Hollister was good to work when you are young as you could swap and change shifts with people if you couldn't do it. It was a fun place and chilled place to work there.
The best perk to working at Hollister Co. was the employee discount on clothing (50%), apart from that the benefits were minimal for a part time worker.
The best perk was just the employee discount on the clothing and the ability to get a job in another company linked to hollister if wanted (e.g. Abercrombie).
The uniform is 50 percent off and get 25 percent off general store discount
1. Benefit hours added to your employee account depending on the amount of hours you work. i.e. every 10 hours worked, the company adds 1 hour to your account which can then be claimed when needed as holiday pay. 2. 50% discount on new lines for limited period of time.
holidays are average amount, i didn't get much other information on benefits package, HR are basically non existent to retail staff with no communication so its hard to find out what these are
Number of days of paid leave is calculated from the number of hours you've worked. 5/10 items for 50% off each month, employee card is required for every purchase. Normally 20% off but doesn't count on sale items. Great online benefit systems which includes discounted cinema tickets etc. Everyone is on 0 hour contract unless you're a manager.
You get 50% off uniform but is still expensive and just a way for the company to take back money
You are given lots of sales items
best thing is the discount, you get five items a month at half price. worst thing is that you only get a ten minute break every 5 hours of work.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.