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Anonymous shared this review of Lush, United States on Jul 2nd, 2021
"I hope you aren’t physically disabled because Lush doesn’t seem to want you as their employee, certainly not long-term. They will only go so far to make accommodations. I was hired on false pretenses before a corporate intervention informed me otherwise. I’m already bonded with my team, I enjoy my work, and I’m reluctant to leave them, but if I’d known then what I know now, I’m unsure if I would have applied to work there. There’s a lot of emphasis on leading with empathy and accepting others where they’re at, but it doesn’t seem like this extends to employees. For all the work we do as sales ambassadors to build relationships with customers and hopefully retain them, there is no interest in building them with new hires once it’s discovered that the store manager wrote some checks with her mouth during the hiring process that the bottom half couldn’t cash. I’ve yet to find any policy on the company intranet that says what I want can’t be done. Proceed with caution."
Anonymous shared this review of Lush, United States on Feb 21st, 2020
"Great place to work, but is very demanding. Work-Life balance is hard to keep with no set schedules and no weekends off unless requested"
Anonymous shared this review of Lush on Feb 4th, 2019
"The majority of the retail leadership are women who grew up in retail, many are moms, and many travel in their roles with kids at home. They get it. I feel like we support each other through those late shifts and weekends, and help out when needed because a kid thing came up."
Anonymous shared this review of Lush on Aug 4th, 2017
"I would not recommend this employer for another woman. While there are many women in positions of leadership, they form a mean girl's club, where they foster growth in males and allow the men in the company to behave inappropriately and subject outsider females to intense scrutiny."