Victoria's Secret
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About the company

  • CEO
    John Mehas
  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Sales Associate
£8.95 per hour
Sales Assistant
£8.47 per hour
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Seasonal Sales Associate in Westfield Stratford City, Greater London
on 10 March 2021
Good for seasonal work. That's it really.
Not the best place I've worked in. Although some customers and colleagues made the work fun and enjoyable, it was unbearable majority of the time. As a seasonal temp I was pushed into the deep end w/o any formal training and product knowledge. After a month you pick things up but it didn't make things any better. I was constantly placed in the same section which made each shift boring and unbearably long, I wasn't given a variety of work to do, and I didn't even get to work on the tills. The management however was really nice, supportive, and accommodated hours to my availability but it would never have been enough to continue working here. If you have any mental health conditions I do not recommend working as VS.
Sales Associate in Brent Cross Station
on 24 February 2021
The work is stressful but it Is amazing! Colleagues are fun and we can all relate. everyone got on together. Competitive to when it comes to sales. Different, more comfortable environment
Sales Associate in Bond Street, London w1
on 1 February 2021
Beautiful Store but Hard Work!
I was over the moon to get to be invited to work at the flagship store on Bond St in London’s West End. The store is stunning and I felt proud to work there. But the problems began from the day I started. Managers and floor leaders were kept quitting suddenly putting other staff in charge who were not qualified in managing, resulting in not receiving the proper training. There was so much to learn and it was expected of you to know it all immediately. There was constantly bullying and telling off and you are made to feel dumb or inadequate, to the point where you break and are constantly upset . The shifts can be scheduled morning, noon or night I was getting home midnight sometimes. So be prepared for all hours. As gorgeous as the store is I decided to leave after 4 months. No job is worth that much misery.
Sales Assistant (Temp) in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 27 January 2021
I only worked here as a temp but actually got my contract ended earlier than I thought without any notice, so I was a bit taken back as I then had no income.Most of the staff members were friendly but also it is very cliquey which I didn't get along with. you have to wear an ear piece so you tend to get nagged quite a lot to do tasks in your ear, so was quite stressful.
Sales Assistant in United Kingdom
on 22 January 2021
Educational yet tedious
You will learn to go above and beyond in your role.The culture is unsettling.Management and team is yet to understand the power of owning their role.
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