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30+ days ago

Assistant Designer- Activewear - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

•Research and identify trends that are relevant to the Live Love Dream customer, staying up to date on activewear trends, construction, and details… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Associate Merchandise Planner - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

•Partner with Merchandise Planner to develop, execute and communicate strategic merchandise financial plans and strategies that support the… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Merchandise Planner - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

•Develop, execute and communicate strategic merchandise financial plans and strategies that support the merchandising and financial objectives of the… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

VP Marketing - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

Internal Marketing: •Supply directional support for seasonal promotional photography •Oversee departmental development of all promotional materials… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Buyer - E-Commerce Women's Knits - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

BUYING •Execute buys to achieve online financial plans •Ensure profitable sell through of all product categories, with minimal overhang •Partner… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Director - Allocation - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

•Build key strategies and manage execution through close partnerships with merchants and planners •Drive key selling initiatives such as new… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Designer - Yoga, Active, Lounge - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

•Proactively seek out opportunities to maximize the business. •Support and participate in all relevant company wide initiatives as they arise… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Production Intern-Summer 2014 - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

•Participate in cross functional meetings and gain an understanding of the role of Production in the product lifecycle •Identify the steps that… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Allocator - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Aeropostale New York, NY

Work closely with Senior Allocator to develop and manage allocation strategies by product and location Manage initial allocation and replenishment… VelvetJobs.com


12 days ago

Sales Lead/Part-time Manager

Aeropostale Yorktown Heights, NY

Sales • Assist in meeting sales plans and expectations by supervising the selling floor and managing the accessory business • Assist in meeting… PostJobFree


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    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Cashier  in  Edmonton, AB
    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Cashier in Edmonton, AB

    I worked at Aéropostale part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Depending on who you worked with and who the team was composed of, it could be a good job.
    Not much is expected of you - just basic retail practices.
    Discount is very generous, 50% off on a limited amount of merchandise, an "accelerated discount" and 30% off all the time.
    Hours are very flexible, if you are asking for more time to be taken off or a more specific schedule, it is very easy to do so. Asking for more unreasonable hours or taking extended periods of time off isn't too much of a big deal - simply talk to the general manager or the manager who is in charge of the schedule.

    Cons

    Leadership was very irresponsible. Never really did anything for the team, had one manager on her phone scrolling through reddit every shift while eating chips.
    Customers are extremely ridiculous and demanding for a store that has so many options.
    High turn-over rate, employing tons of staff at a time then firing them once the need for lots of staff had declined.
    "On-call" shifts that were never used were very annoying. You would call in, be told that they don't need you, then an hour into the on-call shift, you would be called in. Make up your mind.
    A majority of the people you work with are high school kids, which fits the clientele of the store - teenagers, but at times it can be very cliquey.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to actually behave like management - not someone who is simply there because the store requires a manager to be present. Have a positive vibe at work instead of constantly complaining and pointing fingers at staff for things that you are responsible for.
    Stop hiring so many people - give your staff more shifts or longer shifts, not "on-calls" that never actually get confirmed or 4 hour shifts that are used solely for cashwrap or greeting.

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