Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Somerville, MA – March 21, 2019
Not an enjoyable place to work. You are required to sell a lot without any incentive, forced to speak and dress in a certain fashion. Required to get customer information at any means possible just for the company to have their information and send them tons of emails.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – March 19, 2019
After visiting Lucy a few times, and bringing my friends in for the massive sale they were having, the associates there recognized my charisma and salesmanship. One of the associates encouraged me to apply. I did and was hired.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – March 17, 2019
I enjoyed coming into work casual and wearing jeans because that is soul of Lucky brand, the jeans. I learned a lot about both men and woman jeans and how each style is made to fit each individual. Management was
I enjoy working here.But the pay is not very satisfied.
Staff Accountant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 10, 2019
Great place to work with if the salary is not the first thing you are looking for. Generally speaking, it is a cool place to work in. Don't need to dress up every day. You can wear jeans to work which is very nice.
SUPPORT ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Dawsonville, GA – February 25, 2019
Lucky Brand was a fun job with great coworkers. The management was decent. I learned out to be organized. A typical day at work includes folding clothes, speaking to customers, and checking people out.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – February 19, 2019
If you love denim, clothing and want a good discount, this is the place for you. Amazing discount for employees. Upper management out of state, very little managing from higher up. Everything you can control is what you have to worry about. If you don't operate in a huge 1.5M store, you will never get any recognition.
Regional Manager in Training/ District Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 11, 2019
Lucky is a great brand. They employ smart, fun hard working people. There is room for career growth and advancement at Lucky. You will be challenged at Lucky but the rewards are great. Lucky has great benefits.
The hours are usually limited but the opportunities are abundant for seasonal employees. The discount is great and is perfect for taking advantage of if you want a fun part-time job. In terms of career advancement, the opportunities are somewhat limited but a position with Lucky will give you decent work experience.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – February 9, 2019
The management was corrupt and attempted to steal from customers. The manager at the time was racist, and claimed the district manager agreed with her. It was somewhat of a hostile work environment. To top it off when applying to jobs, they are so unorganized that they say they have "no record" of me working there, even though I was a supervisor there for a year.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – February 2, 2019
Clock in, check my sales goal, try to reach it for the day as well as engage with customers to pursue that sales goal. Try and open up store cards as well. Learned how to communicate in the workplace with customers as well as my team. Hardest part was trying to assist customers who wouldn't interact with you kindly. Most enjoyable part of the job was the feedback i would receive from customers on how amazing my service was towards them.
Project Coordinator I Retail System (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 13, 2019
Amazing place to work. Management empowers everyone to shine from within. No silo'd departments to navigate, They encourage you to take on more responsibility and have no problem acknowleding when you're doing a great job.