One ex-employee decided to pull off a Robin Hood-inspired operation and steal clothes in order to give them to the homeless.
The management would have probably been appalled if they saw a homeless person wearing their expensive clothes. But some people thrive on creating chaos, and this worker is definitely one of them.
When you only recruit employees based on beauty, it means they might be lacking in other departments. All recruitment is done by scouting, which means A&F hires people without knowing much about them other than what they look like.
This could create uncomfortable situations in which the people that were hired aren't smart enough to actually get the job done.
Because everyone who works for A&F looks gorgeous, the store is a great place for people to come in and admire the beauty. Past workers tell they would get hit on all of the time, which some of them actually enjoyed.
People even wanted to take pictures with them as if they were A-List celebrities, a bit excessive in our option, but okay.
When people have dreams, they work hard to achieve them. Well, this girl's dream was simple: to work for Abercrombie & Fitch.
She did all she could, lost weight, and got in. But the job wasn't as dreamy as it seemed, so she quit and gained weight. You go, girl!
Make it Ugly
We would assume a sales representative's job would be to help us pick the clothes that look best on us. But not at Abercrombie & Fitch.
If an employee even bothered to answer your question, there's a great chance they lied to you just for fun. Recommending the uglier items means making sure they are actually sold.