Floor Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 17, 2018
The clothes are cool, don’t get me wrong! But let’s start - Upper management will not help you succeed. You will be doing more than what you’re paid. Deadlines and visuals are ridiculous. This company isn’t worth the headache. I’ve worked for the company for 7 years. If you speak your mind, you’re frowned upon and pretty much a trouble maker. Being partnered with Bloomingdales will be a HUGE headache. Their turn over for managers is disgusting. They have no respect for leased spaces and will go above your head to your DMs to complain about any and everything. You do shipment, recalls, visuals, conference calls(everyday basically) all yourself. There is not “stock team”, no “visual team”. Nothing. Everything falls down on you, all the while getting paid $12. Unacceptable. Budget will make employees quit. Business isn’t where it needs to be for any retailer, but they’ll compare numbers from 2-4 years ago and force you to hit them. Clothing benefit is the ONLY upside to this company! Free clothes! That’s it! The cons of this company will outweigh that. This place will eventually give you a mental breakdown - you and coworkers. Enjoy the good moments because they won’t last very long.
Upper management, corporate, Bloomingdales micromanaging, returns, low pay, no benefits if you’re not management, no bonuses(because you can’t reach them)
Stylist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 26, 2018
As a stylist at Allsaints retail store, there were many responsibilities that were carefully watched over by managers. AllSaints put all of their efforts into one on one customer experience, and there was some pressure to maintain, and or exceed sales goals.
I learned how retail works very well from this job experience. The discounts that Allsaints provides to their staff is very generous and appreciated.
pressure to make client relationships and sales goals
I was a Floor Manager at AllSaints and loved my job. The turn over was pretty high but what retail job isn't. I stayed for about 4 months after my department manager left the company. I was in charge of all of the departments by myself and it got to be overwhelming . If I had more support and employees and managers I would have stayed. I loved working at AllSaints
Floor moves and Mannequin changes
The drive to work Im not from the area where AllSaints is located
Good discounts no advancements in ooay or promotions within easily
Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – July 22, 2018
Great brand with good clothes of quality and style but the cons are the management. During my time it was like high school with multiple managers and employees too. Was exhausting in that sense. Stayed for the clothes and brand. Great discounts.
Discounts, people you work with creative types, inspiring
Straightforward, simple and less stressful retail job
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 15, 2018
Working at Allsaints was much less stressful compared to working at other retailers. The way the clothes are organized both on and off the floor makes it easy for sales associates/stylists to find clothes and keep them organized. There is much less customer traffic in the store compared to other retailers due to the higher prices in clothing, also adding to a less stressful environment. On the average workday, my managers would usually tell me my sales goal, then I would just work at my own pace, keeping up with clients, organizing the sales floor, and messaging clients. The hardest part of the job would either be having to wear extremely hard leather shoes on wooden floor or having to make enough sales when there were more than one person on the floor and not enough customers to help. The most enjoyable part of the job was trying on new clothes and getting to know my managers more.
free clothes every month, organized stockroom, less customer traffic
AllSaints provides flexible scheduling as well as a great work culture. It is not a requirement that you fall in love with the brand before being hired because you will eventually learn to find your favorite pieces once you start working there.
Floor Manager (Current Employee) – West Hollywood, CA – May 3, 2018
I enjoy this company, a typical day of work would be like any other retail store. Opening and closing registers and handling customer service as well as operational tasks throughout the day. Management is poorly distributed, workers come and go from stylist to managment.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Cabazon, CA – April 29, 2018
I loved working for ALLSAINTS due to my coworkers and clients. Customers were great and easy to talk to and as were my coworkers. It also helped me better my communication skills as well, though managment is poor.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – April 22, 2018
Allsaints needs to rethink how it allocates its hours for emloyees. Would be a nice job if you could pay for your basic expenses. I experience massive payroll cuts, roll back on hours given to over a dozen employees and dismissive managment who didnt see a problem when I brought this to their attention. Employees here are constantly being hired and quitting because of this. Hourly wage is generous, employee discount and benefits are as well but because I was not able to support myself while working here I'm giving Allsaints a 2. They can do better by their employees, they just choose not to. This is the definition of predatory capitalism. DO NOT WORK HERE
50% off everything in store with discount, free clothing for wordrobe.
Extreamly low hours, low moral compass for compensating hard working employees/ effort.
Seasonal Stylist (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 11, 2018
In my experience at Allsaints I found it to be an extremely stressful work environment. The management only made conditions worse, as they were rude, racist and all around possessed zero qualities of a capable management team.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Santa Monica, CA – January 28, 2018
A typical 9 hour work day consisted of meeting sales goals and beating your personal best for commission purposes. I learned how to coexist and interact with a diverse team. Workplace culture was very competitive due to working commission based. The hardest part of the job was getting all of the stylists to work as a team versus working against each other. The enjoyable part of the job was building client relationships and creating a brand experience.
Could be a successful brand in the US ; Need better management
Floor Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 9, 2018
Pay your floor managers, stock managers, and ASM better. You require a lot of work for minimal pay and criticism at the highest extent. If you want talent and involvement at an all time high, can't motivate others with minimal pay. Do adequate background checks on your managers, develop hands on trainings, instead of reading from a computer 24/7. CEO barely has any care for the brand when stepping foot into stores, why push associates so hard as brand ambassadors, team reflects off corporate-management- so on and so forth.
Very little opportunity for growth; Horrible management; Cheap pay;