Free People Careers and Employment
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- CEORichard Hayne
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
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Rating is calculated based on 172 reviews and is evolving.
Worked here mainly for the discounts and opportunities to grow within the brand. Unfortunately, room to grow in the corporate side of Free People is almost impossible. There was a huge gap between management and stylists which caused a lot of superiority and be-little attitudes at times. Although management was super average, stylists hired were usually very laid back and easy to get along with, and obviously, the clothes and discounts were great.
Senior Stylist in Fairfax, VA
on October 21, 2020
The billiards table was productive and fun. The felt was green. The sticks were tan. The balls were multiclored, some solid, some stripes. The solid white ball was a touch bigger than the others. There was a hard plastic triangle to group the balls. There was a brush to clean the clean felt top.
Financial Analyst in Philadelphia, PA
on July 22, 2021
It is a challenging job.. difficult customers while enforcing strict return policies. Work life balance can b hard especially as a manager you are constantly dealing with work related issues off the clockIt is fun when you get to be involved with visual aspects
Store Manager in Los Angeles, CA
on July 21, 2021
Free People is really good at creating an environment in which the company culture is really strong. A lot of girl dramaEveryone is expected to work through lunch, stay late for HOURS, and come in on the weekend (speaking about design)
Assistant Designer in Philadelphia, PA
on June 22, 2021
It really all depends on the store you're working for. I've worked in two locations and was completely miserable at one. The SBL and other managers completely played favorites and would backhandedly treat you like you're a piece of ****. The other location, however, is amazing. I love it so much
Stylist in Washington, DC
on June 17, 2021
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