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19 days ago

Senior Project Manager - ERP Systems

URBN Philadelphia, PA

• This position needs to anticipate and identify issues that may prevent deliverables and develop and implement corrective actions. • Responsible… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Senior Ecommerce Operations

Urban Outfitters Inc. Philadelphia, PA

Play a primary role in defining the policies and procedures for the growing EComm Operations team. Ability to design and maintain diverse solutions… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Director of Retail Store Sytems

URBN Philadelphia, PA

This leader is accountable for the IT systems located at Urban Outfitters Inc stores. The position is responsible to deliver reliable, secure and… TheLadders.com


8 days ago

Store Managers and Department Managers

Urban Outfitters Edmonton

Urban Outfitters Careers Our goal is to help our customer express their individuality and connect with their interests, needs, passions and each… Urban Outfitters


13 days ago

Store Managers

Urban Outfitters Vancouver +2 locations

Urban Outfitters Careers Our goal is to help our customer express their individuality and connect with their interests, needs, passions and each… Urban Outfitters


1 day ago

Assistant Department Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Anthropologie Toronto

Coming Soon Winter 2014! Anthropologie is opening a new store on Queen St., in Toronto. ANTHROPOLOGIE ASSISTANT DEPARTMENT MANAGER What were… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

District Merchandising Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Urban Outfitters Quebec

To lead a district of six to eight stores by inspiring the Urban Outfitters culture and lifestyle. To ensure appropriate feedback and guidance is… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Department Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Anthropologie Toronto +7 locations

Coming Soon in Winter 2014! Anthropologie is opening a new locationon Queen St.in Toronto. ANTHROPOLOGIE DEPARTMENT MANAGER What we're looking for… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Manager in Training - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Anthropologie Don Mills +3 locations

They participate in all aspects of the stores' merchandising and selling standards.The Manager in Training must be passionate, entrepreneurial… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Holiday Seasonal Customer Associates 2014 - Fashion Industry Opportunity – new

Anthropologie Toronto +2 locations

>Willingness to go above and beyond when needed. >An entrepreneurial spirit >Flexibility and positive reaction to change >Global thinking >The… VelvetJobs.com


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    Great co-workers but the job definitely has its disadvantages

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate
    Former Employee - Sales Associate

    I worked at Urban Outfitters part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Good music that makes working way more tolerable, you can dress however you wish, amazing discount (40% off regular priced merch, extends to 40% off sale items too during appreciation periods + discount also applies to free people and anthropologie), generally pretty cool/funny/easy-going co-workers, don't have to worry about making commission or sales, room for growth (at my location, a girl who had been working for three months was promoted from associate to service leader), great creative environment where self-expression is encouraged, family-type bond with workers, my store was good with outlining the job description and duties so you know exactly what your job was, hourly changes in position so that you're never doing the same thing for too long (ex/ switch from women's to fits to cash to mens to sale to go backs), your availability is catered to just as you submit it

    Cons

    terrible hours for new employees- all hours are given according to management's best buds, regardless of the hard work you put in, management is too young to be running a store, some of the associates who had worked there especially long can be snobby and condescending, on-calls shift are a pain because you have to plan your whole day around potentially working and at my store we only had 2 hours notice, some of the customers are outrageously difficult, closing usually sucks but thats retail and at least it is paid, you may be scheduled for shifts as early as 6 AM to process shipment

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take some responsibility and realize that you are running a business and hours should be given out based on customer service skills and work ethic, not fraternized friendships formed outside the workplace. Don't hire too many people when its simply not necessary to have that many workers on the payroll.

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