Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 22, 2018
I worked for Hollister Incorporated nine years ago on a several of assignments at number of different clients. Due to the amount of time that has lapsed I can't really give an accurate opinion of the company
Part-time Cashier/Stock Associate (Former Employee) – South Miami, FL – June 14, 2018
Only reason to work here is to get something down on your résumé (literally). Zero opportunities for wage raises and zero benefits without at least an associate's degree. As an expendable high school student, had to be on constant lookout to get a single after-school shift, which came every week or two.
Discounts on clothes
Short breaks (not long enough to eat), extremely few hours
Manager (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – April 30, 2018
The people at Hollister are at the core of it's success. They are hard working, results oriented and driven. I truly enjoyed the people I worked with. That said, upper management makes questionable decisions that truly beg serious questions. Decision rationales should not be a mystery but all too often major decisions leave you scratching your head.
A typical day was always busy at the location i worked. There was always something to do which was the good part. I loved helping customers even though they are a pain. The managers made the job a living h*ll. You'd literally WORK YOUR BUTT off and they'd still discourage you.They were disrespectful. Played favoritism when it came to hours. The employees in another department had racist comments and nothing was done about it. Hardest part was keeping up while managers made you do 10 things at one time and just yell at you to go faster. Enjoyable part was the employees in my department were so good to be around.
Treasury & Risk Analyst II (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – February 6, 2018
The company was employee owned so all things were done with employee in mind. People took pride in their work and knew the job we did impacted many lives as a result of the medical products we produced.
Senior Supply Chain Specialist (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – January 22, 2018
Managers are out for themselves and trying to step on whomever gets in there way. The culture is that you work and work and work no matter the time of the day or the day of the week. Managers will contact you whenever they want and expect you to work. The pay and benefits are great, but it comes with a large cost.
Customer Services/Secure Start Operations Coord (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – January 2, 2018
I process enrollment for patient entering over 64 enrollment per day. I learn to use the CRM system then we change to the Saleforce.com system. I like being able to help send product out to help the patient live a better life. The hardest part of the job was the constant changing of the process.
Level II Operator (Former Employee) – Stuarts Draft, VA – November 20, 2017
A fast paced work environment where I learned a lot about our customers and how our attention to detail and spotting defects was very important. I was able to achieve level 2 operator in minimum time allowed. I also was picked to work with engineers to troubleshoot new machines and develop new products.
Director (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – November 12, 2017
Good place to work. Stable environment, solid leaders, good industry. Well managed and ethical company. Very profitable, growing business. Needs to make some difficult changes to become more competitive.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Stuarts Draft, VA – November 6, 2017
table worker for the most part its a good place to work they could work on their management /employee communication and communicate more about rules and regulations to new employees. human resource department need extreme improvement .