Okay, so I work at Abercrombie and fitch. I work almost as much as the mangers. I do 25-34 hours a week, which is an amazing thing, considering most people only get 6 hours a week. My managers want me to become a mit (manager is training), and then become a manager. They know I don't have a college degree. They don't care. The thing is that only district managers hire managers. My old district manager loved me a lot and so does my new one. I met her twice only, but all my managers said she likes me. The thing is I don't want to lie to her and say I have a college degree, and then get fired if she finds out. We had managers in the past that didn't have college degrees, but they don't check it. The thing is they would for me because I'm not a manager and she probably looked up my status. The thing with Abercrombie and fitch is it is ALL favoritism. If your district manager likes you then you have a much better chance of moving up in the company. Do you think some district managers wouldn't care and put it under the rug? Have you ever known people to do that
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If I had a degree and was working at Abercrombie and fitch I would be thinking on my life choices real hard. There's zero chance people pay thousands of dollars every few months just to be paid slightly more than minimum wage while they slowly develop asthma from excessive cheap perfume.
They want to keep you grateful for anything they throw at you so you'll be less likely to try bargaining for anything better. It sounds like you're pretty sound in the favoritism. Don't buy into their college manager bs.0