Victoria's Secret Employee Reviews for Cashier/Sales
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The communication at this job is horrendous. I should know because of the complaints I would get daily from customers. Additionally, during hectic times, cashiers would often get yelled at or scolded over headsets for honest mistakes. Registers were faulty, breaks were rarely given, and employees were not appreciated unless they were favorites. Above all, I went well over a month without ANY hours. I wouldn’t recommend working here unless you want headaches and mistreatment.
Short breaks, no hours
This job has things called “on calls” they will tell you last minute if you are going to be working a couple hours AFTES you were supposed to get off. There are days you will work until 2-3am because they take as advantage of you time. The management is a joke. The money is truly not worth it. And can’t forgot about the 15 minute breaks that the manager on duty will most likely forget to send u on
Short break, bad hours
I was hired as a seasonal and kept on after my initial contract had ended. I met wonderful people during my time as a seasonal but almost all of the seasonal girls were let go once our contracts ended. Those who were kept either had good selling skills, customer skills, or just general skills (able to clean & organize quickly, cash desk, or in my case not have any complaints against me according to the manager). The management clearly favoured certain girls and if you weren't a good seller the less hours you got. Management would talk behind your back about you and others and was generally very fake in personality regardless if you worked there or was a customer coming into the store. The girls who have worked there for longer were also more likely to be rude and judgemental towards you. More often then not they will be the ones stealing your sales.
Fake coworkers and management
Management gets away with murder is all I will say.Managers are nasty and disgusting, very much rude towards most workers and never ever take workers needs into consideration. Very unhealthy atmosphere. Starting is okay until managers feel like they’re reading to toss you over the entire place.
Decent pay. Place to grow and learn, with amazing coworkers!
Some coworkers and (very few) friendly customers are what makes this job worth it. There is such a competitive atmosphere here and I don’t understand why, it’s a minimum wage job in Temecula. Management here is so biased it’s ridiculous, managers and their favorite employees can bend the rules but others can’t. Also do not think you mean anything to them. The managers just see you as how much money you bring in or how many credit cards you get. I remember I called them when I was throwing up to tell them I couldn’t make my shift, the store manager said “oh really ok, well that’s going to be a point since your shift starts soon.” I should’ve quit then.
discounted store items
terrible management, lots of karen’s
ManagementBasically if you're not one of their favorites, they treat you like garbage. Managers will talk poorly about an employee to OTHER employees. Always caused unnecessary drama.OverallIt's an alright job. The pay is alright. The coworkers are alright. People will steal your sales and then you'll get in trouble with management. So be careful.
OverallI'm not really type of person that likes to write reviews, but this really was a bad place to work... Work life balance, management, pay and benefits among other things were all pretty bad. For a minimum wage job, working here is not great.... You're better off elsewhere...
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I got my first job here and was super excited when I first started working here. However they taught us to racially profile and always assume someone of a different race was going to steal. I almost always got stuck ringing up people instead of helping people on the floor which is what I expressed interest in. My coworkers were great people and we stayed in touch after I left but I didn't enjoy the job and was happy to leave
I loved working here because of the community. Working with a group of women was an awesome experience and all my coworkers were really accepting and chill. I will not lie, for a retail job it took a lot of work. From the late night shifts spent rearranging the whole store, to dealing with rude customers, to staying on top of your game when it came to knowing the products you were selling, it wasn't easy. But if I had the chance to do it all again I would, I learned so much and the happiness I felt when helping another girl feel sexy and comfortable with her body was like no other.
Most of the employees were collage students who didn't really have good customer service. They were very disorganized on where to put people. At the end of the day many people would just stay and talk rather then finish cleaning up or helping.