Overall Reviews at Stitch Fix
Packer | Bath, PA | Apr 23, 2019
management was not good
Management wasn't good. They gave out rules but didn't listen to them. Favoritism was very big and very unfair. The more work you put it, they didn't care to a person who didn't do their job very badly and just stood around chatting.
Customer Specialist | Remote | Mar 31, 2020
Good remote job but not much upward mobility
Setting your own daily/weekly schedule and it being a remote position are the best parts of the job. You'll spend all of the hours in your workday styling and checking the occasional email. The company has good communication all the way around. Very focused on your metrics and client feedback.
Quality Control Supervisor | Dallas, TX | Jul 3, 2019
good working environment,
I enjoyed working there and met some good people while I worked there. In receiving where I worked at there was a set goal to but not to hard to achieve.
Merchandising Specialist | Bethlehem, PA | Jul 7, 2018
Stitch fix is a fake dream
If a manager at stitch fix doesn’t like you they will eventually find a way to get you fired. I was fired for no reason and was under high amounts of stress and pregnant. I was a hard worker and did my job better than anyone else and was set up to be fired.
Warehouse Supervisor | Dallas, TX | May 19, 2020
Great place to work
Great place to work
Great work life balance
Great work place
Great people to work with
Most enjoyable part of the job are the people
Management is enjoyable
Stylist | Sacramento, CA | Mar 6, 2020
They have been a great innovative, growing, kind, hard working company to work with. Their focus on feedback shows. I appreciate that. As a remote stylist, it’s highly focused work on the computer. Creativity and ingenuity and relationship building is paramount in this position. Challenging but flexible and constant evolving! Highly recommend!
Warehouse Worker | San Francisco, CA | Feb 13, 2020
team work and creativity and innovation
· Processing and quality control incoming returned items from clients.
· Bin returned apparel and accessories back into inventory.
· Create new tags for any returned item without any labels.
Customer Service Representative | Dallas, TX | Aug 29, 2019
StitchFix I would describe as a demanding and fast paste Job. You learn so many different things that by the time you realize you have hit goal, you are have reached beyond what the company excepted for you to accomplish.
Customer Service Representative | San Francisco, CA | Apr 14, 2019
Stitch Fix is an amazing company and I loved my time there. Like any SF e-commerce startup there are always growing pains, specifically related to a work life balance. It was worth it while I was there and I wish I would have stuck it out. The only reason I left was to focus on being a full time mom.
Conswork life balance
Customer Service Representative | Austin, TX | Jan 14, 2019
It's not a longterm career
Management was a turn-off. The way the company chose to structure management was a turn-off. Coworkers were amazing. Pay was alright. Wouldn't recommend over all, issues with management outweighs anything that company did right.
ProsFree lunch once a week