Store Manager (Former Employee), Leesburg, VA – December 13, 2014
Pros: great leadership, great training and development for all levels.
Cons: rough pay for those that have been there the longest- new hires are offered more at this time.
Levi's is fantastic for anyone who wants to be in a stable selling environment. Over the past few years, management has been changing hands, but the upper management who is overseeing operations has been with LS&Co for some time. Very good team. Very good company to work for.
Levi's is the original denim maker and seller... iconic doesn't even begin – more... to give them credit for what they have done for causal wear in the US and global communities.
Levi's is also big on giving back to the community and does what it can to aid during disasters and has several channels of aid offered to team members in need.
Over all, I would give this company a high rating for being employed the only thing that I would have to say is it depends on who you immediately report to that will impact your feel of the company. There is a very strong leadership team there now, and it is seen in the stores! – less
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Sawgrass, FL – December 6, 2014
Pros: helpful enviroment
Cons: short breaks
a typical day at work is basically assisting customers the best you can, make sure that they are happy at the end of the day. the most enjoyable part of any of the jobs I had is interacting with the customers and you knowing that you are the reason they are smiling. The workplace is very productive. The time goes by fast because you will ALWAYS have – more... something to do rather its helping a customer, recovering the store or cashing them out at the register and that's what I think is so fun about working here – less
Stylist (Former Employee), Medford, MN – November 26, 2014
Help customers find and decided on what type of jeans or shirt they wanted and was looking for. How much men and women are different in the cloths they wear. Management was great overall, they know what they are doing and how to help employees to learn. Co-works were great, I worked well with all of them. The hardest part was fitting women for jeans, – more... as a man most women don't want you to help with this sort of stuff. Interacting with customers. – less
Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee), New York, NY – November 17, 2014
Pros: versatility, friendly environment
Cons: lack of challenges
When i worked at Levi i was a Sales representative on the floor and every morning all staff would gather around to discuss the new merchandise, sales and goals for the day.
I helped customers choose the best item that suits their style to ensure their satisfaction and great experience. Having interpersonal skills helped to carry out my duties a lot – more... easier because customers were comfortable talking with me and the relationship with coworkers, although minimal, was pleasant.
The hardest part of my job was guaranteeing a sale because although a customer is interested they may not be ready and you do not want to seem pushy.
The most enjoyable part of my job would be assisting the variety of individuals that entered the store. I worked on times square and many tourists would shop and i enjoyed helping them get the items they needed. – less
Technical Coordinator (Former Employee), Canton, MS – October 6, 2014
Cons: hours, managment, attitudes, union
I'm use to working for the government. Ive work for the navy for 10 year and another 3 as a civilian and iv learned alot of professional traits that i think a multimillion dollar company would have also.
Levi was very unprofessional. The Factory was dirty, equipment was broke everywhere. They even still have the old systems still hanging off the overhead – more... from 10 years ago. They didn't care about their employees, meaning they had no real training program or reward program setup. Their supply room never had the right tools or repair parts to fix everything and the first thing i was told when i was hired is "run it till it brakes". i could go on but what i learned from that experience was how to work on conveyor systems and basic maintenance on the facility. – less
FUn PLace to work, Met people from all over the world
Cahier/ Stocker (Former Employee), Primm, NV – October 1, 2014
Pros: discounts on clothing
Cons: you must wear their jeans and they are exspensive.
Although this was a fun place to work the amount of time driving to and from work is 90 mins. And the compensation is not enough for the economy. Also only offer part time to regular employees, and not much room for advancement.
Director, Commercial Planning (Former Employee), San Francisco – September 22, 2014
With an educated and committed team, LS & Co offers the ability to advance into ever more challenging roles and to be creative in your current role. Unfortunately, some of the strongest and most developmental managers have left the company due to the almost yearly reorganizations.