Hennes and Mauritz has revived its Place of Possible push to welcome job seekers to explore career opportunities with the brand.
Hennes and Mauritz has launched Place of Possible, a branding campaign aimed at attracting the best in retail talent. The push endeavours to make H&M top-of-mind for job seekers considering career opportunities. The effort features the brand’s own employees from stores across the United States.
A returning platform, the exercise being run this year builds on the intrinsic value of the marque’s “we are one team” approach and takes a deeper dive into the idea of community. Since its US debut nearly two decades ago, the company has supported a model which bases its operations on said concept.
As the campaign will reflect, Hennes and Mauritz is dedicated to affording a competitive benefit package to its family of employees. Several core changes will be introduced to its part-time structure from this year onwards. The key is to create opportunities around one’s professional and personal needs.
A main step is a weekly schedule commitment with options ranging up to 12 minimum hours guaranteed for part-time staff from March through December. Meanwhile, a fresh scheduling mobile application will provide more flexibility and a simpler process for workers to pick up hours and swap shifts.
In addition, Hennes and Mauritz will grant eligible part-time personnel six weeks of paid parental leave. The network operates more than 500 locations throughout America today, and continues to grow its ecommerce business.