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For minimum wage it’s pretty much as expected. Very competitive for bonus or commission you’re pushed too sell an unrealistic amount per hour that’s in-achievable. The goals for commission or “bonus” are set so high that you can’t get more than your poor hourly wage...you’re encouraged to be down customers throats and it’s very uncomfortable.
All the staffs are very approachable and show appreciation even the store manager. Very easy job that sometimes I feel bored at work. I get employee discounts. Cons: you rarely get 8 hour shifts
Free snacks sometimes, employee discount
Short hours, minimum wage
It was a pleasure working for Victoria secret for the past two summers. I thrive in a fun, fast paced team environment. I loved getting to know all of the wonderful employees whom I became very good friends with. It was an honour to be apart of the company's success!
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I loved working here. The only problem was how management treated employees there was always a favourite game being played. They always picked certain people over others but as for benefits and how the actual company treated you it was very nice!
free items you get every once in awhile
Typical day shift at Victoria's Secret consists of: Opening and Closing Cleaning and re-organizing store merchandise (especially at cash) Understanding how to properly size women and fit them into their desired bra. Hardest part of the job is understanding not all women like fancy lingerie, therefore it is not in your best interest to start discussing pricey underwear and bras, as you may lose them at a customer.
Most enjoyable part of this job for me was learning about the product, as well as the floor sets. The Victoria Secret team is fantastic and all very friendly. Management wants to see you succeed and do their best to help you achieve high sales and great customer service. The hardest part of the job would have to be the hours and working holidays.
A typical day in this role, and in this company, requires you to wear many different hats. I spend most of my scheduled time on the salesfloor, overseeing daily activities and ensuring maximum productivity from all team members. I take ownership of assigned categories and their metrics, creating and executing compelling visual merchandising strategies and leading effective salesfloor behaviors to drive optimum store results. I am responsible for merchandise flow, and execute floor moves as needed. The hardest part of my job is working within and managing a large, and diverse team, but it is also one of the most rewarding aspects of the role. The company overall is highly invested in their employees, with frequent workshops dedicated to management team members to further enhance their skills. There is clear succession planning, and frequent opportunity for advancement.
Company demonstrates investment in their employees, frequent training and management education workshops, competitive salary, positive work environment
While working at PINK, I learned many interpersonal and communication skills while dealing with customers. My co-workers were always very accepting and friendly, as well as the management. Not too easy going with schedule changes, but not a big deal. The hardest part of the job was meeting the company sales goals per segment, and the most enjoyable would be socializing and meeting new people all day. Typically during a day at work I would greet and socialize with customers, help ring people through on cash, stock shelves, maintain sales floor standards, etc.
This was my first job and unfortunately was not a very enjoyable one. I would come in and grab my headset then head to the sales floor. I would assist customers, sell product and keep the clothing folded nicely. This led to a slow day because there would not be many customers and the ones that did come in more or less did not need or want help. At the end of the nights we would have to make sure all the clothes were folded properly and underwear was colour coded which took about an 1-2 hours. Luckily, my co-workers were very nice and made the days more bearable.
slow days with not enough tasks to be done.
During a typical day of work I would either work on the sales floor or in the back room. I enjoyed the backroom because I got to work at my own pace and fold clothes and do the markdowns. I found this most relaxing and time flew by. But, most days I would be on the sales floor selling products to customers and maintaining and organizing the product. We had an incentive to sell $300 of product every hour so I found this more stressful. Overall management and co-workers were friendly and easy to get along with. Although,after this experience I learned that working in retail is not for me.
Friendly co-workers and long hours.
Slow days due to overbooking staff with not enough tasks to be done or customers in store.
Any new employee will be hired for call-in shifts, meaning every day you have to work which will be an average of three days a week four hours each shift you will need to call in 2 hours ahead of time just for them to tell you that they do not need you. this will go on for about 4 months.
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