Client Advisor (Current Employee) – Roseville, CA – January 25, 2016
The experience at a high end luxury store begins with the customer service. He/She will determine whether they will have a pleasant or horrible experience especially if it is their first time shopping with a high end luxury company.
Great company, great benefits, great discounts, great people, always pushing to be better
Corporate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 4, 2016
Smart people with a good work ethic. Management & people care mostly about their own success, and do not foster a growing environment. Minimal work life balance with constant pressure to work long hours and increase productivity.
discount, experience, a few good people
egos, culture, management, no work/life balance, poor attitudes
Not the ideal job if you are an individual that likes a light work environment its a very micro management company so for the people that are use to have more freedom on they work environment it can be tough.
benefits and compensation
half hr lunch no breaks through out the day micro management to the core.
Regional Visual Merchandising Manager Midwest (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 8, 2016
A very reputable brand with a very solid foundation. Excellent benefits but little career advancement opportunities for those in store. Management and executive teams have little or no stability and are continuously shifting.
client services (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 10, 2016
A typical day at work would include high volume calls. Followed by great customers who love to shop. I learned so many things through this job. The most important thing would have to be luxurious customer service. The hardest part of this job would be the number of calls we take throughout the holiday season. What I enjoyed the most about this job was assisting customer find the perfect gift for themselves or their beloved ones. It was very rewarding knowing that you assisted someone who needed help.
Very Corporate Professional Environment; Overall Exceptional Place to work
Digital Merchandising Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 1, 2015
-Amazing managers that are truly experts in their fields -So much pride in working for such a well known luxury company -Ability to move departments and get promoted -Very face paced -Learned what it was like to launch a new web site and so much about the Digital world -Amazing colleagues that I've stayed in touch with over the years -Dealing with the different mentality of digital between the French and American -
Internship (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 10, 2016
My internship entailed working on multiple projects. Learnt customer relationship management. My co-workers were professional. Hardest part of the job was long working hours. Most enjoyable part was the completion of projects.
Client Advisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 15, 2016
Louis Vuitton is going through a great deal of growth and change. Adding commission is a huge step in a direction that compensates the employees as well as having a new creative director. Change is GREAT, but takes time ...
Fragrance Consultant (Current Employee) – CA – January 21, 2016
It's a company that grows on you its simply, just a great environment, great management. Great staff, beautiful management skills, and learning is always fun there. Look forward to working for them again in the near future.
I would assist (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 11, 2015
While at working at Louis Vuitton I was in charge of a variety of things. On a daily basis my team and I would receive, send out and merchandise shipments in back of house. On slower days when were not expected to receive as much shipment, I would assist out on the sales floor with clients. Through effective communication and evaluating my client’s needs I was able to always successfully satisfy my client in one way or another. During the holiday season of 2014 me and my team exceeded sales expectations and had the highest sales of all other Louis Vuitton locations in the region.
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 21, 2012
Typical day involved monitoring cash activiity, retail store activity, daily accounting activity for wholesale and retail divisons of Celine and Pucci fashion brands. Most important thing learned was keeping perpetual records for wholesale and retail inventory. Co-workers were the top of their profession. Most challenging part of the job was late hours reporting monthly and quarterly reports to the parent company. Enjoyed setting up monthly closing binders with supporting schedules for balance sheet accounts,
health benefits and 401k
some aspects of position such as payroll, inventory management and sales audit were outsourced not having much involvement.
Busy, Constant, Not Very Progressive For Employees
Client Services Liaison (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 28, 2015
Working with Louis Vuitton was an excellent experience and introduction to the luxury retail world. However, little compensation is provided to the company's employees. It is among the few luxury retail brands that do not offer comission to their employees and little to no recognition to its operational staff. Additionally, there are rarely accommodations made to clients in regards to store policies.