H&M
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H&M Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Helena Helmersson
  • Founded
    1947
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £10B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Jobs

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Visual Merchandiser

Worthing

5 hours ago

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Department Manager

Horsham

5 hours ago

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Visual Merchandiser (Maternity Cover)

Grays

5 hours ago

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Visual Merchandiser

Gloucester

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3 days ago

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Content Coordinator to H&M Customer Activation & Marketing (UK/IE)

London

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4 days ago

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Women’s Jersey Designer - Maternity Cover

London

6 days ago

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Content Editor to H&M Customer Activation & Marketing UK/IE

London

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6 days ago

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Media Planner to H&M Customer Activation & Marketing UK/IE

London

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6 days ago

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Buyer Womenswear Woven - Maternity Cover

London

11 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 123 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Sales Assistant
£8.64 per hour
Customer Service Representative
£16,760 per year
Sales Advisor
£15,875 per year

Retail

Visual Merchandiser
£18,085 per year
Retail Sales Associate
£10,145 per year
Store Manager
£33,520 per year

Sales

Sales Assistant
£8.64 per hour
Sales Advisor
£15,875 per year
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Rating overview

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Work-life balance

Reviews

Sales Assistant in St Albans
on 22 February 2021
fast paced workplace
H&M is a very busy store therefore you are always expected to be doing something productive. It is good in the snese that it makes time go faster however it can be very stressful when it comes to tidying the shop floor and clearing rails at the end of the day. I am only on a 8 hour contract so a typical day would be come in the morning before the store is open and clear rails from the day before. After that is finished, due to covid, I might stand at the entrance and count the number of customers in the store or leaving the store. I would then typically work on till untill the end of my shift. If i am working in the afternoon I will typically start my shift on the tills and stay on the till untill it is time to tidy at 16:30 or i might start on the doors followed by the tills and tidy at the end. H&M has taught me how to work under pressure as there are often long lines so I know how to remain calm and work efficiently in a stressful environment.I'd say managment ranges, I used to have a really good store manager who was really hands on and kept us all motivated and the department managers were quite good too. However, they all moved to different stores and my new store manager isn't as hands on and i find it quite hard to get their help on the shop floor. . I'd say the hardest part of the job is always having to work really hard and quickly it makes you feel exhausted after every shift and it can be really hard to work to their expectations when your not feeling 100%. I think the best part of the job is the discount as we recieve 25% employee discount that can be used in conjuciton with student discount when we have it and they will sometimes give you 50% off one shop up to £200/£250.They also often run mini competitions between the staff memembers such as who can make the most sales or who can sign up the most h&m members and they give rewards which keeps us more motivated as we have something to work towards. In addition meetings are quite good as they provide food and include games to keep you interested. They will also reward people with small gifts like chocolate or h&m gift vouchers for their work in these meetings.
store assistant in York
on 24 February 2021
Fast paced and enjoyable
H&M is a fast paced, customer focussed environment which is still made enjoyable thanks to the staff. Structured working days/weeks allow staff to plan their personal life too.
Store Manager in West Midlands
on 22 February 2021
Fun
Great company and great opportunities for developing. I have worked there for ten years and loved it.Can be Challenging and can affect work life balance.
Retail assistant in Bromley, Greater London
on 18 February 2021
Fun place to work
Fun relaxed atmosphere fab discount gets busy but yet not stressful On going online training Managers are very approachable Downside.... not regular shifts you will be working different days/shifts every week
Sales Advisor in Brixton, Greater London
on 18 February 2021
Wonderful
Is a very nice place to work,because of the team,company,clothes,product and the customer.I really felt happy there.Everyone is willing to help you with everything and you can learn every day.
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Process takes about a week

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