Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 12, 2017
I was really excited to work there but realized I made a big mistake. Some of the managers were not supportive if you have a question about the systems. The schedule is given out 2 days before the next week. Isn't that illegal in California? The cliquey employees talk about you behind your back. And if one employee in particular doesn't like you, good luck in being successful. Maybe other locations are great to work at but San Francisco is the pits.
Style Advisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 15, 2017
A typical day working as a Style Advisor at Aritiza is providing first class service to our customers. Determining the needs of our customers and providing as much assistance through this and styling is the end goal in creating happy customers.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – University Village, WA – March 13, 2017
The people you work with are very catty. There is so much competition between you and your fellow sales associates that it's hard to balance work and healthy job culture. I wouldn't go back. Too much micromanagement, for sure.
Senior Sales Advisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 27, 2017
Aritzia is a high intensity retail environment that provides an individual to develop business savvy and relationship building skills, that allows you to succeed in any industry. Aritizia is unlike any retail company, in which it values it's people and works hard to develop the skills of it's employees.
Flagship Store Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 19, 2017
Aritzia has an excellent culture overall and innovative brand. The stores are so busy it makes it hard to achieve work life balance and coming in as management you have to work your way to each role through extensive trainings and impacting the selling culture.
Leadership and development as well as the training is highly advanced, learning a lot and constantly challenged.
strong confident women and passionate teams
Fast growing affects work life balance, fast paced sales culture
Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 2, 2016
Aritzia is a women's retail store with an artistic enviorment and the job has a high sense of creativity and fasion. If you want to build up your resume then Aritzia is the place. They hire seasonals when mark downs is coming, and its a great opportunity for other retail stores to hire you.
Public Relations Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 11, 2016
Everyone on staff gave me the necessary tools to be involved within Public Relations and the ability to both compromise fashion and business. A typical day includes managing the showroom, completing weekly pull document, scheduling messengers, and managing weekly samples sent out to various publications.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Columbus Grove, OH – January 11, 2016
The job was very easy. After our daily motivational meetings everything was smooth sailing. Your told what your assignment is for the day and basically that was it. Supervisors were always there if you had questions. I can't think of a dull moment at this facility.
Sales Associate, Stylist (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 12, 2015
I had an absolute blast working for Aritzia. I had a great time with all of the girls there. We all loved working with fashion and each one of us had an eye for it. It made for a very creative team of girls who loved styling and helping other customers find what they were looking for.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 29, 2015
Each day we are required to meet a sales goal, and if we do not meet that sales goal consistently, or have an SPH (sales per hour) lower than 300$ we do not get hours. Aritzia is very competitive and sales associates are expected to consistently meet and exceed sales goals. We do not work on commission making it very frustrating when being pushed by management. Schedule does not come out until the Saturday before the week starts (two days) making it very difficult to plan anything.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 28, 2015
This company is amazing. They uphold their mission of cultivating a life of creativity; embracing current music, art, and design culture, through their high-quality, on trend clothing and exceptional customer service standards.
At first, it may seem performance-driven, but it is enjoyable to sell such exceptional merchandise, so as long as you meet performance standards set by your managers, it should be a great working experience. They always hired amazing people so the environment is inspiring and encouraging.
They care tremendously about the success of their employees, and will do whatever they can to make sure they are thriving. With all of that said, you have to be a hard-working, creative person who loves people and enjoys a retail environment.
Up beat workplace where personal style was praised
Sales Associate / Stylist (Former Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – September 4, 2015
Great tunes blaring over the sound system and Stylish sales associates running about the sales floor up selling to their top tier clients, there was never a dull moment on the clock at Aritzia. Management was sometimes tough, but always maintained a friendly bond with associates. The clothing was always on trend and very desirable, so new shipment days were a lot of work but very exciting! I learned Great styling techniques and how to manage a clientele book to maintain telephone communication with top clients upon new arrivals and restock. Fitting room selling and Private styling appointments help drive (sales per hour) goals which sometimes resulted in bonus pay and clothing allowances.
Fun Up Beat atmosphere, clothing allowances, team building in and out of work, quick advancement, high hourly pay and bonus
sometimes such heavy competition between coworkers caused a negative work environment
Creative and innovative women's retailer for passionate people.
District Store Operations Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 26, 2015
Aritzia focused on keeping it simple by having the best product combined with the best customer service experience. The senior leaders are empowering and are successful at generating excitement and passion about the brand.
In my experience, I learned how to quickly problem-solve while thinking methodically. Aritzia is very hands on and promotes a "roll up your sleeves" culture. The most challenging part of the job is being remote (in NYC) from the support office in Vancouver, Canada.