UNIQLO

Working at UNIQLO: Company Overview and Reviews

UNIQLO
UNIQLO
3.3
990 reviews
UNIQLO Ratings
3.3
Average rating of 990 reviews on Indeed
3.0Work-Life Balance
3.0Pay & Benefits
3.1Job Security & Advancement
2.8Management
3.3Culture
Headquarters
88 Crosby, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10012
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Retail

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 Average SalarySalary Range
7 salaries reported
$16.00
per hour
$8.00-$24.05
6 salaries reported
$20.83
per hour
$7.80-$38.00
21 salaries reported
$22.36
per hour
$11.15-$33.55
3 salaries reported
$17.50
per hour
$8.75-$26.70
21 salaries reported
$21.43
per hour
$10.70-$32.40
Salary Satisfaction
59%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 1048 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

UNIQLO Reviews

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Overall Reviews at UNIQLO

1.0
Assistant Manager | New York, NY | May 3, 2021
Not recommended for long-term growth... or mental health
Pros - You'd meet some of the best people and make life-long connections... SOME. - You'd be able to see what you can and cannot handle, identify your strength and weaknesses, or what you are NOT WILLING to deal with. - Benefits - because it is an international company - Very structured so it's easy to learn from the get go, if you're willing - Structured promotion opportunities - quarterly for associates & bi-annually for managers Cons - Micromanagement style - you're expected to work to exhaustion, in store & in corporate, especially if you WFH currently, expect 10-11+ hour days, no lunch breaks, & some work on weekends - Zero work-life balance. You'd have a little if you're lucky enough to have an understanding manager -Working environment (in stores & HQ) does not follow company values & standards, ironically you are supposed to memorized them. - Senior managements are more managers than leaders, also EXTREMELY contradicting - They say will say there are opportunities for growth (esp. in interviews) but you'll only get it if you'll willing to suck-up and don't have an opinion (for corporate & west coast store operations, east coast is a little bit better). So if you want to be a mindless follower, you'll be promoted. - If senior management sees you as "difficult", meaning you voice concerns, suggest ideas for improvement, or stand up for yourself and your team/store, you'll be ignored for promotion or for their expats, sent back to their home country. -HR team is okay...
Prosmedical insurance, some great co-workers, growth (associate-ASM level)
Conswork/life balance, biased managers/directors (west coast), no growth (ASM & above, unless less you suck up to managers/directors [also west coast])
3.0
Retail Sales Associate | Los Angeles, CA | Mar 6, 2019
Great job if you love retail
Honestly first 3 months I was there I sort of hated it, and then I ended up liking more than I thought I would but despite that I don't think I would work retail again. This job is incredibly fast paced, and you always have to be on. This was very different from any place I've ever worked. For a retail job, its kind of strict and demanding. First dress code, you need to have plain clothing no patterns no logos with the exception of flannel, plaid, gingham, houndstooth ( but it cant be busy pattern). Basic colors are allowed as long as its not bright or neon or color blocking. I had to buy clothing because I own nothing but happy bright colors which was not an issue at my previous job, which I worked in an office and dress code was business casual. I would have preferred for them to assign uniforms honestly. Felt kinda isolated and lonely when I first started especially if I wasn't scheduled to work with fellow new hires, people weren't mean but not super friendly either, they stuck to their friends. Once they knew me this all changed and I made friends with people who had beed working there for years. Uniqlo has very high standards on floor presentation and maintenance. They expect a lot from workers and I feel like this can be unrealistic sometimes especially once the floor gets busy. They want perfection at the end of the night: size order, neat folded piles, go backs processed, clean floor, etc. All of this done within one or two hours depending on time allotte
Prosflexible schedule, can move up fast
Conslong shifts, strict dress code, lack of communication, minimal training, dirty
1.0
Sales Associate | New York, NY | Oct 23, 2019
Extremely insulting and tiring hostile work environment
I'm a college student that started working at Uniqlo maybe a month or so ago and it has already dissatisfied me extremely. I'm rather observant, and the company will lie to you at interviews about the growth you're able to make, it's all fake. There's no room for promotion unless you're favorited which is rare because managers are super strict about doing everything the 'Uniqlo' way. I don't even know where to start. Management has been the absolute worse. They target hiring college students but when you are hired, they won't let you change your schedule for school purposes- even at desperate times. They're rude and playoff your issues and act like they are busy when they're mainly just chatting with each other in an office all day. I have only worked there for a short amount of time and have already had them miss a day on my paycheck and another one of my paychecks was late two weeks. Although I personally may have not needed the money- some people rely on this job to provide for bills and it's highly unprofessional. They will blame issues on the system when it's their own fault, but still, expect us to put 100% on work when they can't even compensate their employees on time. Managers also have a huge issue with communication with one another and you could be placed doing something else other then what's on your schedule just to be complained later by another manager asking you why you were there when it wasn't planned. Managers develop a petty attitude, I guess it comes
2.0
Cashier/Sales | New York, NY | Oct 14, 2020
The good, bad and the ugly
Got this job because of school. Most the employees are fellow college students who must endure the stress this job will give you. A typical day at the flagship store is long and busy filled with tourist undoing every single stack you just folded which is typical retail but this place, man just overdoes it. 1. The interview is done in group. They sit you down and start asking where you see yourself in 5 years etc. Followed by group orientation where they basically tell you everyone even your coworkers can be shoplifters. This is the most stressed part of the orientation. 2. Now onto the hardest most stressful part of the job. You have closing/opening meetings every single shift. You must scream their phrases and memorize them by heart or else you will be singled out. You must remember the color charts and the cut of the clothes. You must carry your pouch and name tag, the dress code is basically anything they sell. Said pouch will be randomly inspected for your phone lol. You will be assigned what time you start but forget about what time you leave because you can be there till 2 am regardless if your done with your assigned area. If there is still a whole bunch of stuff undone, you will be forced to stay until its finished and it can be bins and bins of clothes, while your other coworkers who are cooler with management have left hours ago. Those bins and bins of clothes MUST be folded with their techniques or else you will have to refold them again. If you ever gone to a Uniq
ProsEmployee discount, hour break
ConsWork ethic, unrealistic expectations, no set job description
2.0
Sales Associate | New York, NY | Jul 25, 2019
Fare warning for anyone considering applying
Let me start off with this: Pros: 30% discount, great friends you can make. You'll also be able to have a variety of work experience. Thats' it. Now allow me to enlighten you through the eyes of a worker. Disclaimer: If you absolutely need a job, then apply. A job is a job. However, if possible you can do absolutely better. Cons (There is quite a numerous amount): I won't even list I'll just go ham in regards to description. For starters, without going too much into info, it started off decently. Last year you made more than minimum wage. Now you make minimum, well rather you start off that way. You get promoted every 3 months however if you don't sell your soul to your managers/the company as a whole. In fact, you'll be lucky enough to even get to A3 in an entire year. Not much room for going up you'll more than likely end up quitting due to not caring anymore, finding another job or just find yourself stuck in an endless cycle of working above and beyond just to appease customers which 95% of the time don't care of your existence, and upper management that only sees you as yet another cog in the machine which powers their paycheck, only because despite your intense dislike for the job it provides you with some money in your pocket. Only people that benefit from this are clearly the ones on top, along with the very few no-lives you'll work with that will work 40+ hours a week just to have a fat bank account, sacrificing physical, emotional and even menta
1.0
Sales Associate | San Jose, CA | Nov 10, 2015
Great products, bad management
It's hard to tell if it was just the store managers or the whole company, but it was probably a mix of both. The store and assistant managers were all very young and inexperienced, like they hired anyone who was willing to follow their dogmatic work culture. When they had something to criticize you about, it was in a cold, sharp way and they really do treat you like robots. You're expected to hand out bags and recite the daily goal to the exact dollar as if those are useful metrics by themselves in increasing sales numbers and then when you don't make goal as a store (there are no individual metrics) you're made to feel like it's your fault. There was never any, "Let's do our best guys!" but rather, "Making our goals is how we pay you guys" and "If you don't like the way we do things, there's this thing called a door." They would also have this sense of urgency to sell products, but while they would want you to have the daily goals and the products to focus on written on a notepad by the time you started there was no training on actual products. There were no computers to do research or handouts about those particular products. They had plenty of handouts on the details and rankings of messiness though. The scheduling was also incredibly unstable. I'm not sure if that was just the culture or the inexperience of the managers. Based on store goals, my hours would go from 28 one week, to 4, to 14 other weeks. I'm sure that's okay if you're a high school student who lives a
3.0
Sales Associate | New York, NY | Sep 4, 2015
An Alright Place to Work
Although it wasn't my first job, this was my first retail job. Overall, I personally did enjoy my time working for UNIQLO, but it definitely is NOT FOR EVERYONE. If you are looking for a laid back retail experience, this is not the company for you. Since this is a Japanese company, there are numbers and numbers of rules and regulations. This company is very detail oriented. You cannot do simple things such as lean on a fixture. When you're on downtime with no customers or anything to do, you are required to be doing something. If a supervisor or manager sees you not doing anything, you get in trouble. You are always supposed to look like you're busy. If you're not folding clothes, or helping a customer, you have to go around and clean all the fixtures, top to bottom. Don't expect to have free time to do something else during down time. Also, this isn't true for every location, but they tell you that you cannot speak to your friends/co-workers when on the floor. I've worked with many people who got this as a first job, and I've seen them quit literally a few weeks after because it just is not for everyone. When you start working and begin training, they tell you about all the opportunities for advancement and promotions, however it is not easy to get them. You have to be evaluated, of course, but I have seen people working since the beginning not get a raise, ever. I'm not saying that it's impossible to get a raise, but the way they present this information
ConsNot very fun
3.0
Client Advisor | London, OH | Feb 1, 2014
A UNIQUE experience.
The first time I step foot into the store I was full of awe and from that moment I was longing for a job in UNIQLO. After passing the never ending interviews, I had finally secured a position as a Customer Advisor. Working for UNIQLO has definitely been a challenge and has been more than I had anticipated. Opening shifts start at 07:00 which gave me hardly any time to arrive, put my belongings in the locker and quickly scribble down the sales target, top five items, the Hanbai and get a lecture on average basket quantity and how basket quantity helps figures.... (yawn) Starting of as a Christmas temp rookie meant that the manager in charge of the rota would give all the cleaning to the rookies... everyday. My time spent in UNIQLO consisted largely on cleaning, where for two months I was hoovering the same floor and forced to pick tiny dustballs which basically reproduce every second. One of the things that inspired me about the store was the fact it allowed people to grow and become more confident. As a shy person being forced to smile 24/7 and being over the top friendly was out of my comfort zone however although I felt as I was improving, I felt management overlooked my effort. Working in UNIQLO I felt everything was disciplined where staff at one point were given discussions over missing number tags from the fitting room and were given more grief than gratitude. A part of the job I really enjoyed and one of the reasons I carried on with the job were my colleagues w
ProsColleagues, Development of work ethic
ConsBias Management, Never ending cleaning, Tough work environment
1.0
Sales Associate | San Francisco, CA | Aug 26, 2019
A job to have if you have no life outside of work.
Very demanding job! I wouldn't recommend it because there's only so much that one person could do! They overwork and assign so many tasks that you have to do in a very short amount of time. Managers lack a lot of communication! Sometimes many managers don't follow the daily role of their associates on the schedule and assigns repeated tasks the entire day. For example, you can be hosting at the fitting room for maybe 4 hours of your shift because they keep on giving the same tasks in a day when managers have their favoritism on associates. The morning shifts have unnecessary morning meetings because we reiterate the same stuff over and over to give maximum sales and customer service, but there isn't much of a noticeable improvement. If you have a closing shift, then good luck going home around midnight! You will have to stay longer than employee's closing shift... ALMOST 2 HOURS after store closed. The interview was useless because once you submit an application, an interview is needed for professional purposes, but honestly it's understaffed every time and it's almost as if you're automatically hired because they need the people! I'M BEGGING YOU NOT TO APPLY HERE! You have to be a total perfectionist and a freak for loving the demanding aspects of this company!!! NOT FLEXIBLE WITH HOURS, especially if you are a college student. I can safely say that I am more stressed at work, than I am studying for exams and writing long essays at school. More work than time outside of work
Pros401k, health benefits, Paid-time-off (PTO), and an hour lunch break
ConsVery poor management, inflexible hours; work until you die, stressful demands for one person, and easy-hire because the store is understaffed!
4.0
Head of Customer Service | Paramus, NJ | Sep 7, 2021
Awesome place to work for good culture and discipline, but...
I worked at Uniqlo for 3 years. It had its good days and bad days, but there was always coworkers there who helped motivate me even on the bad days. It felt like everyone worked as a team; that everyone picked up the workload and helped when it was needed. We got 1 hour lunches too, which was beyond awesome, because if you had other minor things to do you could take care of those on your break as your food properly digests, or just extra leisure time before you go back on the hectic work floor. However......the management, while most of them i was very cool with, were not the most organized of people, and at times very childish with lower ranked employees as well as each other. Work politics sucks. Not to mention they were suck ups the minute an area manager came around, or even when we had corporate visits. That's besides the point though, I was still pretty cool with the majority of them, even outside of work. My main problem with Uniqlo was when I got promoted to head cashier/register lead...the next few months it became highlighted or very apparent to me that the policies of Uniqlo make the shoppers experience really slow or inconvenient. There's a bunch that I personally feel are a bad fit for places outside of Japan...some that are just too slow, serious, and unnecessary. Let's just put it that way. But maybe it's just me. I feel that if most of them were removed, we could get work done faster, please the customers better and avoid escalations, rather than focus sol
ProsGood environment, 1 hour lunch, ok pay
Consbad policies and unorganized, ununified management
2.0
Vendeur (H/F) | Paris 9e (75) | Jul 14, 2022
Turn-Over constant!
De toutes les grandes enseignes, Uniqlo est un modèle d'exploitation profitant de la défiscalisation de la période d'essai pour exploiter au maximum la main d'œuvre des nouvelles recrues au tarif minimum du Smic : vous arrivez dans un camp de travail où on doit se mettre au garde à vous lors des réunions de chaque prise de postes, écouter religieusement les chiffres exposés par les manageurs (qui ne vous concernent pas vraiment car vous ne toucherez pas de primes avant 6 mois d'ancienneté de toutes façons; la culture d'entreprise ne vaut vraiment qu'à partir de ce moment là! ), les consignes du jour et réciter à chaque fois par cœur en fin de meeting "les 6 phrases" d'accueil et de service au client ("Bonjour madame, bonjour monsieur, que puis-je faire pour vous aider? Souhaitez-vous un panier? Uniqlo, prénom, à votre service. Merci d'avoir patientez... etc ") tel un mantra, comme si vous récitiez votre Pater en école primaire, ce qui est très infantilisant pour commencer (surtout si vous avez déjà des années d'expérience de vente et conseil! ). Ensuite, sur le terrain aucune de ses phrases n'entrent réellement en vigueur car vous rentrez dans un tunnel et ne passez votre temps qu'à plier, ranger, faire du réassort tellement c'est de l'abattage et, de rester constamment debout sans pouvoir prendre de pause (ce qui est parfaitement illégal car la loi du travail impose des pauses d'1/4 d'h toutes les 3 heures... ), vous arrivez chez vous après une journée, sur les rotules! On d
1.0
Addetto/a al customer service | Milano, Lombardia | Feb 18, 2022
La peggiore esperienza lavorativa in 6 anni di customer service . Zero rispetto, incompetenza, nepotismo, regime militare, misogini e assurdi.
Ho lavorato da Uniqlo per due anni, dall'apertura fino a poco tempo fa e lasciatemi dire che è stata la PEGGIOR ESPERIENZA LAVORATIVA DI SEMPRE. Ho lavorato anche all'estero nello stesso ambiente e non hai mai avuto un esperienza così negativa. - Al colloquio ti vengono venduti sogni di un negozio quasi utopico, al limite della perfezione dove tutti sono felici e contenti. Che loro tengono agli impiegati e al loro stare bene e che l'organizzazione è la loro assoluta priorità. NIENTE DI PIU' SBAGLIATO. - L'organizzazione non esiste, i turni per quasi un anni venivano dati la domenica pomeriggio/sera per il lunedì (turni settimanali). Abbiamo dovuto tirare in ballo i sindacati per ottenere anche le più piccole cose. - Managers così incompetenti che sembrava quasi di vivere una barzelletta quotidianamente. Maleducati, misogini e razzisti. Si atteggiano come se fossero i capi del mondo e ti dicono di tenere i tuoi problemi personali fuori dal lavoro, ma loro fanno esattamente il contrario. Quando un paio di loro stavano con le scatole girate bisognava stare attenti anche a respirare o partivano scenate, ordini insensati, urla e lettere di richiamo. - magazzino minuscolo, pieno di polvere e difficile da gestire in quanto tutto viene tenuto negli scatoloni. (più volte sono arrivati carichi con moschini che pungevano, scorpioni e ragni violino) - siccome il magazzino è piccolissimo, i carichi grossi venivano messi in corridoio, staff room e nel corridoio davanti ai bagni. Di con
ProsUnico aspetto positivo è stato conoscere un sacco di colleghi simpatici, cui alcuni sono anche diventati cari amici. Se non fosse stato per loro sarei impazzita subito.
ConsTUTTO!
2.0
Retail Sales Associate | Melbourne VIC | Sep 11, 2022
Mediocre as casual if you're studying, but for part/full-time, look for something else
Everyday, you go in to check the DWS to know what tasks you'll be doing for the day. You also need to write down the sales and top 5 best selling items from the previous day, which you may be asked to repeat during the team talk. Sometimes you'll be asked to repeat Uniqlo's "6 standard phrases". During team talk, the manager was almost always in a bad mood, and constantly criticising us for poor time management (not meeting up for team talk on time). You'll need a watch as the only clock was in the break room. Personally, team talks was my least favourite part of the job. Expectations are very high, and sometimes you'll be tested on knowledge (e.g. how many jeans do you stack in one pile, etc.). You also need to memorise where everything is located - this is difficult because there are lay-out changes that are frequent (new items or items not selling enough and not enough room on fixture). There is some favouritism that appears to be apparent, particularly with female employees. Most of the team leaders were female, and certain tasks (dispose rubbish) are only given to male employees. Certain casual employees were given more hours than others. Despite my 24/7 availability, for 2 weeks in my 3 month contract, I was scheduled to have no shifts - I only managed to receive 3 shifts in those two weeks as I was close to the admin. Hardest part of the job was hitting certain targets they had. They were very adamant about "replenishing 6 boxes per hour", which was impractical,
ProsVariety of tasks & skills to learn, 30% staff discount, friendly staff except higher-ups
ConsHigh expectations, inconsistent workhours, "on the fly" training, management favouritism, not worth the pay
1.0
Sales Assistant | København | Apr 29, 2021
Beware: exploitation and no work-life balance
PROS: -30% staff discount - some nice colleagues who make it more fun CONS: - Management is awful: managers often make mistakes about your daily schedule making your day extremely confusing and just telling you to spend the whole day in the stockroom, as all the other tasks are planned (at this point I'm not even sure whether they make this mistake again and again accidentally or on purpose); they're also blatantly not cut out or skilled enough for their positions, usually ending up making poor choices; they only care about a few selected people who constantly try to work their way up; - Fellow colleagues who have been working there longer than you think very highly of themselves and, no matter what you do and how you do something, it will never be good enough - Lots of confusion regarding guidelines about standard procedures: you're continuously told to do the very same thing in a hundred different ways, depending on the colleague you're talking to - and everybody will say that what you've been told is wrong - Lots of gossip: stay away, as much as possible, from very close relationships with colleagues - Poor and hasty coaching usually leaving out a lot of basics, resulting in you not knowing how to do certain things properly for a while and then being scolded because you were supposed to know - The shop is usually understaffed and it's always taken for granted that you do several different things at the same time - Obsession for the so called "D-rank", that is to say ANY
2.0
Retail Sales Associate | Changi Airport | Dec 6, 2020
Horrible experience
Even after working for almost a year, i was not able to finish my probation that they promised i would get after 3 months. Staff and management there are often fake and delusional and only ever ask you for work when it's convenient for them. Whatever that they try to imbed in your brain of how good the brand is and what they "stand for" are all lies. Perhaps, in retrospect, i shouldn't have high expectations but that was what the job culture was all about lol. I was only a part-timer and obviously needed to attend school but that was the least of their concerns (so much for wanting to be understanding). They told me to compensate for the week that i had exams and could not attend work. Mind you, i have been working my butt off before school started till i was given a warning letter since i exceeded my hours and that was only because i had the time. Some of the other part-timers were being understood when it comes to school and gets the free pass. There is definitely biasness when you're at work and that just outweighs the whole "opportunity to grow for employees" because they only ever pick on the ones that they like. The only sane people at my store are the part-timers and some of the full-timers (even the full-timers agree). This job does have good learning points and it is expected to learn them the hard way and only people who can take it will be able to survive the job culture there (which is unnecessary to even begin with). All that the management team knows what to d
ProsStaff discount
ConsStaff wellness, long working hours
5.0
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Questions And Answers about UNIQLO

What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at UNIQLO?
Asked Aug 28, 2016
Be you..either you are going to fit in ..or not. Either way BE YOU!
Answered Jun 12, 2022
If you're Trilingual good luck. Some stores don't even care nor ask "What languages do you know?" And it is a group interview all the way (If you have retail experience).
Answered Aug 13, 2019
What are the overnight shift hours?
Asked Feb 16, 2017
9pm-10am and sometimes they don’t even let you leave on time. (New York City location)
Answered Jul 31, 2019
10pm-7am overnight shift usually was to rearrange the whole store layout
Answered Mar 26, 2019
What is the interview process like at UNIQLO?
Asked Aug 28, 2016
You get an email from one of the managers for an in-person interview. They bring you in a room where they ask you a series of questions. Hiring manager also has a table to rank you while they take notes. From there, they will contact you in 2-3 days about the offer.
Answered Sep 24, 2022
Received an email to schedule an interview, had 1 group interview, and was offered the position within a couple days.
Answered Mar 25, 2019
How often do you get a raise at UNIQLO?
Asked Sep 22, 2020
Every six months
Answered Nov 29, 2022
Depends on promotion
Answered Oct 25, 2022
What is the promotion process like at UNIQLO?
Asked May 6, 2021
Every six months
Answered Nov 29, 2022
Exam and interview
Answered Oct 25, 2022