Paradies Lagardère is the North American division of Lagardère Travel Retail, a global leader operating more than 4,400 stores across Travel Essentials, Duty Free & Fashion and Foodservice in airports, railway stations and other concessions in 34 countries worldwide. We bring 70 years of experience in creating pioneering trends, developing innovative – more...shopping and dining options and delivering engaging experiences for airport travelers across North America. Our expertise in international, national, local and proprietary brand development and management is industry renowned and complements our unrivaled proficiency and passion in delivering exceptional customer service, superior designs and award-winning operations.
• $1.2 Billion Sales
• 850 Retail Stores
• 170+ Restaurants and Bars
• 100+ Airports
• 10,000+ Associates
Opening our first airport store in 1960 and then igniting a retail revolution two decades later, we continue today as the premiere airport retailer in North America. Driven by consumer research and developed by innovative teams of designers, architects, merchants and operators, our extensive variety of retail solutions leads the industry in creativity, inspiration and customer centricity.
Our Dining Division is a true restaurateur. We specialize in experiences. This is achieved with the most attractive brand portfolio in the industry, inspiring and creative restaurant designs, and a self-proclaimed and playful “maniac” approach to industry-leading hospitality. – less
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Management is a complete mess
Written by Paradies Lagardère - Sales Associate (Current Employee) from Richmond, BC on 22 May 2018
This job would be tolerable if management wasn't so awful. You cannot call in sick since they are so understaffed (basically forcing you to come in) and the general managers are passive aggressive towards their employees. I have seen so many employees come and go within months of being hired. Coworkers make the shift by faster, but most times you are - more...
coworkers, good hours
management is awful, minimum wage, no sick calls allowed