One of the most unorganized company you’ll ever work for. The way Zara’s structures work is highly unrealistic and a waste of time. From the way they expect operations to process shipment, to how cashiers handle returns, to how visuals are expected to complete their endless duties. This company set us up to fail from the beginning and then ask us why. Every regionals and corporate are too involved and micromanages every aspect of the store but are unable to find more staffs or to simplify the the structure to help us maintain a balanced store. I’ve had so many ideas of how to better this store but all they do is listen and actually never do anything about it.
As a visual, you’re expected to do everything and to help out everyone but in return no one will help you. Being a visual at Zara is like being a higher paid sales associate or stock associate. Each year they give you more duties to do but won’t give you a raise.
I’ve worked at multiple different stores as a visual and seen how other retails run their store as a whole and Zara’s is by far the most complicated store to work for. They have so much potential but they’re forgetting the most important thing which is to invest in their employees. I’ve seen so many employees who would quit in a day to a week because the store physically expects too much and that all begins with Zara’s structure. Nobody wants to work at a store that they get no proper training and just gets thrown in. And then feel overwhelmed and quit becaus
As i was researching myself for reviews before i started working for Zara, I found many people writing about how the managers were bad and the work is fast paced. Here is a review that i hope will help you make the right decision about weather or not to work there.
The start: When you start working (without previous experience in retail) don’t expect the managers to teach you how to do the job. You will be left alone, to handle a big zone ( due to short staffed) clean, help customers, run the clothes. There will be some nice colleagues who will teach you, and some who are unhappy with the job, so they will make it even worse in all that stress.
Point: You will be left alone in a lot of stress and the managers don’t care.
With time you will learn to manage this, so if you learn quickly you might get the chance to start learning to be a visual merchandiser as they call it ( commercial) They usually train people all the time so when a position is available, you will be ready and apply. If you want this, you will have to be ready to get used to the maximum, you will have to be there for the deliveries, wake up at 5 every morning, you will be stressed, screamed at, the managers will give you a milion tasks that are impossible to do in their time limit that they give you as well. You salary will be smaller than a sales assistants.
And in the end of all that, just when it’s time for your contract, they might say you dont have what it takes , and remove you from the “position”. W
ProsGood money if working extra, International workspace
ConsAlways short staffed, Too much unnecessary stress
I had been working for Zara for about 3 years in total as a cashier/ cross- trainee with a clean working record, including returning as a re-hire. They didn’t honor my prior experience from working there nor the raise I had received from the previous location, and was put back at the bottom to ‘work my way up’.
Although things like sales & maintaining a clean work place are important (as Zara is very high- volume and it does get messy) the teamwork aspect was not intact at ALL, and that would always directly affect the customer service... which was usually not good.
Personally I didnt feel there was a good value system in the workplace, and it was always very clear who was priority in the company. (i.e. Managers and responsiveness as well as treatment with the visual merchandisers vs cashiers & floor associates). There was no sense of comfort or outlet for the associates, as the ‘higher ups’ were normally sided with each other. (I promise I’m not just saying that)
In terms of growth and promotion, they already have a plan in mind for who they want and where, which isn’t the fairest process. For instance, I was on track for a promotion, and was given new duties to show my readiness, and the entire time, through follow-up with the HR rep and corporate, there was nothing but dragging feet, and many loopholes & gray areas, which of course led to my search of another job.
Lastly they are accusatory! (I cannot speak for all locations but this was solely my experience)
I worked at Zara for 5 months and it was the lowest point of my life. I worked in Sweden andis as worse as in USA. The managers are very unorofessional, they have favorite employees and they let it show if they don't like you believe me, they have this sense of nepotism and they always make difference from the employees they like and the ones they very much dislike. All you can get from the managers is a fake smile and a "hi" when they see you unkess of course you are his favorite then they will have long pointless conversation with you and share a laugh while others are working their backs off.
At the same time, besides the unprofessional and not nice managers they would have these "specialists" in the stockrooms or on the shopfloor that are responsible for how things work but can also be rude and demanding. One of them whom I worked with was very agressive and bossy, it made it very hard for me to work and stay focused. She was micro managing me and my collegues at the point where we prayed she wasnt at work in that day. However they had one specialist thar was very okay and understanding, one out of 4.
The salary is the only reason I accepted it all for so long because believe me a month working there feels like a year. I was never the only one to feel what I felt in fact we had multiple meetings in the morning where the employees would discuss these things with the managers but they never changed a thing. The managers would often feel attacked instead of being more
Management definitely knew a lot about the overall function of Zara, but as it relates to the people portion, it was an epic fail!!!!!
It is a very fast-paced environment. The associates dont receive training for their positions, which leaves them in a place of repetition (running clothes that customers try on back to the sales floor- ALL DAY)The associates literally came to work to do the same thing every single day without the option of advancement.
Zara has unrealistic expectations. Hence to the outrageous check out lines, aweful customer service
and consistently messy stores. They expect assocs to complete daily project infused with corporate directives. Corporate directives that may come at anytime (normally and inconveniently each day in the evening when we should be focusing on other things) while mgmt points fingers and dictates, but wonders why the associate aren't happy and engaging.
On any given day, you can find associates walking around like zombies disengaged and detached from the whole customer service experience. That's probably because they're taught, if they dont get the job complete in a specific time frame, there will be disciplinary action.
Zara managers rule with an iron fist (correct actions, warnings, writes up) versus having an open door policy and keeping the lines of communication open. The managers are more about control and command vs leading and developing.
Most importantly, Zara have no structure. There is no district mg
Expectations are too high for the amount of pay, training is nonexistent, and management is clueless.
The "training" to move up is insane. I was fully doing a Visual Merchandiser's job for Sales Associate pay for over 6 months with false promises of a promotion and horrible training. They are ripping valuable employees off with insulting pay. HR would not listen. Recently, they even sent us out a counselor for employees to talk to, to make it "feel like we've been heard" (actual words from my manager). What is the point in talking to a counselor about the problems of the workplace if they have no power to change anything? In my area, even a terrible studio apartment costs $1K a month so $12/hr is not enough to get by and tons of easier jobs pay more.
I barely had any time to do my visual tasks because I was too busy doing Sales Associates' jobs because we were constantly understaffed, which resulted in blame for me not doing my "job" (which was not even officially my job since I was still in training). Lots of pressure from Regional Managers and I was expected to stay in constant communication with them. Very little new hires would stay due to the negative atmosphere and high expectations. Fingers were pointed and blame was constantly placed on the nonexistent "Visual team" (which consisted of one actual Visual and 3 trainees). Everybody there is miserable and lots of toxic drama takes place. I would only recommend working here part-time so you are insulated from all the nonsense that goes on. The only reason I give it 2 stars is because some of the people you will meet a
1. Expect to be over worked as a part time worker. Shifts are hard to get covered because no one wants to work there. You have no free time outside of work and always are understaffed.
2. The management team isnt the best. The managers are very stubborn and slow, I often find myself asking why my managers take so long to understand problems and find resolutions.
3. The company as a whole is very unorganized it takes weeks for the hiring process to go through and when you do get hired they give little to no training. Months ago they just through a new employ on the floor with only a day of training expecting him to know everything and when he didnt the department manager was frustrated and angry.
4. Corporate has such high standards for employees who are just getting paid close to minimum wage. A typical day at Zara you often have to do multiple peoples jobs due to understaffing or laziness. Also you can’t forget to mention your store director nagging you to do something a certain way; when you can do the same job your own way being more effeicent without cutting corners. Overall I would never work at Zara again the cons definitely weigh out the pros.
Also you can’t forget to notice how badly the clothing is manufactured. A lot of clothes come in with strings hanging off them and small holes as an employ I have to inspect every piece of clothing before I buy it because a lot of them are pre damaged. The profit marigins are so high too.
About 90% of the clothing at z
Good job for fast money, but nothing to stay at long-term unless necessary.
The money is decent for what you're expected to do, but that's the only good thing about this job. Everyone is essentially part-time unless you're a Visual/Manager. So there's no PTO to earn or full benefits. Tons of hours but that's because they're always hiring. Turnover is HIGH. And it's mostly due to management, not the tasks nor the customers. Management is horrible and they talk to you as though you're 10 years old. They act as though you should be grateful that you were hired, and should accept they way they talk to you.
They micro-manage EVERYTHING and you have to keep setting boundaries with them and Visuals. There's no reason you should announce when you're going to the bathroom every single time during the day and having to tell multiple people your whereabouts. The store isn't that big so I'm not sure where they think you disappear off to. You may apply for a certain position but when you get there you're offered something completely different.
Training is non-existent, you get the most training on how to fold the clothing. But no device training or anything the virtual training class mentioned you'd see. You learn those by begging another associate to show you because management won't. After your first day you're thrown into 9 hour shifts immediately with no training and expected to sink or swim. Apparently Zara hires a lot of "mean" people as I was told by customers as they were shocked I was so nice to them and they've grown accustomed to rude workers/mana
ProsPay is decent for the tasks, that's it.
ConsShort breaks, micro-managing, lack of pto though doing full-time hours, rude management/co-workers.
I am a student and was excited to work at the biggest player in fashion industry and was gonna work for at least 6 months there but quitted after 2 months. Kinda ok to work and study at the same time but then it means that you've got less hours and get paid little. For that amount of work that you do it is nothing.
Not every work teaches you something, it felt like I was just wasting my time (unless if someone thinks sorting clothes gives you some experience).
As for management the head of the shop in our shopping mall was good and friendly but some managers are trash (they won't normally talk to you because you know nothing and just a shop assistant).
My colleages were almost all students and we tried to support each other at everything.
To be honest I would never think that working at a fast fashion brand's shop is so hard. There is a constant flow of people so you don't have time to rest (I was doing more than 25k steps a day in a shop!) and at the same time you have to do your main task+consult people+go to the storage and pick the size they want+consult another one that also needs some help+search the right size in a shop (which is not easy)+answer to the phone calls at the shop+be nice. And no one actually cares about you and what you might feel (well because as you said at the interview you're stress tolerant).
Also (dam* it's going to be a whiole essay) there is a new delivery two times a week. That means you start at 7 am to get it ready for the opening at 10
ProsFlexible working hours
ConsVery short breaks (30 mins is only enough to go to wc and quickly fill your empty stomach)
I worked as a cashier and I loved this job. My coworkers were the sweetest for the most part. However, the drama that went on in this place was worse than High School drama. Management felt completely entitled and were the core of all the drama.
They would disappear from the floor & carelessly talk badly about employees in the stockroom (where employees that worked in the stockroom would ease drop and tell the whole team what they heard). Management at my location were completely unprofessional and the HR department was no help at all. So many complaints were made against a particular manager regarding race issues and harassment. So much for zero tolerance discrimination policy.
Also, as a cashier we needed a manager to override quite often. We would call a manager and we would either get attitude from them, they would have a customer waiting for 15mins+, or during rushes; that PARTICULAR manager would clean up the store on his way to the registers, not only having the customer wait for a long period but causing our line to get longer. Then he would complain that we need to move faster because our line is too long.
It’s not much of a discount, stores in the mall gave me a better discount for being a mall employee than ZARA did. The only time the discount is really useful is during the 2 annual sales, where you get a discount off the discounted item.
This place had an extreme toxic work environment. The job itself was great, straightforward, fast paced and fun
On arrive 5 min avant l'ouverture des portes, on se change dans les vestiaires, on papote entre collègues, on regarde le planning, et la journée commence...
Tout le monde a quelque chose à faire, même quand on a rien à faire d'autre que de plier les vêtements dépliés par les clients, ça porte un nom, et c'est dans le planning!
En général, il change toutes les heures, sauf pour les responsables, les caissières, les filles du stocks (et même les garçons) et la coordinatrice, qui ont plus de responsabilités.
On a donc, le rayon: vérifier qu'il y a assez des vêtements, faire un réassort si nécessaire, plier, plier plier et encore plier, et, oups, remettre les vêtements à terre sur leur cintre. Sans oublier qu'on est disponible à tout moment pour les clientes! Donc les conseiller, aller chercher la taille dans le stock, trouver LA chemise à porter pour l'anniversaire de Loulou,... Bref, le service clientèle!
Ensuite cabine/vide cabine (en général, 1h de chaque): on vérifie le nombre de vêtements, on vérifie subtilement, ou pas, que les antivols soient au bon endroit, et qu'ils en a pas dans les poches à l'entrée ET à la sortie, on fait attention à ce qu'il y ai bien 1 personne en cabine (mais parfois on laisse la copine/maman/papa/copain rentrer #j'aitropbesoindesonavismadame!!!), qu'il ne reste ni vêtements, ni anti-vols dans la cabine lors du départ, on replie les vêtements non pris ou on les remets correctement sur les cintres, et, si on a encore le temps, on fait du se
Proscréativité, mode, réductions, possibilité d'avoir une autre activité pendant les jours de repos car souvent en mi-temps, on peut facilement perdre du poids à force de courrir partout!
Conshoraires qui finissent tard, à force d'être toujours debout, le corps devient douloureux, et les salaires bas (les plus bas)...
Ambiente infelice, crescite professionali a casaccio, responsabili senza rispetto, orari alienanti, poche gratificazioni
Lavoro in Zara da quattro anni, ho girato diversi punti vendita e posso dire che il male di questa azienda sono le persone che vi lavorano.
Tutti i vantaggi che l'azienda offre (le settimane di ferie che con l'anzianità diventano sette per ogni anno, la puntualità dello stipendio, i buoni pasto) svaniscono di fronte alle cose negative che quotidianamente bisogna subire:
- si parla tanto di possibilità di crescita interna ma non è così, o meglio è così per persone poco brave ma che sanno vestirsi in maniera appariscente o farsi amico (o fidanzati, mogli di, cognati di, etc) qualcuno dei responsabili. Per gli altri, quelli davvero bravi, non c'è speranza di crescita. Le persone ai piani alti sono spaventate o infastidite da profili con troppo potenziale che potrebbero fare le scarpe agli altri, preferiscono dunque far crescere persone inutili o bravine, che non reggeranno lo stress e nel giro di qualche anno libereranno il loro posto. Ecco spiegata la possibilità di crescita professionale, la si fa sulle spalle dei colleghi precedenti e dei loro esaurimenti, ma solo se non si è troppo svegli.
- a seconda del punto vendita in cui si capita gli ambienti sono totalmente opposti. Le realtà più piccole sono le migliori, bisogna lavorare moltissimo ma si imparano tante cose, ci si sente più utili, si passa dal magazzino alla cassa alla vendita alla gestione del prodotto. Nelle realtà più grandi tutto questo non esiste, vi sono impalcature molto rigide e schemi dai quali non s
ProsSettimane di ferie che negli anni diventano 7, stipendio
ConsIncompetenza dei responsabili, crescita interna di elementi incapaci
Working at Zara is genuinely the worst thing I've ever had to do. The actual work itself, things like tidying the store and dealing with customers no matter how rude is honestly the better part of it. The organisation and management of the workplace honestly overrides any enjoyment or 'benefits' that the job may have.
People miss shifts because the rotas will be changed last minute and no one will be told. Shifts get mixed up and confused because of stupid stuff like the handwriting on the paper. You will have no real training, not that it would matter if you did because the language barriers at what seems to be all Zara's is a very real thing meaning there aren't really any relationships between any employees, on breaks everyone sits in the staff room in silence.
All payslips, employee discounts and wage matters are dealt with in an app. I've been working there for over two months and have only just been told about this and despite many requests I've had no efforts to show me how to log in or use this because I haven't been given my employee number. I don't know what my exact wage is either.
Overtime is also a massive thing, I get calls at least once or twice a week to work another shift, to cover someone else, to come in on a different day and each time I show up it causes so much confusion that I don't even bother answering work phone calls anymore, I would rather save myself the hassle. If you try to call the store you will just be taken to a helpline and I have not
If you like to be treated with disrespect and talked to like a 4 year old, if you like to perform 2 people's duties during any given shift getting paid minimum wage with zero recognition and appreciation, and if you like to have a manager call you 5 times a week changing your schedule on you, then Zara is the perfect place to work.
-- Extremely rude and unprofessional management. They probably think minimum wage employees should only get minimum or no respect. They put you right on the spot with very little training and ask questions like "how come you're not doing this or that" like you're an idiot. One time I had to go to the washroom after 3 hours of doing stock and helping customers nonstop, the manager asked through the walkie "where are you" as if I had been missing for days, and after I informed her that I was just using the washroom real quick, she actually said "hurry and come back up here okay". Ridiculous.
-- Extremely heavy workload. They are always understaff. Of course I understand this--it's all about the bottom line. But don't blame me for not finishing the work when you just simply don't have enough manpower. Basically they expect you to know everything inside out in your second week and be able to check 250 items in stock, replenish all the items on the sales floor with perfect sizing and folding, serving 10+ demanding customers, and still do cash register in ONE HOUR. That is just humanly impossible. Oh and they never forget to make you feel incompeten
Ambiente fantastico, ma varia da negozio a negozio.
Ad ottobre ho lavorato per uno Zara molto grande, la mia prima esperienza lavorativa in questo campo. Ero entusiasta del lavoro, perchè qualcosa di completamente diverso da quel che ho sempre fatto. Purtroppo le aspettative non sono state completamente ripagate, eravamo tantissimi addetti vendita, ogni giorno c'era qualcuno che non conoscevo e mi sentivo sempre l'ultimo arrivato, nessuno si è preso la briga di spiegare un minimo come il negozio è organizzato, la responsabile sempre molto tesa, un ambiente al limite dell'ansia. Tutti che corrono di qua e di là e quello che ho fatto è stato solo ed esclusivamente piegare tavoli, piegare tavoli e piegare tavoli. Ho lasciato quel posto dicendomi che non avrei mai più lavorato da Zara! Ho trovato un altro lavoro e benché mi avessero chiamato due volte ho detto due volte no. Alla terza però ho accettato, perchè il negozio era vicino a casa mia.
Grazie al cielo ho dato una seconda chance a Zara! Ho scoperto che l'ambiente varia moltissimo da negozio a negozio (anche se in ogni negozio ci sono le commesse inacidite che non sopportano più nessuno), dove sono ora ho imparato moltissimo, tutti fanno tutto, c'è una turnazione fantastica, anche i responsabili sono "come noi", fanno le stesse cose (e anche di più, ovviamente). Nessuno si tira mai indietro se c'è da lavorare, siamo in pochi e l'ambiente è davvero quello di una grande famiglia. C'è un incredibile rispetto per l'essere umano oltre al lavoratore, provato sulla mia pelle: a
ProsStipendio, ambiente giovane e da "grande famiglia", organizzazione, formazione
Great place to learn but the workflow needs to be revised
Working at ZARA means working in a VERY dynamic environment.
- Teamwork is everything. You can really develop your skills in that, and leadership as well if you are a senior associate
- Early access to the latest trends and the coolest items. ZARA is always extremely fashion-forward, and no one can deny that. Even if you don't watch the runways, you will know what is hot at the moment just by working on the floor or on cash.
- Employee discount is great.
- The day is never boring and the time flies by.
- The breaks are balanced and are long enough (30 min or 1 hour depending on your shift duration).
- You learn to be stress-resistant and stand your ground when being pressed by customers.
- The managers will protect you in case of conflict (providing you really didn't do anything wrong).
- During sale, you can easily snatch the best items or rare sizes. Feels good to know that that jacket in XS of yours is the last in the whole GTA!
- Not enough training for new employees. They do an orientation, but really you will have to learn as you go.
- As a result, there's a lot of criticism that is not always presented properly.
- The fast-paced environment creates confusion.
- CUSTOMERS. They complain about not being respected, but really it's them who do not respect you and your hard work. Some of them are nice, and they make your day. But sometimes they might be rude right away or treat you like a servant. But the worst thing is what t
Prosteamwork, never boring, fashion-forward, employee discount, variety of skills
Consnot enough training for new employees, stressful, customers are rude and disrespectful
- Journée type :
La journée type commence à 8h30 par la mise en marche des 21 caisses présentes dans le magasin. S'en suit l'ouverture du magasin. Je laissais le service client à mes employés et m'assurait simplement à la bonne suivie du planning. Je devais m'assurer par exemple que personne ne soit absent et trouver des solutions le cas échéant.
Les principales tâches managériales avaient lieues en matinée quand l’affluence du magasin était moindre. Ainsi, je profitais de ce temps disponible pour réaliser les plannings, les plans d'action et les éventuels entretient d'embauche.
A partir de midi les tâches évoluent. Le magasin étant beaucoup plus fréquenté. Mes tâches principales étaient de contrôler et de corriger les éventuelles erreurs de mon équipe. Egalement je continuais à veiller à l’organisation et à la bonne suivie du planning.
Ensuite, lors de la fermeture du magasin ma responsabilité était qu'il n'y ai aucune erreur de caisse et de les résoudre le échéant.
- Les opportunités de développement
Le groupe Inditex offre une multitude d'opportunités à ce niveau. Les corps de métier disponibles sont nombreux et Inditex privilégie toujours la promotion interne. De plus, le groupe Inditex étant en continuel développement, les places disponibles sont nombreuses.
- Le management
Le management diffère selon la taille et le lieu des magasin. Le magasin dans lequel j'évoluais était situé sur la principale rue commerçante d'Angleterre et était le deuxième plus gros d
Je suis rentré au départ chez ZARA un peu par hasard, curieux de savoir comment fonctionne une enseigne de prêt à porter populaire. J'ai donc été embauché en CDI en contrat de 26h en tant qu'opérateur back office.
Ma déception fut grande dès mon premier jour de travail, où l'accueil du personnel fut très froid, on ne prend même pas le peine de me faire le tour des locaux. J'ai senti les personnes assez dérangé par ma présence, je n'ai clairement pas pu être formé correctement car ils avaient beaucoup trop de charge de travail. Pour la mise en confiance des nouveaux arrivants ce n'est pas top du tout. Mais bon les jours passent et petit à petit j'ai su m'adapter progressivement à mon travail.
Concernant le travail d'opérateur back office il existe de nombreuses tâches différentes à faire, comme effectuer le réassort des produits manquants en rayon, ranger la réserve, réceptionner les livraisons, cintrer les vêtements, préparer les commandes clients et les commandes Internet, faire le runner. On ne s'ennuie pas il y a toujours quelque chose à faire mais il y a énormément de pression de la part des responsables afin d'être le plus productif possible et la cadence de travail est des fois infernal.
L'environnement de travail est mauvais, personnellement j'ai de la chance de travailler avec des personnes très agréable en réserve, mais en surface ce n'est pas la même ambiance certaines vendeuses dites expérimentés ont des comportements toxiques envers les nouvelles recrues.
Je suis étudiant ingénieur en aéronautique et systèmes embarqués.
J'ai commencé à travailler à zara dès mes 18 ans, j'ai commencé avec un CDD de 35h pour deux mois en réserve puis CDI de 12h en réserve pendant 7 mois, pour finalement passer à vendeur en CDI de 12h aussi.
J'ai donc fais de la réserve, et de la vente en surface, c'est deux postes différents et vous ne pourrez pas faire les deux en meme temps. Ce qui pose le premier point négatif qui est la vérité des chose aue vous allez faire dans la journée, la plupart du temps vous aller avoir une tâche ou deux et vous aller faire ca toute la journée comme un robot. Que ca soit en réserve ou en surface.
Deuxième point négatif c'est la formation, ca va bientôt faire un an que je travail à Zara j'ai pas vu une seule personne formé correctement.
On va vous balancer en rayon ou en réserve sans vous expliquer ou tout cas très vite fait.
Ce qui bien évidemment conduit à plein de n'importe quoi que ca soit en réserve ou en surface.
Il n'y a pas de communication concrète, ils n'ont pas de groupe WhatsApp par exemple pour diffuser les informations, vous allez recevoir les informations lors des brief a chaque fois que vous commencez si vous êtes en surface, sinon parfois c des briefing en 1 minute et meme sans briefing donc 0 circulation d'informations.
On embauche assez souvent des gens qui ont pas forcément envie de travailler, donc vous allez devoir les supporter et faire avec. C'est des personnes qui veulent pas faire les ch
Questions And Answers about Zara
How often do you get a raise at ZARA?
Asked Jun 2, 2021
Only when promoted.
Answered Sep 22, 2022
Answered Sep 19, 2022
What is the best part of working at ZARA?
Asked Apr 24, 2020
Not much but the discount which is subpar
Answered Jun 30, 2022
They way they worked together and made me feel welcome
Answered Jun 29, 2022
What is the promotion process like at ZARA?
Asked Jun 17, 2022
Learn as you go no real training
Answered Sep 24, 2022
Apply. Train for 1 to 3 months then at the end of your training, you can interview for the position.
Answered Sep 22, 2022
What is a typical day like for you at ZARA?
Asked Apr 24, 2020
Answered Sep 16, 2022
Dealing with a lot of stress and anxiety and crazy customer but other than that I love it at zara
Answered Sep 8, 2022
How did you get your first interview at ZARA?
Asked Jun 17, 2016
I applied via Indeed. After a few days I got a message from the HR manager and he set up a time to call me. Once I received his call he hired me right there and then after talking for about 15 - 20mins :)
Answered Mar 23, 2022
I applied online via Inditex and received a call and a follow up email within the next hour or so.