It sucks. Not a very good observation team going on there.
Pay & benefits
You’ll figure out how bad the actual system is if you decide to be employed by them.
Job security and advancement
The training is good but only lasts for about 3-4 hours. It isn’t enough to fully be emerged into the company or job selection. Further more they don’t observe your progress and fail to acknowledge anyone who successfully preforms their tasks. They look the other way but if you mess up on your second day for instance? You’ll get terminated on the SPOT. I’ve witnessed it 3 times.
The management is complete garbage. They don’t follow guidelines as to respecting an employees well being or time of working. They fail to acknowledge yours needs or cons as an employee. You can’t rely on the managers for anything if needed.
Some of the other employees are great! Some of the rest of them are stiff and rude or “unenthusiastic”, if you will. The energy is there but it’s not a good energy you’d want in a work place. Specially having people breathing down your neck when you’re oure trying to work hard and complete your tasks.
This is not worth it if you’re in need of a ride or bus fair. I don’t personally take transit but for those that did got fired on the spot on there second day just for being less than 10 minutes late because of their transit issues regarding the bus. The management sucks 100%. They’re is no room for failure in your first 2 days! This
Free snacks and drinks, lower than avg warehouse pay. Good benefits/pto accrual, leadership is mostly terrible.
When they first opened it was too good to be true. It stayed that way for a while but eventually the company went public and everything went downhill immediately after.
Numbers numbers numbers. That's all that matters. They will care about you and your life if they like you or you're highly productive, but if neither of those things are the case... you're an expected number and that's it.
They very strongly push their culture and values, but the leadership does in incredibly poor job of following it themselves. It's a 'Do what I say, not what I do' environment on the daily.
If you have aspirations of advancing - it is definitely possible. You've got to at least have minimum metrics met daily and brown nose every leader in the building constantly and never upset them.
If you can show up and be fake AF happy and hit goal daily you'll pretty much be left alone, you'll get pretty solid benefits on day one, and 10 paid holidays a year + 120 hours of pto earned per year. If you hit goal but you're unhappy, they will routinely be on you about having a bad energy - which kind of amplifies the situation instead of calming it.
It's not a bad place to be if you can completely ignore the nepotism, favoritism, poor management, and less than average pay in exchange for some honey buns or chips and soda or coffee. If you have really any self respect at all, I have to suggest you really think hard about looking into working here. I mean, there is a reason there is literally the third ma
ProsFree snacks in the breakroom, Provide a catered meal once a month, Benefits day one, You can listen to music and basically ignore everything if you can be a drone
ConsManagement is fake, You're just a number unless you're well liked from leadership, Blatant nepotism and favoritism.
You were meant to stand upright, not bent to kiss butt
I wouldn’t recommend this place even if I didn’t like you. The outbound and returns leadership is as big of a joke as the people and culture department. You ask for assistance from the p&c about management, they talk with them to assess the situation, only to blame you for everything. The men in charge there, if you can refer to them as that, they send the females to handle the disputes. It doesn’t even make you wonder about them. They stand all day and talk about the plans for the weekend and gossip at the lunch table about the associates. They do not believe in keeping things private. When we have deadlines, they ask for help rather than getting up and helping us complete the job. I guess if you can kiss the upper management’s butt, you’ll get ahead, while the actual worker, they are dismissed.
BAD VIBES,WICKED WAYS,DO AS I SAY ..DONT ORRIE ABOUT WHAT I DO ATTITUDE
NEVER WORKED AT A JOB WERE THERE WAS A PHONE.NEVER WORKED AT A JOB WERE DON'T TALK TO THERE EMPLOYERS,NEVER BEEN TO. JOB WERE THEY ONLY CLAP FOR THEMSELVES AND NOT THE WORKERS..NEVER BEEN TO A JOB WHEN IF YOU GIVE THEM FEED BACK THEY USE IT AGAINST YOU.NEVER EVER BEEN TO A JOB WHEN U HAVE LEADS AND SUPERVISORS THAT DON'T KNOW THE JOB BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW IT. ITS LIKE THERE APPOINTED THESE POSITIONS WITHOUT ANY EXPERIENCE .
I LEARNED A LOT ABOUT THIS COMPANY OVER 4 YEARS .OUR CULTURE HAS CHANGED COMPLETELY AS PER THE MANAGER ,HE SAID THATS 1 THING HE CARES ABOUT THE MOST.PEOPLE HAVE GOTTEN FIRED FORTHE DUMEST THINGS THAT MOST OF LEADERSHIP DOES.IM SORRY TO BORE THE READER BUT I SEE IT AND ITS NOT HEALTHY FOR NO-ONE
Typical work day as a freight handler, sorting and opening all freight, too much freight not enough processors. Management is a hit and miss, some supervisors willing to help and educate with any and all situations. As far as team leads go, haven't came across one that meets Wikipedia definition! Not one team lead will teach nor off help to struggling employees. They talk a good game with culture, but it has nothing to do with culture. It's a very passive aggressive place to be. Orientation is a joke, what they say is way different from the actual work environment. Hardest part of my job, is to watch all the people above associate do NOTHING! Best part, let you know when I find out myself...
This was my first time working at a warehouse. I was a temp. The atmosphere can be very negative. Alot of the employees have attitudes and are hard to get to know. It seems like management changes policies and rules very often. I did see favoritism, which is not fair to the employess that work hard. Lots of Drama. Adults should act like adults, not childish brats. The amount of insubordination I saw was amazing. These people would have been fired somewhere else. Not very flexible when it comes to family situations and your schedule. You'll get nowhere there if they don't like you. Free snacks are great, but not worth working there.
Hot. Long hours in Texas summers. Good job for people out of high school. Too much gossip and cliques. Managers only had their backs. Office management acted snobbish. They had a employee shop when I was there but office employees would get first dibs and clear out the good things. If you need flexibility in scheduling, this is not the place. I had to leave 30 minutes earlier than my shift to make it to school on time and I had to use my pto EVERYDAY because they would not approve me making it up on my off day or coming earlier. They had fans like 5 rotating around, you had to get there early for one and hope no one stole it while you were on lunch or break.
The pay is only 12hr but they work you like your lucky to be there.
There is no job security unless your willing to have relations with the management
Ive been at this company for 2 years no raise no promotions no “good job” they give us snacks and feel like it’s compensation for pay
The pickers are treated like field slaves
The packers are a messy group pregnant high schoolers
This company has a lot of colorism also
Great place for temporary work the amount of diversity and personality the warehouse exerts really makes working here worth while. The management is interactive with the employees and are always open to ideas inquiring change to productivity. The hardest part about the job is it can get very boring at times because it is repetitive work.
ProsFree snacks, 45 min lunch, no operation on sunday
Stay away from this company! They do not care about you as a person. You are just a number that is easily replaceable. No raise in 3 years but expect us to do more work. Management does not care about anyone except themselves and their pay check. Management got a raise but not the employees that actually do the work. They have unlimited vacation time while we earn one day a month. It's a modern day sweat shop, literally.
Questions And Answers about Stitch Fix
How often do you get a raise at Stitch Fix?
Asked Sep 24, 2021
Every 6 months
Answered Sep 11, 2022
Answered Sep 7, 2022
What is the best part of working at the company?
Asked Dec 11, 2019
I appreciate the employee engagement they have at Stitch Fix. The work may be tasking, but they do their best to engage their people. I love that.
Answered Feb 24, 2023
Scheduling is flexible, but that’s honestly it. They micromanage their hourly employees to bits.
Answered Jun 27, 2022
What is a typical day like for you at the company?
Asked Aug 2, 2020
Pretty easy going but has slowed way down
Answered Jun 9, 2023
Very busy dealing with. Clothes everything is timed and Supervisiors consently watching your every move even counts how many times you use the restroom and how long you been in there
Answered May 29, 2023
What is the promotion process like at Stitch Fix?
Asked Oct 19, 2020
Two interviews then a project
Answered Sep 4, 2022
Good performance and no attendance issue
Answered Aug 29, 2022
How did you get your first interview at Stitch Fix?
Asked Jul 22, 2016
I got my interview by applying online and submitting a cover letter. The job requires you not only to know fashion, but to be able to communicate clearly with your clients, so writing skills are important.
Answered Aug 29, 2020
Present yourself well and courteous. Be truthful, honest and too the point.