Hennes and Mauritz Drives Careers with P.O.P.

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.