successful and overall good place to gain experience
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – March 26, 2015
Levis is an organized system with a steady work flow on the weekends. Not many customers through out the week. I not only learned the jean numbers, but how to speak to people. Sometimes this is an awkward experience for some customers, other times they are just confused, to help make their decision easier is satisfying. It was hard to work the busy days when there's a lack of employees. This job requires employees to be proactive and attentive. I liked getting to know my co workers and to help people feel confident in the jeans they want.
at the outlets, convenient
short breaks, small store, sometimes a language barrier
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Camarillo, CA – April 20, 2018
I worked while I was in high school. It was a perfect fit for a high school student at the time. Management may be a little funky. I was top sales and received less hours than most of the people I worked with. This may have been due to the female manager at the time, yes, it's that ridiculous.
was very good job could become stressful very physcally demanding in my area loved the job pay was not good but it was yrs ago things have changed would work for this company again only had one bad supervisor
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – April 15, 2018
The whole Levi's culture is something everyone can appreciate. Levi's invented the first blue jean- that should sum it up for you. You will meet wonderful people- both coworkers and customers. I've met people from all over the globe who come to Levi's when they visit the States ( it's all considerably cheaper here than anywhere else).
The company puts an emphasis on bettering yourself and your communities, they actually provide paid time for certain community service event.
They're a company that gives a damm about you, and you can feel that when you're there.
Full Time Merchandising Supervisor (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – April 13, 2018
I loved working for LS&Co and hopefully would like to return eventually. If you’re promoted within the pay is pretty low, but being hired from outside you can get better pay. Management in my particular store was great except for the store manager who was very unproductive and pushed all of their responsibilities onto the rest of management while they played on their phone/computer in the back room.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – April 3, 2018
My overall experience was nice, the staff was friendly and the objectives were easy and fun. Your job would remain the same each day unless there was a big rush that required more associates to be on the sales floor. The amount of breaks and duration was fair. As for dress code, Levi's material is enforced.
Lunch sometimes provided, nice breaks, friendly enviroment
Sales Stylist (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – April 2, 2018
Levis is a great company, but they had some issues with our stores management. There was a lawsuit over break times, and manipulation of the time clock. The sales floor team was great though. Can get boring during week days, and overly busy during holidays (expected). Good discounts on Jeans, but still not good enough based on the salary.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV' – April 2, 2018
It was a pretty good part time job was still going to high school at this time so was there when i was off from school and high school related activates . Managers were very understanding and very helpful .
Plant Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 31, 2018
Excellent company to work for, sorry it ended. This company was educating employees all the time, great work culture, one of the best parts of the job was working with a great group employees and company and seeing all suceed.
Shipping and inventory (Former Employee) – Hebron, KY – March 30, 2018
either picking units or loading trucks you have to be fast and safe all the time,they have time limits on the job at Levi Strauss. You have a percentage that you have to make by the end of the week and if you don't make it you will receive a write up on it. After 4 write ups you can be fired.
you get your hours and then some. You get discounts on Levi jeans when they have sales.
fast pace on your feet for 10+ hours a day or night. Be able to lift 5 lbs. to 60 lbs.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Castle Rock, CO – March 21, 2018
I loved working for Levi Strauss and I loved the knowledge and background of the position. You get one free item if you make the month and a great discount. The only complaint was my management. But, other than that, it was a fantastic job and the friends I made there are still with me today.