Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – March 12, 2015
Being the first job I've held in my retail career, i learned what it meant to be a customer service representative, even though i was there for only a short time I learned a lot a grew from the experience
Me encantaba mi trabajo,yo era encargada de recivir y procesar el shipping,tenia buenos compañeros,una supervisora super especial,pero cuando al Mas grande de la compañia no le caes bien,todo Se viene abajo,dedique 2 años a la compañia y de 30 horas o mas,me bajaron a 15 horas y hasta menos,hasta que tuve que renunciar.Nada que ver con la compañia,sino con el poder que utilizan los grandes para derrotar a una buena empleada que amaba su trabajo.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 3, 2016
This boutique was very small and surrounded by other high end shops. Therefore, business was only in spurts. Most of the day consisted of restocking the clothes and updating mannequins. I did not like how slow it would get. Since the boutique was so small there were limited things to do when we were waiting on a customer to walk in.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Nanuet, NY – June 15, 2016
I was told I was hired and asked to give my college schedule and promised to be called Monday by Nanuet manger. He never called. I called Twice Tuesday only to have him say he was busy and would call back. Wednesday, a week after the interview, he said they weren't hiring anyone anymore and denied lying to me and saying I was already hired. I had turned down other interviews because he had CLEARLY told me I had a job. I believe he was so hesitant to get back to me because he knows he mislead me. He was then rude when I asked him why it took him over a week of me calling to get back to me and proceeded to hang up on me.
Relaxed work environment, fun time with customers.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 19, 2016
Working at Lucky Brand Jeans, was overall a pleasant experience. I liked being able to build relationships with customers and making friends with my coworkers. I learned how to effectively communicate with different types of personalities, and how being product knowledgable works to your advantage. The most rewarding part of my job, was being able to interact and have fun getting individuals into clothes they loved and felt comfortable in. The hardest part without a doubt, is still remaining friendly when circumstances get complicated. Making sure to still serve the customer, but keeping along with company policy.
Merchandising Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 5, 2016
Well I personally created a fun enivionment as well! Is much I could in a retail store....music, attitude & dancing, would get people going a lot! I love what lucky really stands for & sold it great in my store as well! I've none Gene from the beginning of Lucky. I'm still a believer! I've beeb in the fashion business a long time & have, with a great eye & style! I would love to talk soon if there is anything styling , merchandising. Best regards, Cynthia Kizerian
My co-workers were very respectful and helpful. Management was praise worthy, acknowledged hard work. I enjoyed working with my co-workers and management. I liked having my Ideas considered and being able to help others. I would help with stocking the jewelry and other few items, helped with the store display and mostly worked as a cashier. I learned a lot of things I didn't know about retail, it was all new to me. But I really did enjoy it.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 10, 2016
I have yet to work for a company that I enjoyed working for as much as I did while working for Lucky Brand. The management wasn't always the best, but you play the cards you are dealt with. I would also like to make note that the people I worked with were incredibly awesome and made work more enjoyable.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 24, 2016
a good place to work if you like retail the clientele are great people the discount is a huge plus at Lucky brand Jeans you'll never want to give that up, all the employees are up beat and energetic looking to make sure the day goes by quickly
Selling culture is very ingrained. Operational focus is lacking.
Visual/Support Lead (Current Employee) – New York, NY 10010 – April 30, 2016
As a brand, Lucky has always prided itself on good strong customer service. The selling training for the company has always been intensive. The visual standards training was a little lacking, but at my store in particular, I tried my best to turn that around. The staff are all very dedicated. The majority of the staff at my store has been there for 3 or more years, if that's any indication of how the company treats their people.
Pay is pretty good, they have a really good retention rate, managers have always been supportive.
The IT team is the worst I've ever dealt with in my 10 years in retail, the corporate visual team is the definition of "too many cooks in the kitchen", it seems like they don't talk to each other before sending out directives
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Manhattan Beach, CA – April 9, 2016
Lucky Brand requires very self-sufficient and self-driven employees, in management as well as an associate or stock person. You must have the ability to execute multiple tasks with little or no direction. This is a great way to learn what your strengths and weaknesses are, how you perform under pressure and also great for development purposes.
STYLIST AND SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 2, 2016
Just a bunch of fun people having fun and dealing with amazing quality clothing as well as a great employee discount. They do give fairly short breaks and I wish there was comission at a place that sells $140 jeans.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Locust Grove, GA – March 2, 2016
A typical day here is pretty light and easy. The customers are usually of an older and a more mature crowd, so customer complications are rare. The store is always clean and everything runs real smooth. I've learned to 'wardrobe' with this company as well.
A job that goes beyond the typical retail sales position
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 29, 2015
There are so many oppurtunities to be a great sales person with working for Lucky, you learn so much just by helping stlye customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting new inventory and trying them on and forming your own outfits to show to customers! Also, the discounts with the store are amazing!