Overall Reviews at Abercrombie & Fitch
Brand Representative | La Jolla, CA | Nov 5, 2019
learned communication skills with management, coworkers and customers. Day to day responsibilities consisted of cleaning, organizing, working with customers
Sales Associate | Leesburg, VA | May 9, 2018
You are heavily involved with engaging with customers and have to be quick on your feet when problems occur. You do a bit of everything from handling the customers at the cash register, giving advice, tending to newly arrived merchandise, and fixing the store.
ProsGood discount, very friendly environment
Project Manager | Columbus, OH | Feb 4, 2020
Positive values. ...
Relaxed and productive atmosphere. ...
Commitment to excellence. ...
Open and honest communication. ...
Cooperation, support, and empowerment. ...
Sense of humor. ...
Compassion, respect, and understanding. ...
Brand Representative | West Palm Beach, FL | Aug 22, 2019
A job that will wear you out
When it comes to Abercrombie and Fitch, it defiently isn't a job placement that I would recommend. Yo are not guaranteed hours, are overworked when you do have hours. One unisex bathroom that is also a supply room (rarely ever cleaned). There is no break rooms, typically a 6 hour shift gains you a 30 minute break, 8hour+ shifts you get 1hour. The microwave and mini fridge are places right by the bathroom door and also never cleaned.
Mangers can be really dismissive and rude (not talking to you directly when you are standing right infant of them). Going above and beyond is pointless, you might swell do a half-assed job as managers take credit for your work. You are, back stock, brand rep, cleaner, merchandiser, chaser, inventory, order filler/packer, security , trainer, lighting, loss prevention and more all at the same time while been paid below minimum wage.
ProsMajority of the time you'll work with some decent people, dress code is not strict
Consminimum wage, short breaks, no break room, not guaranteed hours, bad management, unhygienic
Brand Representative | New York, NY | Jun 11, 2018
Great place to gain experience
Abercrombie and Fitch is a wonderful place to gain experience in customer service. They are very flexible with hours and hire numerous associates. Overall it is maybe a 6 on a scale of 10.
Consnot enough hours for part time associates
Retail Customer Service Representative | Portland, OR | Oct 25, 2018
Poor experience working for company
I was forced to buy my own uniform, they did not provide it for me. Had to pay for our own parking. Management was young and didn't provide much information. Decent job for straight out of high school students.
Data Entry Clerk | New Albany, OH | Jul 12, 2018
Over the 14 years I was employed, I went from a first time warehouse worker to an experienced inventory control specialist. I was a trainer in both of my home departments & a backup lead.I worked successfully with other associates to problem solve and develop new more cost effective ways to complete tasks.The hardest part of my job was the lack of communication of changes that occurred within the company. I enjoyed the ability to work in a department that allowed the associates to problem solve & communicate with other departments to put solutions into practice.The management teams put stock into our opinions & considered our experience when communicating with others . Many of the supervisors were understanding & easy to get communicate with concerning work issues.
Proslow cost insurance, associate appreciation days, paid time off
Constoo much variation in hours, no incentives for long term employees vs. extra incentives for new hires
Stocking Associate | Tukwila, WA | Jun 4, 2018
Fun and constantly meet new people!
Abercrombie was pretty calm, every manager kind of had a set of their own employees. older employees sometimes wouldn't get along with new management and management starts letting people go and hiring their own crew. other than that, it is pretty okay to work at for a part-time or side job. for the most part, everyone is pretty friendly and a lot friendlier than they have been in the past.
Weekend Supervisor | Columbus, OH | May 20, 2019
Do not Apply if you are not White or Do not Belong to the LBGT community
This culture is very passive aggressive and the company allows the leaders to pick and choose favorites. The favorites is usually picked by how well you can play corn hole.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Valencia, CA | Dec 17, 2019
Overall Good Experience and Convenient
There is usually an abercrombie and fitch at every local mall so finding a job there or asking for a transfer was very easy. I worked there in 2013 when minimum wage was about $8.00/hr so the money wasnt great but it helped. Relaxed environment.