Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – March 17, 2017
Working with Hugo Boss is not the typical retail experience. As the clothing, the entire company is held with the utmost quality and service to both the customers and employees. The wages are constructed with a set rate of 10/hr with commission. During the holiday rush and summer hype business with busy and profitable. However during the slow seasons, which is unfortunately the majority of the year, if you are relying on the commission, not much money will be coming into your wallet.
Aside from that, the company is very accommodating, health conscious, and very specific and efficient in the training process.
Typical day at Hugo Boss clock in at 6:30 am. Get to your zone sign in on your gun. Clear your zone and go to another zone. 8:15 -8:30 break. 11-11:30 lunch. 1:15-1:30. 3:00 we are off unless it's mandatory overtime. Which next break will be 3:15-3:30 and off at 5 pm. I've learned that team work can get a job done. We need more communication within management. Co-workers for the most part work very hard. the hardest part is when employees are not trained properly. The most enjoyable part of the job is putting a smile on someone face when they are having a bad day.
It is a great company for fast growth and classic work space
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – August 17, 2015
The company does a great job of empowering its associates and managers, therefore making each employee a strong power player in the sales world as well as great compensation and awesome clothing allowances
Retail/Customer Service/stock expert (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 30, 2015
come in at night around 11pm dont leave till 3am money was great tho 12.50 a hour. learned numbers and how to sort things the right way how to fold and how to use back stock. mangerment was amazing she was a neat freak so she always wanted something done right co-workers was okay. hardest part of the job had to stay up and go home to late other then that everything else was great they serve us food and everyone was getting work done every tuesday and fridays
Area Shop Manager (Current Employee) – Washington D.C. – January 12, 2015
Great company to work for. Learned a lot about the global vision for Hugo Boss and the high standards they hold for not only their product but also their client relationships and place in the global market. They do an excellent job in trainig their employees and helping them reach their individual goals.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – December 11, 2014
During the time I worked with the company I enjoyed it.... I was somewhat of a change for me, this store had a base pay as well as commission, so you have to basically work really hard to prove your someone who deserves a chance and your good with your customer service skills. I worked near management who where very cool, taught me the proper way to maintain a suit and to sell it, what items should or could be added as well, Everyone i worked along side were all older than myself so i was also fortunate to learn the ropes.
*excellent customer service *high end retail *consistently build and train sales team while demonstrating best managerial practices *great team *summer months slow *meeting new client and creating a long relationship
Stock Merchandiser (Former Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – August 2, 2014
I didn't work for a Hugo Boss retail store I was stock merchandiser and a typical day at work consisted of: organizing stock, setting up displays, taking pictures, and e-mailing reports to my boss. I learned a lot about merchandising and how to be productive in a short amount of time. I rarely spoke to or saw my mangers; they all lived out of state I also had no co-workers.
The hardest part of the job was keeping up with the managers in the stores I had to work in. I couldn't get a hold of them most of the time.