Victoria's Secret Employee Reviews in Los Angeles, CA
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The company pays well and has good benefits and good values. It solely depends on what location you are in as to how much you will advance and enjoy it. Some managers are great and others look great to those above them. I enjoyed my time but worked very hard and long hours for my money. Too much pressure on staff for credit cards
Work-life balanceYou life is an after thought. Higher ups take holidays off and expect store manager to revolve their lives around the business when they do not schedule themselves the same way.Pay & benefitsDecent BenefitsJob security and advancementThis company promotes based in who likes you. You will not promote if you are not part of the liked crowd, regardless of performance.ManagementManagement expects a horse and pony show for visits. They love fake smiles and being told their plans are amazing even with they are mediocre. District Managers are not professional, and do not hold themselves to a high standard.CultureReally poor culture. Upper management at the regional level that doesnt take employee concerns seriously.OverallWorst employer ever. District managers for the most part have unreasonable expectations and do not have great communication. The teams deal with verbal attacks from unruly customers and VS leadership does not understand what is really happening in stores because regional managers put in a pure show when leadership visits. Local LP will tell you to recover merchandise even though the company says not to.
Highly recommended for seasonal time, good hours good pay and good discount aswell. Team is nice and generous, you have to work quickly and correctly, over all good environment.
Good pay, good hours during seasonal time.
Don’t really get hours when there isn’t any hollidays.
My personal experience at Victoria's Secret was not horrible, but not entirely something to brag about. The blind siding with "on call" hours, shipment processing made conflict for me not being able to find a sitter or someone to take my daughter to school, but did they care? no.
This company started off as a great company to work with they had excellent commission and great bonuses over the past two years there was a decline though. Which ultimately made employees unhappy with the amount of time and energy spent to secure sales with less pay with the same amount of work. There’s not a lot of room for growth only when one person quits , Or for holidays. This used to be a sought after job but now you should basically choose to work at another retailer because if you work here they require a lot of hard work , and the stress does not match the pay .
40% discount, get a small bonus usually $100-$200 monthly if the stores meets its goals
Not flexible schedule, high expectations for low pay
Everyday was different. Every day had a different goal, a different promotion. I learned how to talk to people . I learned about word playing. I learned alot in this job more than just selling. I learned there is such a thing as favortism as well. The best part was working with my coworkers we all got along and made sure we were getting the job done. Only compliant would be management. they never cared about what you had going on. like who cares you need a transfer and your job is an hour away now. and then get fired. meanwhile they get late and they fix it.
easy, great pay
VS does a good job at advancing and promoting within the company or said store. If one is eager to learn and grow, VS does offer training and mentors (managers). Work/life balance is okay, being a visual person it's hard because things are constantly changing. Very fast paced. Need to be able to multitask.
Fast pace, great benefits, Pto, advancement, traveling opportunities