Victoria's Secret

Working at Victoria's Secret: Company Overview and Reviews

Victoria's Secret
Victoria's Secret
8749 reviews
Victoria's Secret Ratings
Average rating of 8749 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
3.3Pay & Benefits
3.2Job Security & Advancement
Four Limited Parkway East Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 United States
5,001 to 10,000
$100M to $500M (USD)

Popular jobs at Victoria's Secret

 Average SalarySalary Range
Sales Associate
182 Salaries reported
per hour
Sales Support Representative
84 Salaries reported
per hour
Seasonal Associate
150 Salaries reported
per hour
Sales Specialist
14 Salaries reported
per hour
Customer Service Representative
42 Salaries reported
per hour
Salary Satisfaction
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 5038 reviews
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Paid Time Off
Stock Options

Overall Reviews at Victoria's Secret

Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Killeen, TX | Oct 4, 2019
inaccurate supervisions didnt help with customers very lazy acquired to be the best but was insufficent i hated working here nevrr lived up to goals
Operations Manager | Reynoldsburg, OH | May 14, 2018
Manager, Business Operations and Integration
VS hires top talent and is supportive of collaboration, training, new ideas, and better ways of thinking. Management helps you grow and is hands on with training.
ProsWork Advancement
ConsWork - Life Balance
Sales Lead | Brooklyn, NY | Dec 11, 2019
Good Job
As a sales and support generalist, you get branched out to do alot of things which is a good thing because you get experience different parts of the job. More knowledge and understand the job more.
Cashier Supervisor | Grandville, MI | Nov 9, 2019
Worst company to work for.
I have worked there for 3 years to pay for college. I had to get a 2nd job because hours at VS were inconsistent. The managers only cared about the customers and didn't care if the employees were abused or yelled at.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | San Antonio, TX | Mar 30, 2019
Loved It
I enjoyd working with the company because I love using their products. Even though the hours sucked I was still able to shop at a decent price range and avoid going over board. my babies have the cutest clothes .
Prosclothes and body works
Consnot enough hors
Sales Associate | Brooklyn, NY | Nov 23, 2018
Pretty Good Job
This was a pretty cool job for my younger self, i was in love with fashion, it taught me how to interact with people of every culture/creed/sex, it taught me time management, and allowed me to learn and grow in new hands on things and ideas within visual merchandising
Customer Service Representative | Sacramento, CA | Sep 11, 2018
High-Paced, fun.
Definitely learned a lot about myself, I’m more quick on my feet now, definitely. I excelled in areas about staying organized. Also learned how to sympathize and understand the customer.
ProsDiscounts. Always on your feet, moving.
ConsInconsistent hours
Stock Supervisor | Huntington Station, NY | Jun 8, 2019
fun and friendly environment
This job is great. Lots of fun and discounts on the products. Each month you are eligible to get gratis and the workers make work fun and creative. There is a lot to learn from working in retail and this is a fun place to start.
Retail Sales Associate | Albuquerque, NM | May 15, 2019
Be a certain type of person
Working at Victoria Secret was not for me simply because I had no interest in the company itself. I will say they tailor their job titles, and advancements based on people who fit the right sales criteria. That just wasn't me.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Lakeland, FL | Dec 9, 2018
Kinda sucked
I worked seasonal I had a person who worked there tell me it was okay if I put my name as the person who helped if they didn't know the name....allot of people where hired we didn't get paid for the time we had to clean n restock after we clocked out...and the work environment was unfair at times manager we mostly in the office unless we called them out for help
ProsIt helped put money in my pocket
ConsThe atmosphere

Questions And Answers about Victoria's Secret

What is the interview process like at Victoria's Secret?
Asked Nov 4, 2016
I had a group interview when I applied for my position at Victoria secret and it was intimidating I didn't like it
Answered Sep 11, 2019
Mine was a group interview and it was pretty intimidating. I was very nervous throughout the whole thing and didn’t answer the questions very well and it didn’t seem like the manager liked me very much but I ended up getting offered the position!
Answered Nov 8, 2018
How are the working hours?
Asked Sep 21, 2016
It depends on your position and availability. If you have open availability, be prepared to work literally anytime of the day.
Answered Mar 5, 2020
Ridiculous. Prepare yourself for no free time. You’ll get MAYBE 25 hours a week, but they’re all “on-call” hours. Meaning, if the store is busy they can keep you an additional 1-2 hours after your shift was supposed to end or they can completely cut your shift if the store is slow or they’re over store hours. You’ll work weekends, holidays, and as early as 4/6am (seasonal, mainly merch team.) This messes up your life basically because you need to schedule your plans around the possibility of “I may work, I may not.” You can pick up shifts, if the managers are offering.
Answered Jan 1, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Victoria's Secret a better place to work?
Asked Jun 16, 2017
Go back to the days when employees were appreciated
Answered Mar 21, 2020
Hire more FULL time sales associates
Answered Feb 24, 2020
How long does it take to hear back after an interview? Usually
Asked Oct 8, 2016
It all depends on the hiring manager. Some respond within the same day of the interview and some will respond multiple days later.
Answered Mar 5, 2020
It took a week after my interview to get an offer and I start Monday.
Answered Oct 24, 2018
Does Victoria's Secret employ "male" store managers that are qualified in a retail setting?
Asked Mar 11, 2016
Yea they had many male managers. And they were better than the women because they were more straightforward and made less drama. Female customers are more empathic with female other-people, so its getting more sexist.
Answered Dec 5, 2018
Victoria’s Secret does not discriminate. Some of the best managers I had were male. My current district manager is a male and has been with the company 15 years. He is very respected and has worked for some of the top stores in our state.
Answered Mar 23, 2018