sales associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 August 2017
The downside of this job is that they always want more, your best is never good enough and they also tend to pick favoritism which can affect you. However, it all starts with the management, which is very poor and due to that we lost a lot of amazing staff. Aside from that it was a rewarding job knowing that you have the power to help women feel comfortable with there body.
Very coordnated workplace, friendly, always caring for customers in a professinal matter
Power Seller (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 10 November 2016
- Learned to open and close store by myself and be in charge of maintaining the store with other employees. - Management was very caring for their employers. - Making sure the tills are all in order for the beginning and ending of the day. - Sending out payroll and the slips from days/ week before. -Nothing was very hard about that job as I was trained very well.
Power Seller (Current Employee) – Guildford, BC – 20 October 2016
Enjoy getting to interact with new people and being able to help women feel beautiful and confident. The management and my colleagues are amazing at supporting me, helping me and are great role models to being a great power seller.
Productive workplace that teaches a lot about responsibility
Key Holder/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Pickering, ON – 13 October 2016
We send emails to head office about 3-4 times a day reflecting on the day. I've learned how to do managerial tasks while working here like calling references, putting together paperwork, directing store visuals, and directing the store. The most difficult part about working here is that there is not much room for growth within the company. The most enjoyable part is giving women confidence and making them feel good about themselves after leaving our store. My co-workers are also a joy to work alongside.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 8 September 2016
- Typical Day: worked only for seasonal - Learned: color spectrum of how to display the items - Management: a bit messy - Co - workers: some were snobby, some were friendly - Hardest part: tedious folding
Positive work environment, with an upbeat and outgoing staff
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 16 July 2016
Attempting to have good daily sales while selling La Senza merchandise. I've learned more specific lingerie measurements and types to be able to sell more efficiently to customers. My management and co-workers are all upbeat, hard workers, with good team work skills.
My co-workers and regular customers really make me like working there the most. There is room for promotions and raises which is nice. As of right now I'm just looking for something more full time because my hours got cut dramatically.
Sales Associate/Key Holder (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 9 June 2016
First off you need to be prepared to work only with females, and sometimes a lot of stuck up, snobby, females. They do expect you to always look busy, even if there is absolutely nothing left to do. That being said, a lot of retail jobs are like that. It was a fun atmosphere, and I enjoyed helping women feel good because bra shopping is NOT a fun thing for a lot of people. My manager was a joke, and hid in the back room pretending to be working a lot of the time, even though she was just playing on her phone. All in all, typical retail experience.