IT PAYS TO STAY
We have an internal reward program called the H&M Incentive Program, HIP. Our aim is to encourage and reward our employees’ everyday commitment and long-term involvement. The longer you stay with us, the more you will receive. It’s that simple, and works the same for everyone throughout the H&M group, in all countries, regardless of position, salary, or contract of employment.
All H&M group employees are entitled to a discount when shopping at any of our brands – online and in stores worldwide. Enjoy!
The money is veeery good compared to the so called luxury brands dune , Next etc
25% staff discount at H&M Group stores (monki, & other stories, cheap monday etc), sometimes get extra hours and overtime pay is good, also get paid holidays.
Employees get 25% off at H&M and other h&m groups: Monki, COS, Weekday, & other stories, even on sale items and free delivery
Generous staff discount which applies to all retailers in the H&M Group e.g Monki, & Other Stories, Weekday, COS. Pension scheme. Private health care for management. Sabbatical option after 5 years of working with company. Generous amount of annual leave, varies depending on position within company. Eg management get more holiday entitlement than sales advisers.
25 % store discount. Very un achievable sales incentive, therefore it is no incentive at all.
25% discount. Often discount can be used in conjunction with student discount. Every so often given 50% off. After a while you are entitled to 5o% sometimes even 75% off collaboration and limited edition items
Staff discount is offered. Can't think of any bad.
I did not receive a benefits package when I was employed at H&M. I was not made aware that there was one. I am not sure if this was because I was 16 at the time and only part time.
25% staff discount, holidays & sick pay counted according to contract hours.
would work towards incentive which meant staff bonuses if achieved ... when working towards a goal if achieved staff get treats which was a nice perk to the job
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.