Urban Outfitters
Happiness score is 48 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Richard A. Hayne
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £730m to £4bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    Philadelphia, PA
  • Link
    Urban Outfitters website
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Rating overview

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Supervisor in London, Greater London
on 11 January 2023
Its okay for a pitstop
Very monotonous job roles which get jarring and dull overtime. The company preach to be sustainable but theres nothing put into action. No care for employees mental health.
Sales Associate in London West, Greater London
on 27 January 2023
Don’t work therw
Management is really bad. The job is stressful and they just expect you to do it. No training for seasonal people. Everyone has bad vibes and rude. It’s not fun working there.
Team Leader in Bluewater, Kent
on 2 January 2023
I enjoyed working with the team but the communication from head office was appealing, work load was insane and they had no care/regard for you as individuals, you’re just there to make money to them. Pay was decent compared to other retailers but was not enough to compensate for how stressful everyday was, towards the end of my time there, I dreaded going to work and was so happy to leave. I would discourage anyone from working for urban outfitters.
Sales Assistant in Brighton, East Sussex
on 17 December 2022
No Opportunities
I found this company a bit of an uphill battle, no matter how hard you try your efforts do not get recognised and you will not progress. The team were left to encourage and motivate each other on their own and there was a lack of support from higher management.
Sales Assistant in Kent
on 16 December 2022
Bad management
Awful people complete disregard for staff members without a high position and play favourites massively. Pay is okay but not outstanding, never get replies to any contact tried to make with managers you will have to confront them in person. So glad I left.

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Process takes about a day or two

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