Louis Vuitton of LVMH Careers and Employment
This company is a really progressive company. It helped me to understand fashion a lot. Going in to work was exciting when there were new drops. Also, it was fun shopping for people with unlimited budgets. Learned a lot and would do it again if given the opportunity.
Client Services Associate in Miramar, FL
on June 4, 2022
I was told from current employees to "watch out" and be careful of certain cliques. I thought if I just minded my business, I would have nothing to worry about. Within 2 weeks I had started being mocked and had the most absurd fictional rumors circulating. Initially I ignored this gossip but it escalated to a point where it was gravely affecting the workplace . I tried to reach out to management who claimed their door was "always open". Even after MULTIPLE reports from other people and myself, management seemed annoyed and was not only unhelpful but made the situations immensely worse. I am not anywhere near the only person who dealt with this issue. Many of my coworkers left this company due to managements incompetence to stick to the Louis Vuitton standards of treating their employees fairly or showing any empathy for creating a positive, healthy work environment. When I first started, I thought management was great. They even went as far as to have individual meetings with people and wanted to talk about peoples personal life in case of emergencies or to discuss mental health for possible leaves of absence. Basically, they marketed this tactic as a way to be connected to their workers and so the managers would be "in the know". However, that was not the case. Anytime someone had an issue to discuss with managers, the personal and confidential discussions were used as a way to make this person seem "emotional" or having "outside conflict" and that was the only reason they were reacting to the unfair treatment from others the way that they were. When in reality anyone who is dealing with disrespect from coworkers and asking for help from supervisors, is an average reaction. My supervisor also harshly questioned another coworker and myself on something neither of us were near comfortable with about the way we chose to present ourselves and that it "didn't make sense". My last straw was when it was brought up again with the same tone, this time with no one around.
Key Artisan in Alvarado, TX
on November 16, 2022
Good people, pay, support, benefits, environment, stability. If looking for the previous listed qualities it is a good place to work. But it is quality production so not for the lazy. However, not a very personally fulfilling job, so look elsewhere if that is high on your desires.
Artisan in Texas
on June 26, 2022
Production driven company. Only advancement ones gets is Management picks you and likes you. Want more always with the less people all the time. Supervisors are the ones held accountable but not the hourly people. Management hold grudges and retaliation is very common at LV.
Operations Supervisor in Alvarado, TX
on September 11, 2021
They have lost quite a few employees and will lose even more with the new schedules. The QAs are exclusive and petty. The TMs are rude and offer little assistance.
Client Advisor in Irving, TX
on June 10, 2021
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