Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 August 2017
A great place to work for. There are a lot of perks. The discount is great. Staff are wonderful. A day at victoria secret consisted of making daily staff schedule. Training new employees. Downside is no place to move up.
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 25 April 2017
Overall, Victoria Secret is a good company to work at it has many perks. However, the location that I worked at was not the best. Management at this certain location was not the best. Constantly told us to wear makeup to work and did not respect the fact that some of us had school and exams.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 25 April 2017
Working for the company itself was great. They give you a gratis when you first start which includes a bunch of free merchandise, as well as free clothing items every couple of months for employees. The discount itself wasn't bad either. Although it's a great place to work and staff themselves are really friendly, the managers can be stuck-up and rude. You always feel watched and untrusted and as if they are talking down to you. They also cut hours, and when you ask for an explanation, they can't give you one.
Costumer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 April 2017
The work environment is extremely fast and you must always be "on" with customer service. Management is very selfish with employees time, and wants part-time employees to be completely devoted to the job.
Cashier/Sales & Support Generalist (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 12 April 2017
I worked at Victoria Secret for a year and a half in the beginning I found the other employees made it hard for me to feel comfortable but the pay and hours were great. Once the management changed you'd receive shifts based on your friendships rather then your performance which is why I'm looking for a new job at the moment. Overall good environment if you make the right friends.
Great store discount
Bias towards those who got shifts based on friendships
Cashier/Sales Associate/Keyholder (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 12 April 2017
The store has extremely strict procedures and policies regarding everything - floorsets, selling to customers and attitudes. The management was the worst part. They were strict, unclear with instructions and quick to anger and frustration. They liked to bully people around and make them feel little and powerless. I would not recommend this job.
Merchandising Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 8 April 2017
I really liked working here and the job attracts a lot of people who are really great. Unfortuantely, there is a lot of pressure around sales and the company never really seems to be satisfied with the work that is done.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 8 April 2017
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.
Fun Workplace that continuously Teaches and Motivates Staff
Sales & Support Generalist (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 2 April 2017
Victoria's Secret is a fast paced environment with many aspects to the job. As a sales & support generalist you get to learn not only how to manage and work the floor but you are also taught sales, bank deposits, cash flow, inventory, shipment and customer service. Victoria's Secret has a wonderful staff and management team that makes working long hours much easier and is a fun atmosphere to be in. The company has wonderful values not only towards their customers but their employees as well, we are all treated with the upmost respect. Overall working here has taught me a lot about the retail industry, customer service and the importance of the consumer.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 March 2017
Working at Victoria Secret equipped me with the skills to engage and service different types of people. Each day new customers come into the store with completely different needs and as a sales associate it is my job to find out exactly what that need is. A typical day at work involves conversing with customers, both prospective and definite, and making sure that their style requests are being met to the best of the company's ability. Ringing through sales and engaging with customers at the cash wrap is also part of a typical day, as well as replenishing merchandise and keeping the store organized and tidy.
The management at Victoria Secret is very efficient and knowledgeable which makes for a very informed team. The managers are friendly and always take time to give feedback and offer support.
The hardest part of the job is overcoming styling barriers. It's not always that you are able to give someone the exact product that they want and so it can be a challenge finding them something similar that will fit their needs.
The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a team of people who are driven and know their craft well.
Sales and support generalist (part-time) (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 1 March 2017
I learnt so much hands on the job and i am pleased for this experience, I got good support from my managers and colleagues and this helped me grow and perform at my uttermost best whilst working here. a typical day at work required standing for long hours when scheduled, performing repitiive tasks some times
Setting up merchandise on the sales floor (Current Employee) – Montréal-Ouest, QC – 23 February 2017
it was a pretty fun place to work giving people really good customer services is really their goal and they try to push that to every single one of their workers their management is flexible and conscious of students lives outside of work.
holidays will keep you busy and pockets flowing
dead season means less hours if you are not full time
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 February 2017
The work itself was very straightforward, but I felt as if the other employers were not very accepting, and not able to let me be alone to do my job. Instead, they hovered and watched my every move not trusting that I could do what I was told, which made me very uncomfortable. The group of people that were already working there when I went in were not very accepting of new employees and made me feel out of place.