Anthropologie
Happiness rating is 64 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Dick Hayne
    72%
    approve of Dick Hayne's performance
  • Founded
    1992
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    Philadelphia
  • Link
    Anthropologie website
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Benefits

Employees at Anthropologie have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Retirement plan
Referral program
Health insurance
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Vision insurance
401k matching
Flexible schedule

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 760 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Personal Shopper and Stylist in Reston, VA
on November 6, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the customer. The customer feeling confident and beautiful is the main goal in our sales.
Manager in Newtown, PA
on August 9, 2022
Without going into an entire backstory; this company has a WAYS to go. The complete lack of humanity and empathy was something I knew to be a theme in customer service/retail-based settings; everything comes down to how much $$ is made in a day. However, working on the management team for Anthro made me understand how unimportant we all were and how replaceable we all were.The continuous manipulation and hidden agendas kept by the Store Brand Leaders and the district, made many staff feel uncomfortable; as if they were walking on eggshells or that we were out of the loop with things going on. It was made pretty clear that as a manager, with vacation/sick time that I personally accrued from working 40+ hours a week, any time I wanted a day off it was questioned and made clear that it was inconvenient; even though as an employee, I had the right to request shift changes and vacation times at the discretion of myself and no one else. It is expected of you to not have a life outside of the store, even if you were a part-time employee.The overall tone of Anthropologie also made it very clear that there was a specific stereotype of customers that we are to cater to and another specific stereotype that we were to watch like a hawk. It was incredibly tone deaf and put a lot of the team in uncomfortable situations with potential customers. Should there ever be an escalation with an unhappy customer, you will not get any support. To the point where most times you are brought back to an office and gaslit into thinking you caused the issue. There is no morality to being an employee there or integrity; you are not valued as an employee, you are there to make their store attractive to those stereotypical customers.
Sales associate in Austin, TX
on July 19, 2022
Good place to work. Wish the pay was better. overall a really cool place to work with positive people. Its a great place to learn skills if retail is your thing!
Home Stylist in Devon, PA
on July 7, 2022
Do not be fooled with their empty pledges for inclusion. Communication is extremely poor and engagement from leadership team does not exist. They have great products but the culture is toxic.
Customer Associate in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
on July 6, 2022
Management style severely changed after store brand leader shift. Less consistent rotation of jobs amongst workers and felt that everyone wasn't treated on same level of respect.

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Interview is average
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Tell me about yourself How did you get your style Tell me about a time where you had to solve a difficult problem with a customer

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Describe a situation in which you’ve had to deal with a difficult person; how did you handle it? What is your favorite part about the holidays?

Shared on August 14, 2020

What's my personal style, if you could eat dinner with anyone who would it be, explain a difficult customer service situation.

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