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Anonymous shared this review of Victoria's Secret, United States on Oct 23rd, 2020
"Recently laid off many people but appear to be hiring again for key positions. I'd be cautious regarding fair salaries and opportunities for growth."
Anonymous shared this review of Victoria's Secret, United States on Aug 26th, 2019
"Be very clear about what you want especially with leadership."
Anonymous shared this review of Victoria's Secret on Mar 5th, 2018
"Good pay but demands your time on nights and weekends. "
Anonymous shared this review of Victoria's Secret on Mar 31st, 2016
"There are a lot of women in senior leadership positions. Family friendly workplace (corporate headquarters)"
"When I worked at Victoria's Secret as a Sales Associate the entire team from the store manager to the assistant managers to the sales associates were all female. I don't recall ever meeting a male employee."
"This company is 98% women, with women in high level executive positions, selling product to women and they have some of most anti-woman policies. They want you to work up until you deliver, and my manager actually called me even though she knew I was in labor. They switched the health insurance so it covers the bare minimum - every time I go to the Dr for a bi-annual check-up if I have something more than my blood pressure taken in charged. I honestly believe I would be better off dropping my insurance and negotiating directly with my doctor. Management is not supportive of pregnant women or families. I have been chastised for taking my lunch to pump and as a result had to give up breastfeeding. If you are single, enjoy working long hours without recognition and don't plan on having kids anytime soon this is the place to be. The sad part is it wasn't always like this and I see it as getting worse."