intern - Student Only - October

Urban Outfitters London, England

All of our internships are unpaid. However, we do offer our amazing discount 40% of regular priced apparel and accessories, and 25% of all regular… TotalJobs.co.uk


5 days ago

Menswear Department Manager - Kensington

Urban Outfitters United Kingdom +2 locations

Our role:We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Menswear Department Manager to join our team within our stunning Kensington store… TotalJobs.co.uk


4 days ago

Menswear Department Manager - White

Urban Outfitters United Kingdom +2 locations

Our role:We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Menswear Department Manager to join our team within our stunning White City store… TotalJobs.co.uk


12 days ago

Deputy Department Managers - Oxford Street

Urban Outfitters United Kingdom +2 locations

At UO we are determined to become bigger and better than ever! With 42 stores across the UK, and Europe, we have our eyes firmly set on global… TotalJobs.co.uk


19 days ago

Store Manager - Leicster

Urban Outfitters Leicester, England

Our role:We currently have a once in a lifetime (well almost) opportunity for a Store Manager to lead our loveable team in Leicester. Commercially… TotalJobs.co.uk


11 days ago

Women's Accessories Department Manager - Flagship Store Oxford Street

Urban Outfitters United Kingdom +2 locations

Our role:We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Women's Accessories Manager to join our team within our stunning Oxford Street store… TotalJobs.co.uk


15 days ago

Assistant Buyer - Knitwear & Sweaters

Urban Outfitters London, England

Here at Urban Outfitters we're expanding extremely quickly with 44 stores currently across the UK and Europe, a hugely successful website and we are… TotalJobs.co.uk


24 days ago

eCommerce Intern - Students Only - October start

Urban Outfitters London, England

Main purpose of the eCommerce intern is to assist the European eCommerce team in their daily duties. eCommerce is a fast growing area in the online… TotalJobs.co.uk


19 days ago

Menswear Department Manager - Covent Garden

Urban Outfitters United Kingdom +2 locations

Our role:We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Menswear Department Manager to join our team within our stunning Covent Garden store… TotalJobs.co.uk


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    Horrific. Managers were two-faced, incredibly patronising and rude.

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in London, England
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in London, England

    I worked at Urban Outfitters full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I enjoyed the team environment - other sales associates were all brilliant to work with and it was a very enjoyable and sociable atmosphere for anybody wanting to work in retail on a shop floor. Rota designed so that employees had a varied day and were not stuck in the same position for too long.

    Cons

    Management were the worst I have ever come across. They were often breathing down our necks, talked down to us, and if you were not a favourite, day-to-day working life there could be made very hard for you.
    There was a strong culture of nepotism - if you were a close mate of a manager you could get away with anything, such as being late, even missing a day of work without good reason...On the other hand if you weren't seen like that in their eyes, you were vilified for clocking in 2 minutes after your start time. Ridiculous.

    I got on very well with other members of the team on my level but was routinely purposely ignored and dismissed by managers. Even wrote a letter of complaint to Head Office after I left the company (which was unanswered) as managers actually broke the terms of my contract.

    Their behaviour was so immoral I was compelled to give this rating. We were all on zero hours contracts.The hours were long and we were never given rewards or praise. This is a disgraceful company which does not value its employees at all.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You exploit your workers and their welfare is lowest on your list of priorities.
    Address everything - the way you treat staff, fairness and equality, the wages, benefits. It needs a complete overhaul.

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