responsable du stocks (Current Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 23 November 2015
La compagnie la Senza est une compagnie productive et forte sur la vente a pression. malheureusement il est très difficile pour la compagnie d'offrir une horaire favorable pour la vie de famille. elle demande une disponibilité en tout temps et ne peut assurer aux employés des heures fixes hebdomadaires ou mensuelles.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 17 November 2015
Fast paced job with high paying benefits. At times it can become quite hectic, but there is a lot of hands on experience. Very professional work environment that promotes diligence and focus. Not much hands on training provided, I enjoyed working with the customers and satisfying their needs.
Visual Merchandiser/Stock Specialist (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 4 November 2015
I enjoy the job very, The hardest part of the job working very hard to meet the time deadline of the day, getting all product in the floor on time. I work well with all my co-workers. I leaned a great deal about time management. On a typical day every thing was done on time and put into their rightful place
Head Cashier (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 26 October 2015
There are SO many things wrong with this company.. Usually when you start a new job its the catty girl co workers who make your life a living nightmare. Not at La Senza (Yorkdale Location) The management team are who ruin everything for you. They lie about company policies like you are not allowed to associate with other associates outside of work. Or, not being allowed to have personal information like emails or phone numbers. All bull. Make sure you read all policies before working. When i started working there (5 months ago) i met about 12 girls. When i left (A week ago) there was only ONE of the 12 who remained because the rest had quit. The managers make it so hard to be happy at work. If its not one, its the other. And the communication between them is terrible. For example: If i had to book a day off id speak to Manager 1, she would approve, and when the day came Manager 2 would call me to yell about why i didnt show up for work. They lie about hours. During your interview they will tell you that you will get MINIMUM 20 hours a week - false. Most part timers were doing about 14-17 hours a week.They continue to hire people but the ones who already have the job dont get any hours! Its so infuriating. (I would continuously ask for more hours, but it was always no.) And on top of that they never pay what you work for. Make sure you count your hours down to the minute! I had to call pay roll and head office every two weeks because my pay was always atleast $100 short. There so many more things wrong with that specific location but i think ive written enough. Dont getmore... me wrong, its fun sometimes, the discounts great, most of the girls are super friendly but i wouldnt recommend working there.less
vendeuse et caissiere (Former Employee) – Galeries d'Anjou – 12 October 2015
accueillir les clients avec le sourire , les informer des nouvelles promotions ou des nouvelles collections , cerner leurs besoins , savoir ce qu'lis recherchent afin de mieux les aider , les aider en cas de besoins , toujours être la pour les conseiller .
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 7 October 2015
I was a cashier and merchandiser for La Senza. Although I enjoyed being a cashier and being up front with the costumers my favorite part was merchandising. I loved setting up displays for the different sales and seasons. The hardest part of the job was being away from my young kids at the time. The most enjoyable part of my job was the wonderful people I got to work with and the creativity I got to use.
Great environment to work in. Upbeat, fun and energetic!! Team is very supportive. I enjoy coaching and developing on a daily basis through out my scheduled shift. Absolutely love meeting and exceeding company expectations with business results and team leadership.
Harsh judgement and bullying from other employers.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 27 July 2015
Many times girls would ignore me because I was different, or because I got onto the tasks so fast and quickly that I was a threat. Managers would allow co-workers to take the fault of their actions. People would always take behind each others backs. It was like high school all over again.
Head of Cash Wrap Specialist (Former Employee) – winnipeg Mb – 11 July 2015
Working at La Senza was the beginning of my customer service experience. Maintaining customer satisfaction while still trying to reach a particular sales goal isn't the simplest of tasks. There were customers who would be rude and mean but you still had to smile and please the customer and carry on with your sale. Maintaining relationships with staff while working in a competitive environment was also a skill I had to acquire. When I was given the position of Power Seller towards the end of my time at La Senza some of the other girls felt threatened by me during shifts which would cause tension. Overall La Senza was a great first job experience. Making people feel confident and happy with how they look was always great way to end a shift.
Sales Associate, Cashier (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 10 May 2015
Engage customers in order to provide to them what they need in terms of product and quality services. • Promote brands when instructed • Process transactions in a time efficient manner • Maintain work area in terms of cleanliness and hygiene • Communicate current product features and benefits to customers
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Hamilton – 6 May 2015
My manager was very laid back we always were able to snack in the back and had more then enough time for breaks. When your on the floor you must meet your target for the day so you are able to contribute to the rest of the team. Awesome job, just not enough hours!