Victoria's Secret Stores

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Good seasonal job, or part time. Plus, you get free bras sometimes!

Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) Los Angeles, CA (US)

ProsLike the products, clothes, lingerie. People at my store in Century City were nice, but that's not true of every store.

ConsHorrible pay (but that's expected for this type of retail job)

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    I felt like a cog in a corporate machine; my personal life, thoughts and beliefs didn't matter.

    Sales Associate (Former Employee)

    I worked at Victoria's Secret Stores

    Pros: Merchandise discount, sometimes we got free bras or beauty products, had… Cons: I was expected to devote my entire life to this store even though I was working part time. I didn't feel respected; when I… Advice to Senior Management: Your associates are people with lives and responsibilities. It is not realistic to expect them to give as much to the job as a… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More

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    Fun environment, long hours and shady management at times

    Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) Oklahoma City, OK (US)

    I worked at Victoria's Secret Stores

    Pros: Fun environment and always smelled good! Cons: Young girls can be caddy and management was not always… Advice to Senior Management: Don't steal from the company or try to get people fired just… More

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