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Casual, layered and preferably their jeans.

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Went through several interviews, recruiter, District Manager and Regional Manager. Bring energy and passion for the product to the interview. If however, you are not an aggressive sales person, don’t bother, you will not win at Lucky Brand.

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Never. Never

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Be upbeat and have some edge, the store is very casual with a cool edge. Management and staff were all in their 20 somethings.

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To my knowledge, Lucky employees are not administered drug tests.

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The style is pretty casual. Think Americana, or music festival. Emphasis on denim. It is a denim company, and that is most important.

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They asked about for details about yourself, what you are doing, your current job or past job and you knowledge of product.

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Typical shifts for me were 4 to 6 hours, but would occasionally get a full 8 hours or more. My store had a lot of college students so scheduling worked best with shorter shifts.

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Invest in your people. Teach your people the importance of working hard, giving back and empowering others. Offer a commission structure to all associates that are expected to sell. They will be more driven to sell, as well as impact KPI's.
Offer mgr retreats where mgrs are taught to to lead and teach to sell. Offer interactive teaching styles. Challenge leaders on their ability to teach others vs. Telling others what to do. Empower your sales staff. And support your store managers and have a 0 tolerance harassment policy.

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