Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 September 2018
It's a pretty fun place to be the workers are easy to talk to and to get along with. The manager is really nice and very supportive. Although it's not busy, it's a pretty good place to enhance your work ethic and people skills.
50% discount and 30 minute breaks depending how long worked.
Not really busy most of the time which means less hours.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Aurora, ON – 25 October 2018
This job started out amazing. Love the products, love helping customers and seeing the happy looks on their face. This job does require sensitivity and patience since many people are indecisive, don't know what they want or are looking for, or uncomfortable with themselves/body. It was great being able to help people.
Commission was good, pay and discounts were good.
Only concern is the Aurora location (where I worked)... Very bad management and VERY catty and competitive coworkers. EVERYONE talks behind peoples backs, they say cruel things and will treat you poorly throughout your shifts. Straight up bullying in the workplace, it was unreal. I would rate 0 stars if I could. Way too much pressure to work here.
I would 100% recommend shopping here however they are nicer and give better customer service at any other locations. I would NOT recommend working at this location at all.
50% discount, commission, good pay, store itself + products, helping customers
Sales Associate/Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON (trinity) – 15 October 2018
Where to start?!? The management is bad including regional manager (talk behind your back, be little you, lack of training, etc). Also some of the managers like to time theft (some of the managers would get bad if you don’t clock them in while they shop or visit other people while they’re clocked in). Rest of staff are good, but not a place to work if you don’t know if you have your job in a week etc at a time.
Good discount, staff under management are nice
Poor management and regional manager, afraid not having a job
Sales associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 26 September 2018
I was able to learn more about the company and the products. Working in a bra store is different than working in retail, having pros and cons. However, I think I learned more working here than other retail jobs could give.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 24 September 2018
One of the best jobs I have ever worked at, but was not able to continue due to unforeseen circumstances that took place in my personal life .My boss Jean, was amazing and very understanding, all the employees got along respected management and each other. I enjoyed helping all customers and making sure that they were happy with what they had bought from us.
Great work environment, great pay and amazing managment
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – British Columbia – 13 September 2018
Energetic and fun, competitive work environment. The job was able to provide me with the schedule flexibility I needed while attending University. Perfect job to enhance sales experience and team dynamics.
Cashier/ sales associate (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 10 September 2018
A typical day at work was helping as many costumers as possible and keeping them happy and in good hands. I had dealt with being on the floor helping costumers with their needs and also being a cashier. I learned how to always bring a positive attitude into your workplace and costumers will reciprocate. I learned how to deescalate a situation if needed. Management was great and always included everyone and was there to always help. The culture of this company was amazing and very accepting of every ethnicity. The hardest part of this job was juggling being at cash, answering phone, and helping costumers on the floor but it was all manageable. The most enjoyable part of this job was the respect given by everyone in the environment and how the workplace was taken seriously but also made you want to be there.
Group meeting to make business and working less stressful.
A typical day at work consisted of delegating tasks and making sure the employees were tending to their sections and assisting as many customers as possible. I learned a lot about packaging and shipping online orders. Hardest part about the job was disciplining the employees. Felt like babysitting. Best part about the job was making customers feel great with their purchases and constructing the visual presentation of the store.
Stable schedule. Competitive pay.
Inventory is long. Typical female environment. Lack of respect for authority.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 31 July 2018
This company is very poorly managed to the point that they don't care that a large portion of stores are missing management positions and still expects its staff to function with excellence. The commission based environment causes for lots of stress and drama that is not handled with respect. Overall an unpleasant work environment.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 18 July 2018
La Vie En Rose is by far the worst company that I have ever worked for. I would never suggest to any one to work for this company. They are very cheap and pay you poorly and expect unrealistic sales goals and in return their is no sales incentives or anything that makes it worth your while.
The management is awful and not to mention catty. The managers love to gossip about their staff behind their backs making it a hostile and toxic work environment. They would sometimes sit on the phone and gossip for hours, usually with managers from other locations. Many of the girls who work there want to quit daily because of this.
I enjoyed working with the other sales associates and built some great friendships but the environment was still so toxic.
Everything was unorganized and poor about this company. The new stock was always done in a poor and untimely manner and usually dumped onto one sales associate.
The training was almost non-existent with this company. They basically threw you onto the sales floor after reading one booklet. Then they would expect you to know things they never bothered to teach you. Even the management team was clearly not trained well. They lacked managerial skills and it reflected badly onto the sales associates and the company as a whole.
excellent discount, some nice coworkers
Bad manager, unreliable hours, late schedules, long shifts, always slow, lack of training
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 23 June 2018
I honestly did enjoy working for the company mainly because of the staff members I got the honor to work with and the relationships I obtained, however some of the company policies and the way new management behaved I was not impressed and the lack of advancement was dissapointing.
Jai travailler la bas 2 ans et on es mal traiter par les employeur! Promesse daugmentation non tenu on parle de notre dos constament les chef dequipe ne conaissent meme pas le travail a effectuer donc les chefs son perdu et meme quand on quitte le 4% narrive pas et on dois faire affaire avec les normes du travail pour le.recevoir ! Tres tres degeu comme place
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 14 May 2018
La Vie En Rose was a very nice place to work. The atmosphere was calm and inviting. However, it was slow paced and I do better in fast-paced environments. Teamwork skills are essential as it is very team and goal oriented. The staff were strict yet laid-back when they could be. It was a very good experience for me and taught me a lot about retail.
Relaxed environment, free merchandise when we reached sales goals, all woman staff
Long hours on your feet, slow-paced, not much social interaction
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 2 May 2018
I worked at La Vie En Rose for over a year. I loved working with my team. Everyone who worked there were good team players, helpful, respectful, etc. We always had a fun time when all of us worked together.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 April 2018
My interests and needs as an employee were unfortunately disregarded by my employer so my work experience was short and not great. I had quit a previous job as i was promised to receive plenty of hours at La Vie en Rose and it seems as though that was a lie or something was misinterpreted because i received 0 hours for an entire month and then was demanded to work a day i specifically booked off. In that moment i was forced to quit because i could not go in to work