H&M's Hiring Perks Are Latest Move In Retail War For Workers
Low-price, fast-fashion retailer H&M is getting aggressive in trying to find quality job applicants, offering up to five weeks paid vacation.By Cliff Judy | May 14, 2015
H&M wants more people in its stores. It might sound like a painfully obvious statement, but we don't mean customers.
The low-price, fast-fashion retailer has rapidly expanded in the U.S. the past several years with more than 100 new stores opening between 2014 and the end of 2015. (Video via H&M)
Now, instead of the fashion-focused billboards you might be used to, H&M is advertising jobs — thousands of them — and hoping the perks attract quality applicants.