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.
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.
Vacation/ paid days off depending on how many shifts you do. However, I lost all of mine as managers never showed many people how to do it. However, a few employee discounts on Abercrombie and Fitch website I.e cinema perks, flights, health, technology ( some useful than others)
The staff discount was good. There were no additional benefits and no specific rewards for amount of effort and hard work put in
as a part time employee in the uk you do not receive any benefits or packages. It is easy to submit your availability and swap shifts etc.
There is no benefits package whatsoever unless you count holiday pay and a 20% discount excluding sale.
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