"Great place to work, but I want to move to a place near my family."
"Abercrombie and Fitch is a fantastic company to start your career. I have been here for the past two years and it saddens me to leave them, but I know I am ready to move onto something new. The people here are some of the kindest and smartest people I have met. They were so friendly and truly the reason I enjoyed coming to work every day. The work is fast-paced and challenging, but highly rewarding. I recommend anyone interested in retail and IT to apply to A&F"
"I have total work experience of 5 plus years at Abercrombie. During my tenure, I extensively worked on Customer data."
"Abercrombie and Fitch has been quite a different experience than I had envisioned. Truthfully, management was respectful and understanding of my situation at the time I was hired. However, after my first week on the job, I felt unwelcomed. The atmosphere alone is not welcoming and management is rude. We recently got a new manager who has not made a good impression on my peers. He, too, tends to be rude and critical. The need to meet company standards as an employee is understandable, however developing a good work environment in which everyone is comfortable is also necessary."
"I worked at Abercrombie for about 7 months up until our store closed. I loved my managers and the people I worked for, it is a young atmosphere so it is easy to make friends since everyone is in college or recently graduated. However, anyone above a store manager is horrible. I mean seriously, they hire the rudest and cruelest district managers. Our DM called a worker trashy to her face. It is a laid-back atmosphere and mind-less job."
"Super, fantastic, fabulous, I would recommend this company to others."
"DM pay is WAY below industry standards. Has seven stores, only made $55k. Perks were cool but for level of responsibility, pay was horrific."
"I've worked at A&F for a little over a year. It is a challenging place for the wrong reasons. There are many inexperienced, young people in decision making roles, which causes a number of problems. It is a place that puts an emphasis on the wrong things from a product, marketing and people stand point. That being said, I still believe that the brand could become popular again, but it would take massive changes through the organization; something I do not see happening."
"it was an okay job but to me personally it was not somewhere I intended to be for years, only a summer job and internship."
"Good company to work for and great city to be in Columbus."
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