H&M Careers and Employment
- CEOHelena Helmersson75%approve of Helena Helmersson's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (USD)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
- HeadquartersStockholm, Sweden
As one of the world’s largest fashion companies with more than 116,000 employees worldwide, H&M is an exciting and dynamic place to pursue a career within the fashion industry. Our business concept is to offer fashion and quality at the best price, and with our fast expansion we are always looking for new talents. We have a strong corporate culture based on core values that describe how we work. The most central value is our belief in people: All H&M employees get to take responsibility and everyone’s ideas are important.
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB (operating as H&M) is a Swedish retail-clothing company, known for its trendy and fashionable clothing offerings for women, men, teenagers and children. The company was established in 1947 by Erling Persson in Västerås, Sweden. At the time it only sold women's clothing and was called Hennes, Swedish for "hers". In 1968, Persson acquired the premises and inventory of a Stockholm hunting-equipment store, Mauritz Widforss. Included in the inventory was a supply of men's clothing, prompting Persson to expand into menswear. Accordingly, he renamed the store Hennes & Mauritz, later abbreviated to H&M. H&M Group comprises of six independent brands: H&M, COS, Cheap Monday, Monki, Weekday and & Other Stories. We have over 3,600 stores operating across more than 59 markets worldwide.
We want to be at the forefront of both fashion and sustainability. Our employees play a key role and can contribute to more sustainable fashion, today and in the future. Our values also include teamwork and constant improvement; together we challenge ourselves to do things better and create an H&M that always exceeds customers’ expectations.
We were not able to detect your location. You can browse through all 10 jobs H&M has to offer
They only care if you can move fast enough to clear queues in the cashier area and fitting room, also fast enough to unpack the stocks and put it out on the sales floor. However, most of the time there was no one watching you to see if you follow all the rules, so, not much stress coming from the company side. But the customers were rude
low salary workload avg wfh no chance to develop career they cut ppl workplace is friendly open-minded enjoyable team fruits management are poor nothing much to learn
Love the culture from H&M. They brought unities, corporation within teams. No bias in age, culture back ground, gender, fair and comforting working in this company. H&M giving chances for anyone willing to learn. Allow anyone to speak out.
Company culture and system is the best I have ever had, have a huge potential to grow few times larger than existing company sizes and scale in the world. Almost flawless and systematic in the company structure, best for all management level and also benefiting the staffs at the same time.
What would you say about your employer?
Insights from 34 Indeed users who have interviewed with H&M within the last 5 years.