Product and Visual Specialist (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – June 25, 2016
I love working here, but the hours are not abundant. I work in a location that has slow business and very cheap customers that get angry that we are not as cheap as Forever 21. The pay is high considering the state the store is located in, but the amount of hours does not make it seem so. I would love to stay with the company, but coming home with $300 ( or less bi weekly) is not worth it.
Great clothing, cool people, supportive management.
Lack of hours, customers complaining about the prices even when items are on sale, messy store
Fashion foward and always a good time shopping with the company and store.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 23, 2016
I loved working for the company and store when I worked for them.The stores clothing and shoes were always up to date witht the latest fashion trends and it was always fun working and helping customers shop for a new outfit. The managment were always flexible when it came to working with your schedule and needing hours, so i was very pleased with working witht the brand and company.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 19, 2016
Currently working as a branded stylist for a multinational British fashion retailer, I am tasked with several duties that correlate with my management and fashion based skills. I am responsible for selecting various garments for each customer’s specific style and taste, obtaining up to date knowledge about Topshop and the current fashion trends. While improving customer service, I assist in the execution of training all new employees while reporting daily tasks back to management.
Sales (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 22, 2016
Horrible place to work. They do not staff enough people for a work day. This company knows that in order to run a four-floor store, that they need at least 300 staff members but instead they only hire at least 100 and soomething staff memebers. The job is super stressful and they care less about their sales associates
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 17, 2015
Topshop is a great company to work for. A day generally would consist of me going out on the floor and being assigned a particular role for the day, whether it is working the fitting rooms and organizing clothing by topshop standards, or working the floor and assisting customers with questions or picking out clothing. The management team is generally great, but it gets tough when there are not enough people to work that day. I loved working with my coworkers and the company because I am able to dress how I please (while still following standards) and I am able to help customers with my personal opinions, but I am also able to work with people that have great personalities and work as a family.
great coworkers, paid vacations for part-time employers
Boh (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 9, 2015
While Topshop isn't the worse place i have worked at it is the one job in which I can say i had the most freedom. My day consisted of standing in one place and putting paddles through clothes. I learned nothing. Management was a non-issue in my department. Decent co-workers for the most part, not bad people just a bit immature. There was no hard part. Hanging out in the Boh listening to music and talking with fellow Boh coworkers
Supervisor/Team Leader (Current Employee) – New york NY – July 25, 2015
The company doesn't really care about their employees. There also isn't really any oppotunity for growth. the only way to move up is to wait for someone to be fired from the position you want. that wait can be as long as 6 years regardless of prepared you are for the position.
Creative Assistant (Former Employee) – SoHo, NY – July 20, 2015
Worked as a creative asisstant, had creative freadom to which I loved. Would have to dress a min. of 14 mannequins in less then four hours. Many overnights, hardly had a life. But loved working for the company not so much the managers.
Stockroom Assistant (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ENG – August 20, 2014
During my time at Topshop, one of my roles was to ensure that the stock room was kept clean, tidy, and should have enough stock stored in case any products ran out on the shop floor. To keep the stock room in a good order, I was responsible for checking in the deliveries and ensuring that the goods were tagged and then put in their right place. My main role was checking the shop floor on a regular basis during my shift and replacing any items of clothing that were running low to maintain the customers’ expectations of the stock being available.
Sales Specialist & Visual Merchandising Support (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 9, 2014
Start out with a store meeting, highlighting important facts and details that were beneficial to that specific day, then going to your assigned floor, meeting with the floor manager and checking to see which sections you are assigned. Sections including: running clothes back to the floor coming from the fitting, cashier, ringing out customers, answering any questions, giving them surveys, and also sales advisers whom would be in charge of staying on sales floors constantly ensuring customers had their proper customer service.