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Abercrombie & Fitch Overview

Industry

Retailing

Organization Type

Public

Employees

> 10,000

Headquarters

New Albany, OH

Website

anfcareers.com

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Founded in

1892

Revenue

> $1B

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About Abercrombie & Fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch is an American retailer that focuses on upscale casual wear.

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Abercrombie & Fitch is an American retailer that focuses on upscale casual wear.

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Abercrombie & Fitch's Mission Statement

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We are committed to providing comfortable and long lasting clothes that look good. At Abercrombie & Fitch, we are committed to increasing diversity of our human resource management all over the organization.

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What is it like to work at Abercrombie & Fitch

July 3, 2014 on Reddit

Why is the kids store strange?

Barely any customers, and when we do get them, the majority are foreign. Bosses are obsessed with good looks and buy into the idea that "Abercrombie only hires really really pretty people" - Actual quote by my boss

Is it true that A&F only hire attractive white guys and girls, and any minorities are hired for the back room? What is the estimated racial makeup of your staff?

Nah they hire attractive people of all races to work in the front. Tons of blacks, Asians, and hispanics work at our store. In fact, of my 3 managers, one is black and one is Hispanic.
July 3, 2014 on Reddit

How long have you been working there? How do you feel about the smell of the cologne that eminates from the store?

2 months. They've actually cut back on the scent a lot, so I don't even notice a smell. I've only seen my manager spray the store in the morning, not at any other times throughout the day.
July 3, 2014 on Reddit

What was your worst experience working there?

Haven't had one yet. It's a pretty chill working environment, we barely get any customers.
April 15, 2014 on Reddit

Did customers cross any lines while you were working?

Nothing too crazy that I experienced. Sometimes people would casually (so they think) grab my butt when taking pictures. Other than that nothing too inappropriate.

As someone who worked in the fashion/editorial industry as a real model with an agency, why do you guys call yourselves models? You do not belong to an agency. You do not go on go-sees or castings. You do not book shows or editorials. I do not understand. You people are not models.

There is a difference between employees that work permanently at one store termed "model," and shirtless/signed or unsigned "models" that travel to various stores to work. I was an unsigned model that traveled to various stores.

Did you ever get bored just standing there? Also, best part about that job?

Yeah. I tried to interact with the other workers as much as possible but it was hard because I had to stand in one spot for hours. Best part about the job I guess was that it gave me a lot of confidence. Now I am almost fearless when it comes to anything involving public interaction.
April 14, 2014 on Reddit

what was the worst part about this job?

My eyes would hurt after a full day of camera flashes. I saw stars after each day.

Why former?

Because working for them was only a temporary job and I had to give it up to work on a real career.
July 29, 2013 on Reddit

What is the average salary you'd get for working there?

8,000 dollars yearly or there about. 7.67/hr X 20 hours/week X 52 weeks/year.

To be honest I'd like to apply just to see if they consider me attractive enough, lol (doubt it since I don't wear makeup though). Thanks for the AMA! :)

the company is actually against the usage of make up beyond foundation etc. they like no make up make up, that's it.
July 28, 2013 on Reddit

Are all AF employees as snobby as they seem?

No not all, a lot of us are really really nice! but dude there are some who I just want to smack. It's like a lot of other things, the minority are so blantant and so annoying and so elitist and stuck and just terrible people that it's all people can remember.
July 28, 2013 on Reddit

This is retarded. They give you the title "model" but really you just fold clothes. Anyone who wants this job can simply get it by not looking like a complete loser. But be warned, it's not glamorous and your gong to get paid low wages and get 4 hour shifts.

pretty much, except my store is UBER busy during the summer so you can work like 35 hours a week. It's a pretty chill job, I work another more stressful job then show up there to just do my thing. Being hired on looks is halfway nice because their expectation of you to actually produce stuff is lower haha.

I worked at Abercrombie for about a year and a half and loved it. It was probably the cushiest job I've ever had. The managers were really laid back and nice and I hardly did any real work. Besides the occasional guy trying to hit on you and asking for your number, or the customer who was just trying to cause trouble, it really wasn't that bad. Just my opinion, but the one I worked at was fine and it wasn't any worse than the other retail stores I've worked at. :/

yeah that's basically how it was for me under my old manager. New manager isn't as laid back but I still like the job. my coworkers are awesome.
July 28, 2013 on Reddit

Have you ever regretted working there? What was the most difficult part of the interview/application process? Thanks!

eh sometimes I wish I could find more of a "real" job and company stadards can be REALLY annoying and customers love to destroy hours of neatly folded work in about 2 seconds but overall I like it a lot better than when I worked for American Eagle NOW THEY ARE SOME SHADY FOLKS NOW. honestly the interview process wasn't bad at all, they just asked a couple questions I had never been asked in an interview like my definition of diversity etc which I didn't have a prepared answer for.
July 28, 2013 on Reddit

I'm not thin, but my sister is, and wears clothing from both A&F and Hollister. Sometimes I'd get her a shirt or something from there, and the sales associates were incredibly rude to me, and on two occasions, even asked me to leave. Because "you obviously can't fit in our clothing, and shouldn't be here." What do you think of that? Have you experienced employees being rude to people like that?

Those employees should be fired. That is against company policy and is bad for business. That sort of behavior is not tolerated at my store, but then again I have one of the better stores. While I haven't seen anyone being openly rude to a customer like that, some of the associates may say things after hours or hold that opinion silently.
July 28, 2013 on Reddit

Ever hook up with a customer? Or get numbers?

naw man, the customers are either 14 years old, too shy, way too forward or stuck up. Now extremely attractive fellow associates is another story...

Where do you see yourself in 5 / 10 years time, do you want to progress in the company? Also do you get a lot of crap when you tell certain people that you work for A+F?

It's a mixed bag. Some people say "cool!"...others make flashlight jokes. and in 5 - 10 years I hope to be working as a software engineer (I'm a junior in college right now working toward my degree in computer science).
July 27, 2013 on Reddit

How did the interview process go?

actually really well organized. I had retail experience and one day I was in the store shopping and a manager told me I should apply. I filled out an application and showed up to interview day the next week with 6 other individuals. we took turns with the manager and he asked us about fashion, our personal style, what we think the Hollister brand stood for. And what diversity meant to us. (The past few years Hollister has made a huge effort to be racially diverse, and let me tell you they are. My store is full of attractive foreign people with exotic names.)

is there a restriction on how much you can weigh before the CEO decides that you are too big to be a model/image of the company?

well not technically, but you have to fit into the clothes. Honestly most bigger people don't want to work for A&F or don't survive the interview stage.

how big of a douche is the owner?

The CEO is a gigantic douche and most of the associates get really annoyed by his decisions. Luckily the other people who actually design the stores, clothes and scents do an excellent job so his idiocy doesn't kill the store completely.

Why do you think the company is allowed to discriminate on every level and openly not be an equal opportunity employer? Do they have really good lawyers? How often do they get sued? Do y'all have HR people at all?

yes theres HR. Theres a lawsuit about once a week it seems. Great lawyers. Everythings very careful and they settle all lawsuits. If you work here, you get more class action payouts than bonuses and raises combined.
May 19, 2013 on Reddit

You ever hoook up with female employees?

there are no lesbian or gay women that i have ever encountered at that brand, only gay men. No I haven't.
May 19, 2013 on Reddit

Question; would you hire someone who looked nice but was somewhat still an introvert?

Oh ya. I hired a lot of people I shouldnt have by their standards. The interview guide is word for word. It tells you how to evaluate them. It says if the person is great looking and fits the brand style, then they are pretty much a shoe in. Sometimes I got sappy and hired people who really needed a job and seemed hardworking, even though they werent great looking but just amazing, smart, dedicated, professional teenagers man. I hated turning those kids down because they didn't do anything wrong. We get great interviews from not great looking people and have to send them away. Real shame.

I worked at a&f kids for about two weeks until my overly anorexic manager told me there was a mistake with one of the hires (they do group interviews) and had accidentally hired an over weight girl, I was told to watch her and report absolutely anything I thought could merit them firing her... I asked why and he told me we had to wear their clothing to work and she just wasn't going to fit them right for the brand... I walked out and have never stepped foot in that place again!

aw how sad
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

I remember seeing an article years ago about a girl who was black who was hired on and was only allowed to work in the backroom. Were you pressured to hire by race? and was the area you worked in predominantly white? and if so were you instructed to treat customers and employees differently?

We were pressured to hire by race back when the diversity was a bigger issue. Each store has a diversity scorecard. You want to balance out those numbers and keep them in the positive because of the high turnover rate. A kid who interviews great but isn't scored as "Great" looking can get hired as a backroom/stockroom employee. But hey, there's some good looking kids there too. I got to say that. Obviously, you can't stretch things too far. If the kid isn't even close to the ideal A&F look, it's going to be a constant battle with upper management to keep that kid on staff. You have to vouch for ugly hires. Even if they are the only ones who get the job done, management does not want to see them ever again.
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

How much did you make as manager? Just out of curiosity, only answer if you want to!

29k as starting manager, 39k as a store manager. You can't really argue or bargain with them, even if you threaten to leave. Theyre very stingy with money and pay the least of all retailers, I hear. They are annual raises but usually amount to cents or a a few bucks.

So we've established that the front-line low level people have to be slim, attractive, etc.. What about the management that doesn't work the front lines? District manager and up. What did they look like? Did you find them all attractive/thin, etc?

everyone has to be thin and attractive. Everyone up the ladder has to be thin enough to fit in our clothing and wear them everyday in the corporate Home Office in Ohio. Oh it's so sad when someone gets too pregnant to fit into our clothes or has to lose baby weight. The pressure is unbelievable. I have noticed that older men get to have facial hair and they can wear anything from the store, where as store employees have to wear limited items. The only people who don't wear our stuff are servicemen who are contracted from outside the company. Even undercover security wears our clothes which blows their cover!
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

What's up? I heard that employees are required to say what's up when they make eye contact with a customer, is this true?

You're required to say the current tagline to anyone within 15 seconds of them entering the store and that has been for a long time, "Hey What's up". That's the simplest one. One time it was long and stupid, "Hey How's it going? Have you tried our jeans? They'll make you look like a star. " If we say, "Can I help you find something to go with that item you're holding?" It means we're onto you trying to steal whatever you're holding.
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

I used to work at A&F. One day my manager told me he needed to take a picture of me to send to the company. When I asked him why, he told me they needed to make sure there were "nice faces" working in the store that day. How often does this happen? Is this something managers do to everyone or do they only do it to certain employees? Nothing ever happened after that day, but I was scared I might get fired because they didn't like the way I looked.

this is very common and true. The manager thought you were attractive and wanted to show a picture of you to her boss to see if they'd approve you to be on the cast of list (see above) OR show you off as a hire and get feedback.

What's one of the most outlandish things you've seen in regards to the dress code rules. Are there any rules in regards to the dress code you thought were particularly ridiculous?

Wearing sandals is mandatory. We are allowed, on paper, to wear some select shoes, but it is not encouraged. In fact, my bosses over the years are very disappointed and angry when they see you wearing shoes. I hate wearing the tight tight pants or jeggings. They're so tight, you get yeast infections and can't really move well enough to do your job. The dye on the jeans makes your legs turn blue. We're forced to wear flat sandals with no support or padding. Over time, employee's feet actually flatten. Their shoe size changes because the arch collapses in their foot. I think that it's weird that even the CEO and corporate people have to wear the jeans, because it looks unprofessional.
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

Did this job ever get you laid?

Don't think so. I don't tell most people that I work there because they'll think I'm stupid and racist and shallow. But there is a lot of sex and scandal within the company.

Is the company as loathe to hire minorities as it is unattractive or fat people?

Ya. More than anything, A&F hates and says blatantly in its interview guide to not hire a person if they are an "introvert". There's a thing called the "Cast-of Tracker" that is your top ten most attractive and outgoing female and male models(salesfloor staff). (It is okay and encouraged for an ugly or chubby employee to only work in the back or with the night crew and not be on the salesfloor.) Every year the cast of gets their photo taken and submitted to corporate. Calendars and video propaganda are made and dispersed congratulating the sexiest store locations, etc. Models on the walls and bags are chosen from a national selection process that filters these cast of people. So looks are incredibly important to get corporate attention and therefore promotions.

Do you or other employees have any idea what the conditions are in the places where they make the clothes? What are the company instructions to say when people ask about that kind of thing?

There is a bit on their website about the sweat shop conditions. They have gone through some steps to make sure they are like certified and official but I believe that doesn't mean anything. It usually means that, in that country of origin, the factory is vetted and workers get like a standard wage. That usually is equivalent to still just pennies in US dollars however. I know that their contracted sweatshops are located almost all over the world from China to Bangladesh, Vietnam, Japan, etc. The shipments arrive with bugs in them from all over the world, how beautiful!
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

When helping someone find an item, how are employees supposed to tell a customer if A&F doesn't offer their (larger) size?

You just tell them blatantly, "We don't make XL for women." Back in 2005 and earlier, Abercrombie & Fitch trained its employees to purposely ignore, not help, and be snotty to it's customers. This created a "too good" image for them and was encouraged. The company and the program have literally no shame. years later, we now are forced to greet everyone you see and the program has changed.

With all the negative publicity and stereotypes about A&F, what are some positive things you've experienced? (about the company, clothes, anything)

The jackets and hoodies fit really well. Although the pieces are all from the same sweatshops that other cheap clothes are from, they sometimes come out fitting well and slimming, for a petite person like me. All the other things we make are riddled with problems though. Uh...other good things about the experience: good and cheap health benefits. I'm sure they existed so that no one would go 'ugly' or too 'sick' to be gone long. My favorite part of the job was my kids, my staff. I like to hire and train them and hear about where they are in their lives, etc.

Do you agree with the company's hiring policies? And if they are ever "too fat" to hire do you tell them why they didn't get the job? Edit: spelling.

I do not agree with the company in any way. I took the job after college when I couldn't find a job in my major and really really really needed the money for my family. I also was dying to work a full time job for the first time! What a disappointment. People are never told why, or why not they are hired. There is a script for those questions and a script for nearly everything. Everything at the company has a predetermined response that we memorize. This predetermined agenda is referred to as "The Program".
May 18, 2013 on Reddit

Why do you no longer work there?

I always hated it and regretted it. I finally quit after I had a manager who wouldn't leave me alone. This manager would call me before and after work and encourage us to work on our days off. Ugh just a horrible, fake, shallow person. It made me realize that I needed to spend more time on me, my life and family and what I really want in a career.

First off, sorry people are being rude to you about the company you work at. I think people forget how hard it can be to find a job these days. And now for my question: is it true that if you work in the store proper, you have to model at least one piece of brand clothing? I noticed every time I go in that the employees are all wearing at least one piece of current A+F clothing (if not totally decked out). Also, do you get an employee discount?

Hey, we "technically" do not have to wear the A&F brand while working as long as it looks like the brand if you get what i mean. But if you wear something else the managers get on your *** about it and give you a hard time. So you pretty much have to. And yea our discount ranges between like 30-50%

Are you going deaf from all the loud music? Are you attractive? (I believe that's a prerequisite to work there.). Did you apply for the job or were you approached and asked to work there? Do you have any black people working in your store?

Uhm not going deaf although the music can get REALLY annoying at times. Its loudness + the fact that it shuffles between 4 songs. Sometimes i work i put in some noise canceling ear buds to make it better. And i guess i consider myself average in looks? And i applied only because a friend of mine already worked there Yes there are multiple black employees haha.

Brother, you need to get out of that job and stop supporting a company that disregards its employees. Never got our breaks on time. They would work us and then just tell us to 'clock out early'. Illegal. The were always paranoid about its employees shoplifting stuff. We could not exit the store without being "checked" out which means having a manager rummage through our bags. This meant cutting into our break time. I worked in the one out here in California. It is a sweatshop. The managers are all over their heads with power trips. Fellow co-workers are awesome but the company is ***. I'm not sure if you are a model or part of the impact team. I just got a check from a class-action lawsuit fought on behalf of the employees against the company. It's a very arrogant company. If you haven't [seen this video](http://youtu.be/O95DBxnXiSo), you should. There is clear discrimination in which they have all the minorities and people whose English isn't their first language slaving away in the backroom. If you want to ask me anything, I'll share too.

Hey I really appreciate this comment. But at my store the managers are actually all really awesome and i'm great friends with all of them. But yea the being "checked" thing has always really bothered me. I'm considered one of their better employees and Im just like god damnit I'm not going to steal anything. But yea that pay is pretty lame for the amount of work they make us do.

Have you ever not helped someone or ignored a customer because of their looks?

Never. I treat all customers the same regardless of race, gender, or looks.

Is it true you hire people by asking them in the store, if they are attractive? (Aside from the normal applications)

Yes. If a manager or employee see's a very attractive individual they will without a doubt ask if they would like to work with us. My store is located in the mall and managers and employee's will often go out into the mall to look for potential workers.
December 1, 2012 on Reddit

How's the pay?

I get minimum wage, $7.67 an hour.

Is it true they call you guys models so that they can fire you without prejudice if you were to gain weight or if a girl was to become pregnant? Also how much do they pay an hour? I'd imagine since you have to be very good looking they would pay a bit better than normal stores. Also are there any additional perks to the job?

Ive never heard about the first part being true, so I don't think so. I get paid the regular minimum wage over here which is $7.67 an hour. Not the greatest amount haha. There arent any perks really unless you like the clothes here, then you can use the discounts to make them relatively cheap.
November 30, 2012 on Reddit

Manager with Abercrombie and Fitch here.... do you hate us?

There are some people that just straight up hate some of the managers. As for me, I don't hate any one of them. Its their job to make us do things so there's no reason to be upset with them.
November 30, 2012 on Reddit

I used to work at an Abercrombie, and it took me till a month before I quit to realize no one paid for their clothes, they stole them all. Do they still do that? I'm still pissed that all the money I got was funneled back into the company. Oh, also, do they still have everyone stay and OCD clean till 2 a.m? I *** HATED that part.

Yes, there have been times when clothes was stolen and no one even noticed. But, for the most part people usually pay. And yes after the store closes everyone has to standardize the clothes on the floor to make sure it looks perfect for the morning.

Whats your sex? You think the company is biased when looking for a "certain type" of person to hire? Do you have any idea what ever happen to the sleepwear you guys use to sell, dying to find some!

I'm a male. The company looks for outgoing, good-looking people. They try to fit an image and if you don't look like or act like you belong, then you're not getting the job. I made that mistake when I interviewed for Hollister. This was before I interviewed for A&F, obviously. When I showed up, I wasn't really sure what to do and was a tad awkward. But at the A&F interview, I was walking around, talking to everyone, trying to bust jokes, etc. The sleepwear that i think you're talking about was for the holiday season. It'll return around then I'm assuming.
April 26, 2012 on Reddit

What is the company hush-hush about? What are you supposed to do if someone who doesn't look like they fit the clothing style (very obviously) comes in and shops around? Is that suspicious if, for instance, a punk rocker or 'hippie' takes a gander?

The company is hush-hush about everything they do behind doors, especially what they do to their employees. I work extremely close to the headquarters, also known as the home office so we are always being criticized by the higher-ups of the company. But there's a lot of things that happen that most customers don't know about. For instance, when you ask for a size, the person on the floor uses the walkie-talkies to talk to someone in the stock room. If we're busy, the person in the stock room doesn't bother looking for what you're asking for. That's just a minor secret. Although we say we're an equal opportunity employer, the managers judge you highly on your looks. Imagine that. Those are just a few secrets. If theres any specific one you want to ask, go ahead. We usually don't mind those people. However, my managers are a tad racist. If they see a group of kids, whether it be black or indian or whatever, they keep a close eye on them. But with that being said, my managers usually have good judgement and will leave them alone if they look like they won't steal or anything.
April 25, 2012 on Reddit

why did you choose to work at A&F? how do you deal with shop lifters?

I chose a&f because at the time I would only shop there and hollister. Whenever we see someone who looks suspicious we usually follow them around the store from a safe distance and watch. If we see them stealing or notice any thing like senors that have been taken off, we notify one of our managers and they handle it from there.

Every time I go into an Abercrombie store with my sister who is a model (the real kind) they ask her if she wants a job. She is 28 and worked as a model for 11 years. I find it so strange that they do this. They have asked her several times over the course of about ten years and in different countries. Is this a store policy to ask anyone strikingly good looking if they want a job? What if that personal was a complete idiot, do they not care? I find it very odd!

Oh yeah, they don't care at all how smart you are. Some of the people I work with are legit IDIOTS who can't even put size stickers on jeans. Seriously. But yeah, it is called "recruitment." Managers go scouting throughout the mall and at colleges and stuff to find people to have work at the store. And, yeah, when good-looking people come in, they pounce. That is how most "models" got their jobs there, I'd say. They hire a crap ton of people.
January 26, 2012 on Reddit

Why do you think people get so offended by the fact that stores like Abercrombie hire for looks?

Do people get offended? I mean, I think by now they have come to expect this from Abercrombie. They don't specifically hire for looks, either. I mean, we have an impact team who works in the back mostly, but they come out on the floor to place clothes all the time. It is a pretty superficial place, though, and I would say that the majority of people DO get hired based purely on looks and a bit of their personality. It is kind of offensive. The way someone looks has no effect on their ability to perform in a retail situation. However, Abercrombie looks at each employee as a model for their brand, so they want everyone to wear the clothes the way that they want them to be worn, and only that way. So. I think people are right to get offended, but then again, I don't know what else you would expect from a place like Abercrombie.

Do you feel as if your level of [douche-iness](http://www.fashionstyleme.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/abercrombie-and-fitch.jpg) has increased since getting the job?

Nahh, my douche levels are hovering at exactly where they were before I started working here. I am just surrounded by more douchebags than i would like. People who put "Model" as their profession on facebook. ....-___- But mostly the people who I work with have pleasantly surprised me by being normal, down to earth kids who just need to make some money.
January 26, 2012 on Reddit

The one in my local mall always has male door greeters that are topless. Is there any reasoning behind this at all?

Ehhh... Our store only does this on Black Friday or other major shopping days. It is just to attract customers to the store, I guess. Usually there is just a girl or guy (fully clothed) standing at either side of the entrance saying one of the "taglines" which are usually like "Hey, what's going on?" or "Hey, welcome to A&F!" However, for a short period of time the tagline was "Our new skinnies will make you look like a star!" ...Kinda hard to say that every twelve seconds without a hint of sarcasm.
January 26, 2012 on Reddit

Do they call their employees "models" so they can discriminate based on looks?

Probably. And it is so annoying because some of the kids who work here go around saying "Yeah, I'm a Model at Abercrombie" when really all they are is a sales associate, like at any other store. I wouldn't necessarily say that you have to be attractive to work at A&F, but you definitely have to fit the "look" that they are looking for. And I have gone in before with frizzy hair and they have just sent me home. Pretty ridiculous.

BRO, DO YOU DO A LOT OF BODY WEIGHT MOVEMENT? IF A CUSTOMER APPROACHES YOU FOR A DIFFERENT SIZE IN THE MIDDLE OF A SET, DO YOU PAUSE AND HELP THE CUSTOMER OR DO YOU JUST REP IT OUT REALLY QUICK AND THEN HELP THE PERSON? LEGIT STATUS BRO!

I tell the new guy to hold on just a second and I finish helping the first customer, or if I see another employee walking by I ask them to help the new guy. Whatever comes first.
January 26, 2012 on Reddit

Has anyone tried to hit on you? Did you ever like a customer that hits on you?

Customers try to hit on employees all the time. We have had a couple of creepers who frequent the store and ask way-too-personal questions and crap. I would classify myself as just average looking, so it isn't like I am having to fight off unwanted advances multiple times a day or anything. One time a little kid had his sister come over to me and ask for a picture with me. Technically, it isn't really allowed, but whatever, it made my day, so I stuck it to the man and took the picture.

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56.7%

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18.5%

Black or African American

10.7%

Asian

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Unknown

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French

11.1%

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5.4%

Mandarin

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Italian

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Arabic

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Portuguese

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German

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Russian

2.3%

Vietnamese

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Korean

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Japanese

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Hindi

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Tagalog

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Greek

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Ukrainian

0.7%

Thai

0.7%

Polish

0.7%

Turkish

0.7%

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Abercrombie & Fitch Careers

Average Length of Employment
H&M 2.0 years

Abercrombie & Fitch

1.5 years
Buckle 1.3 years
Lucky Brand 1.2 years
ragstock 1.2 years
Top Employers Before Abercrombie & Fitch
Hollister 28.0%
McDonald's 10.3%
Walmart 6.5%
Macy's 4.5%
Target 3.9%
Gap 3.7%
Subway 3.6%
Starbucks 3.2%
UPS 3.1%
Kohl's 3.1%
Kroger 3.0%
Wendy's 2.9%
Nordstrom 2.7%
Best Buy 2.5%
Top Employers After Abercrombie & Fitch
Hollister 14.1%
Target 8.9%
Macy's 7.3%
Walmart 7.1%
Nordstrom 5.1%
Gap 4.7%
Best Buy 4.2%
Amazon 4.1%
Starbucks 4.0%
Forever 21 3.8%
UPS 3.6%
US Army 3.3%
McDonald's 3.2%
AT&T 2.8%
Verizon 2.7%

Abercrombie & Fitch Employees Education

Schools

University of Central Florida

8.3%

Ohio State University

8.2%

Columbus State Community College

7.4%

Florida State University

6.2%

Florida International University

5.5%

Fashion Institute of Technology

5.4%

Michigan State University

5.2%

Texas State University

5.0%

University of South Florida

4.7%

University of Arizona

4.4%

University of Houston

4.1%

Miami Dade College

4.1%

Georgia State University

4.1%

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

4.0%

University of Texas at San Antonio

3.9%

Pennsylvania State University

3.9%

University of Phoenix

3.9%

University of North Texas

3.9%

Arizona State University

3.9%

Howard University

3.9%
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Majors

Business

21.0%

Psychology

10.3%

Communication

9.4%

Marketing

7.5%

Criminal Justice

5.4%

Biology

4.7%

Graphic Design

3.9%

Political Science

3.7%

Management

3.6%

Kinesiology

3.6%

Specialized Sales And Merchandising

3.5%

Finance

3.2%

Accounting

3.1%

Nursing

3.1%

Public Relations

2.8%

Liberal Arts

2.7%

Sociology

2.5%

English

2.3%

Computer Science

1.9%

Economics

1.8%
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Degrees

Bachelors

58.0%

Other

23.2%

Associate

7.8%

Masters

7.5%

Certificate

2.0%

Doctorate

0.7%

Diploma

0.6%

License

0.2%
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Abercrombie & Fitch Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

74.2%

Republican Party

25.8%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Jorie KentVice Chairperson $160,000Republican Party
Everett GallagherSenior Vice President $6,950Republican Party
Quinn PornerDirector $5,200Republican Party
Jorie Butler KentVice Chairperson $4,900Republican Party
Michael JeffriesRetailer $4,800Democratic Party
Stephen KeyesHuman Resources Executive $3,481Democratic Party
Jorle KentVice Chairperson $2,500Republican Party
Elia FilippiSourcing $1,000Democratic Party
Jori KentVice Chairperson $1,000Republican Party
Pamela LassersTravel Agent $500Democratic Party
Jeanetta DarnoChief Diversity Officer $500Democratic Party
John SingletonSenior Vice President $500Republican Party
Molly KuickDesigner $470Democratic Party
Shawn JohnsonDirector $377Democratic Party
Corey RobinsonSenior Merchandising Manager $350Democratic Party
Naeiri KhachikianMerchandise Planner $286Democratic Party
Eric GregoirePhoto Retoucher $265Democratic Party
DAN GilliganArt Director $250Democratic Party
Grant MineSenior Sourcing Manager $250Democratic Party
Christopher VennefronBusiness Manager $250Republican Party
Charles KesslerRetail $250Democratic Party
Bryan WrightProcurement $250Democratic Party
Ronald Robins JrLegal $250Democratic Party
Anne BoninsegnaRetail $225Democratic Party
Alexander LemmelAccountant $208Democratic Party
Hilary HamiltonSenior Travel Consultant $188Democratic Party
Kristen BellHuman Resources Coordinator $125Democratic Party
Danielle BurtonExecutive $105Democratic Party
Dinesh PenugondaRetail Management $101Democratic Party
Melanie TollesonSourcing $75Democratic Party
Lauren DisandroTravel Consultant $65Democratic Party
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Abercrombie & Fitch Salaries

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Engineering ManagerNew Albany, OH $365,000
Group Vice PresidentNew Albany, OH $360,000
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $225,000
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $214,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $190,000
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $177,000
Information Systems ManagerNew Albany, OH $170,000
Senior Channel ManagerNew Albany, OH $170,000
Information Technology DirectorNew Albany, OH $170,000
DesignerNew York, NY $165,000
Senior Channel ManagerNew Albany, OH $159,349
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $155,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $155,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $155,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $150,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $147,500
Senior Channel ManagerNew Albany, OH $147,222
Fashion DesignerNew York, NY $140,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $138,100
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $135,000
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $135,000
Fashion DesignerNew York, NY $130,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $130,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $130,000
DesignerNew York, NY $130,000
Vice PresidentNew Albany, OH $127,150
Senior Development EngineerNew Albany, OH $125,278
Senior EngineerNew Albany, OH $125,278
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $125,000
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $125,000
Design DirectorNew Albany, OH $125,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $120,900
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $120,000
Art DirectorNew Albany, OH $116,334
Application Software DeveloperNew Albany, OH $115,900
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystAustin, TX $115,440
Information Technology ManagerNew Albany, OH $115,400
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $115,000
Information Technology AnalystNew Albany, OH $115,000
Computer Software EngineerNew Albany, OH $115,000
Senior Information Technology EngineerNew Albany, OH $115,000
Fashion DesignerLos Angeles, CA $113,500
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $113,300
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $113,000
Senior Graphic DesignerNew Albany, OH $111,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $110,800
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $110,700
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $110,000
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $110,000
DesignerNew Albany, OH $110,000
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $110,000
Fashion DirectorNew Albany, OH $108,909
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $108,400
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $108,400
Senior Technical DesignerNew Albany, OH $108,400
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $108,400
Design ManagerNew Albany, OH $108,400
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $108,300
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $108,300
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $108,250
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $108,000
Senior Graphic DesignerNew Albany, OH $108,000
Product ManagerNew Albany, OH $106,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $105,600
Graphic DesignerNew Albany, OH $105,000
DesignerNew Albany, OH $105,000
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $105,000
Graphic DesignerNew Albany, OH $105,000
Senior Information Technology DeveloperNew Albany, OH $104,000
Information Technology AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Subject Matter ExpertNew Albany, OH $103,979
Information Technology AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Application Software DeveloperNew Albany, OH $103,979
Manager Information Technology ApplicationsNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology EngineerNew Albany, OH $103,979
Subject Matter ExpertNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Data ArchitectNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology EngineerNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Information Technology AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology DeveloperNew Albany, OH $103,979
Subject Matter ExpertNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $103,979
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $103,000
Senior Telecom EngineerNew Albany, OH $103,000
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,800
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Information Technology ManagerNew Albany, OH $102,794
Information Technology ManagerNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology DeveloperNew Albany, OH $102,794
Senior Information Technology Senior AnalystNew Albany, OH $102,794
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $102,500
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $102,500
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $102,500
Java Web DeveloperNew Albany, OH $102,000
Senior Graphic DesignerNew Albany, OH $101,800
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $101,500
Computer Systems AdministratorNew Albany, OH $101,100
Senior EngineerNew Albany, OH $101,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $101,000
Computer Systems AnalystNew Albany, OH $100,000
Product ManagerNew Albany, OH $100,000
Fashion DesignerNew Albany, OH $100,000
Information Technology AnalystNew Albany, OH $100,000
Human Resources AnalystNew Albany, OH $100,000
Senior DesignerNew Albany, OH $100,000
Graphic DesignerNew Albany, OH $100,000
Information Technology AnalystNew Albany, OH $100,000

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Abercrombie & Fitch Awards

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Abercrombie & Fitch Stock Performance

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Revenue

> $1B

Net Income

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Market Cap

$1,386,382,500

Total Equity

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Total Assets

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