Working at Bath & Body Works: Company Overview and Reviews

Bath & Body Works
Bath & Body Works
3.9
6974 reviews
Bath & Body Works Ratings
3.9
Average rating of 6974 reviews on Indeed
3.7Work-Life Balance
3.3Pay & Benefits
3.2Job Security & Advancement
3.6Management
3.8Culture
Headquarter
Seven Limited Parkway East Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Retail

Popular jobs at Bath & Body Works

 Average SalarySalary Range
Sales Associate
434 Salaries reported
$11.62
per hour
$7.25-$17.45
Retail Assistant Manager
588 Salaries reported
$16.01
per hour
$7.25-$27.30
Seasonal Associate
336 Salaries reported
$11.32
per hour
$7.25-$17.00
Cashier/Sales
44 Salaries reported
$11.65
per hour
$7.25-$17.50
Supervisor
30 Salaries reported
$15.67
per hour
$7.80-$23.55
Salary Satisfaction
82%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 3816 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Bath & Body Works

3.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Troy, MI | Dec 13, 2019
Fun and kind of easy to work at . But they play favoritism on who they give hours to. They only schedule you twice a week. Maybe 3 days a weeks
Fun and kind of easy to work at . But they play favoritism on who they give hours to. They only schedule you twice a week. Maybe 3 days a weeks , if you’re lucky. And if you get another job; pays more and gives you hours. The managers then want to give you more hours but get mad and when you have to call off .
3.0
Cashier/Stocker | Aventura, FL | Aug 30, 2018
Productive
They gave me the hours. They would also give me over time during the Holidays, especially due to the fact that the Job was located in a very popular Mall.
ProsDiscounts on Mechandise
Consn/a
4.0
Retail Sales Associate | Harrisonburg, VA | Jan 1, 2020
Enjoyable Job
I've worked at Bath and Body Works on and off since high school as a seasonal employee. My co-workers were great. The work was physically demanding at times but it was rewarding.
5.0
Sales Associate | Birmingham, AL | Jul 29, 2018
Great place to work and Great smelling products
I loved working here. The discount was good and it was usable with Victoria Secrets as well. I learned a lot about the products and had great team members and management. The pay wasn't that great but it was a good place for part timers.
4.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Aventura, FL | Dec 11, 2019
Busy at times but overall okay
Every job has their ups and downs, as a whole the job is pretty simple and it's good pay. The hardest part would be replenishment. There's so many little individual things that go in so many different specific places.
3.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Orland Park, IL | Mar 22, 2019
Sales Associate
Helping customers, cashier, filling shelves, stock, cleaning the store, doing store displays. Hardest part of the job was dealing with mean customers.
ProsDiscount
ConsDid not pay me enough
5.0
Customer Service Representative | Puyallup, WA | Jan 15, 2019
This job was great when I worked there
A typical day was facing the product, and getting sales for the product. I learned more about the product that I didn't know about. The management was amazing when I was there.
5.0
Cashier | Conyers, GA | Sep 4, 2019
Fun and energetic way to meet new people and learn about body care
A typical day is filling the walls and tables with products, processing shipment, and helping customers. I learned how different products do not always work for everyone. Management is lots of help to newcomers and try to stay on the same track with new rules and changes the company makes. The culture is all about learning because every four months there are different products being introduced. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with all the different promotions and coupons. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to help someone find what they want.
5.0
Human Resources Representative | Valley Stream, NY | May 7, 2018
Great Culture
Limited Brands (BBW) is a great company to work for. They leadership believes in career growth and leadership development. They have an active development plan to help you move your career in the right direction. They had some great coaches to help drive business results. Almost everything I learned about Talent development, I learned from BBW.
ProsFree products, free leadership training, customer engagement
Conslimited work-life balance
4.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Santa Monica, CA | Dec 29, 2019
Very Fun Environment, Good Products
Bath and Body Works is a good place to work at ! You learn so many things within the company, the goals, the objectives and what you as an employee and your team must contribute to the company. Making sure your providing whats best for the customers and the company on your part. It is amazing connecting with the customers over a certain smell that reminds them of someone or a memory of a place with our products. My Manager was an amazing woman who has recognize my strengths and weaknesses and has made me adjust things to make me a better employee, I definitely recommend one to work here.

Questions And Answers about Bath & Body Works

If you were in charge, what would you do to make Bath & Body Works a better place to work?
Asked Feb 5, 2018
Not get mad at employees for what is out of their control
Answered Apr 1, 2020
Continue to build the team
Answered Mar 29, 2020
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Bath & Body Works? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Jul 2, 2016
It took me about a week. The manager said she would call but when she didn't I called. She hired me over the phone and I did my paperwork the next day.
Answered Mar 9, 2020
Not long. I was hired on the spot.
Answered Feb 16, 2020
What is the approximate timeline that seasonal staff are utilized? Are the hours similar to that of a regular sales associate?
Asked Sep 29, 2016
October to January
Answered Sep 13, 2019
No they are not
Answered Jan 10, 2019
What are the shift for a part time sales associate.
Asked May 12, 2017
Seasonal Part-timers only get 6 hours a week and if for that day they didn't make their sales plan, then you would only get 3 hours a week. It's not a good job to work for if that's your one and only job. But of you've been working as a regular part-timer (not seasonal), then you'll be getting at least 16 hours (depending on your Store Manager).To be honest, I don't think this is a great place to be working for.
Answered Feb 16, 2020
If you are thinking about working here, I wouldn't recommend it because all of my co-workers are working a second job because you don't get enough hours. I'm in that same boat, I'm used to working 7-8 hour shifts and getting $600 or $700 dollar checks which I can pay my bills with. If you just want money on the side to save or spend then yeah, go ahead and apply here.
Answered Jun 15, 2019
Dress code
Asked Jun 12, 2017
White collar shirts (short/long sleeves), jeans (regular/skinny), no opened toe shoes (unless they're heels), white blouse Valentine's Day - pink shirts are allowed Halloween - animal ears are allowed Black Friday - black shirts (short/long sleeves) are allowed Christmas Eve - red/green shirts are allowed
Answered Feb 16, 2020
White tops (3/4 or long or short sleeves OK, NO sleeveless) and blue or black jeans. Black tops for the holiday seasons only
Answered Apr 6, 2019