Juicy Couture Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Juicy Couture is a casualwear and dress clothing brand based in Arleta, Los Angeles, California. It was founded by Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor in 1997 and was later purchased by the Liz Claiborne fashion company in 2003.
Mel mentioned, "I never wear Juicy sweats, use their bags or anything with the logo attached all over it. I'm not trying to offend anybody but Juicy Couture can be just so freakin tacky! However, I really like the blouses, shirts and dresses. Just not the velour, terry cloth crap. They are a bit pricier but it's worth it. The items are so cute and the quality is not bad. The style of those items are very pretty as well. Unfortunately, I can't find much of those style of clothing in outlets and so on but if I can get my hands on something like that on sale, I would be lucky. The bags are good for younger teenagers, IMO. I'm talking about those bright, velour ones with words scribbled all over them. They are much too juvenile, childish and flashy for older people. It always makes me feel a little bit sick when I see an older adult carrying around those bags. Save your money and spend it on something more high class. Try Marc Jacobs or Coach. The leather bags are a bit better in terms of quality and appearance. Other than that, skip the lounge around Juicy items unless you plan to stay home. Go for stuff that looks higher quality and isn't done dead the Juicy suits and worded bags·
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Everything else corporate has no idea what’s going on"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"lack of direction, brand never lifted off the ground in the US, constantly changing lanes on design"
Sales Associate/Cashier says"Company closed down halfway through employment. ."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"The store was closing but there wasn't much notice. Sales goals were close to impossible. Uncomfortable work environment."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Bad management Company is going under very quickly Pays everyone the same salary to start with 8.00, tells you that you will move up after 6 months totally a lie Young managers who dot know what the hell they are doing, they only hire there friends Terrible Store management, all they do is talk bad about the staff Staff only works 4 hour shifts at minimum wage, never get 16-40 hours"
Former Employee - Creative says"Very poor morale, no real incentives, poor decision making in the business, catty employees. Constant lay offs."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Human resources and district manager is very disorganized and inexperienced in handling serious issues. Extremely high turnover. Very little to no training of new hires with all positions of the store. Promise to give hours then receive less than 10. Expected to wear current colors and styles of all new collections which can become costly if you don't work enough."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"You are expected to make working here your primary focus in life. If you will not comply, your hours will be cut."
Current Employee - Seasonal Sales Associate says"It's not worth it. Its a small atmosphere. Your coworkers are vicious and everyone is out for themselves. Managers will take big sales and then turn around and hassle you about not getting any. Everyone in Juicy Couture seems to be a little immature, even upper management and corporate. Its not worth the long hours, and at the end of the day after a 8 hour shift, its the associates job to restock everything and fold everything in a particular way, you won't be leaving until 1, or 2 am."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"No internal promotion. Long hours Disregard of your schedule Unqualified managers Unorganized Managers talk down on you"
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"I didn't work here for very long, maybe like two weeks or a week. It was my first job and it was a seasonal position. I called quite a few times, but was never put on the schedule."
Phone Representative (Former Employee) says"Beware of some of juicy coutures staff and phone reps. They will sometimes steal your credit card info. Always check your credit or debit cards info. Make sure there are no juicy couture charges.None"
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"seasonal people were treated as if they were just the foot men and had no real business being apart of anything the permanent employees had a part of.Discount on itemsdon't give you a heads up if they are not keeping you"
Seasonal Merchandise Control (Former Employee) says"Very poor attitudes working in this store and strange outfit choices that were required to wear at work. Lack of larger sizes available to public.week by week paypoor management"
Sales Associate/Stock (Former Employee) says"Great product but worse people ever worked for. Managers racial profile staff and customers. Stealing sales and prizes for favorites. Suck up & kiss butt will get you into management"
Lead Cashier, Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says"A typical day at work would be management telling you what to do, including their jobs. I learned how NOT to treat someone and balancing different attitudes and people of the day. The management team lacked communication and always came to work just to be there. The workload was always divided among cashiers and associates. The co-workers ever lasted more than the season they were hired. The hardest part of this job was dealing with "high-end" customers and the mood of the management. The most enjoyable part of this job was the discount.discount, full hour breakspoor management, abuse of availability"
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"Do not work here. They have a hostile, negative work environment where no one functions as part of the team. Discount on store clothinghostile work enviroment, scheduling was not fair when it came to hours, And clothing required to wear was WAY to expensive to afford."
Associate (Former Employee) says"Management treats employees like second rate, noticed that management has favorites, even when the ones that aren't favorites work hard and dont get noticed. There was a miscommunication between myself and management and then it went from being neutral to me to treating me like i wasn't around. There's a difference between being a manager and playing one. I felt that my store manager was playing one. My supervisor was actually really polite but towards the end I felt she was being fake, so I felt it was time to move on. Working with girls.. I remembered family guy "guys! we know how to be friends!" Grateful for the opportunity to have worked there.Be a favorite ...or else."
Stock associate (Former Employee) says"Everything about this place is terrible. The management is awful. The workers are clueless because management gives no direction. If you put forth the effort to work you meet more resistance than if you do nothing.everything"
Stock Representative (Former Employee) says"Excellent professional development experience in retail, customer service, loss prevention, management, product education, and styling.opportunity for advancement.limited hours."
Sales Associate/Stock (Former Employee) says"This just wasn't for me, horrible management, horrible company. Too many changes and hour cuts randomly. I wouldn't recommend anyone to work for this company.noneall"
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"The management at Juicy Couture was honestly very disappointing. They never had my paychecks with the right amount on them, I was always shorted money. Not only that but they had horrible scheduling and it was never up on time. I was very upset working here and I would not consider working here again."
Supervisor Irma Chicas (Former Employee) says"I liked working their they made me feel like family. It was always very busy. Management was always their to help and assist us as we needed them. I really liked meeting new people.We got discount on a couple of stores and would get free merchandise in raffle winnings.It was to far of a drive."
Supervisor (Former Employee) says"Don't work here!! Unless you absolutely love there clothes and want the discount!! Other than that don't apply here. Their middle names are favoritism and popularity. The Store Manager's don't do anything!!discountno advancement"
Experienced Sales Consultant (Former Employee) says"Unfortunately, Juicy was not a good company. The compensation was one of the worst that I have received, the commission was unrealistic."
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) says"Poor management and very slow work environment. the receiving of shipment was everyday. There was never enough hours to process it all and have out on the sales floor. Very unorganized."
Communications Specialist (Former Employee) says"this company is one of those companies that had everything going for it but quickly became toxic. so many talented people. perfect timing. great growth. what happened?"
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says"There were a good amount of grown women working here and 70% of them were petty gossipers. Being here was a drag but the customers made it worth- while."
Senior Sales (Former Employee) says"role was challenging and i had to do extra tasks besides selling."
Store Manager (Former Employee) says"lack of communication from upper management, they don't let you know expectations and then get mad at you when they are not meet.One of the worst companies I have ever worked for"
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