Louis Vuitton

Travailler chez Louis Vuitton : présentation de l'entreprise et avis

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton
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198 avis
Louis Vuitton : notes
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Note moyenne sur 198 avis sur Indeed
3,6Équilibre vie privée/professionnelle
3,9Salaire et avantages
3,5Sécurité de l'emploi et évolution
3,5Direction
3,9Culture d'entreprise
Siège social
22 Avenue Montaigne Paris
Employés
+ de 10 000
Chiffre d'affaires
5 à 10 milliards (USD)
Secteur
Consumer Goods and Services

Emplois populaires chez Louis Vuitton

 Salaire moyenGrille de salaires
2 salaires indiqués
1 675 €
par mois
1 400 €-2 600 €
1 salaire indiqué
25 000 €
par an
17 000 €-38 000 €
1 salaire indiqué
23 530 €
par an
17 000 €-36 000 €
1 salaire indiqué
32 000 €
par an
17 000 €-48 000 €
1 salaire indiqué
90 000 €
par an
45 000 €-135 000 €
Satisfaction vis-à-vis du salaire
69%
Pourcentage d'employés satisfaits de leur salaire
D'après 553 avis

Louis Vuitton : avis

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Avis généraux sur l'entreprise Louis Vuitton

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ADS | Paris (75) | 17 déc. 2016
À fuir !!!
La société de sécurité GORON qui détient le marché de la Fondation Louis Vuitton ment aux nouveaux agents. Elle leur promet des avantages pécuniaires et une heure de pause pour 12 heures de travail. C'est faux ! Aucun respect des temps de pause. Il y a des jours où on se retrouve à faire 9 heures d'affilée avec juste une pause pipi. Le management est déplorable ! On est traité comme des animaux. La terreur règne à tous les niveaux. Le responsable sécurité de la Fondation est un odieux personnage. Par exemple, il siffle pour apostropher ses agents, jamais aucun encouragement ou remerciement. Que des reproches en permanence. On prend même pas le temps de former les nouveaux agents aux consignes spécifiques du site. La salle pour se restaurer et se reposer est constamment utilisée par la direction pour des réunions. On se retrouve à faire la queue avec les visiteurs pour aller aux toilettes. Avec une petite pose de 10 minutes c'est pas évident ! Beaucoup de turn-over. Les agents ne restent pas. Pas à cause de la pénibilité de la station debout statique mais à cause du mauvais management. On nous prend pour des esclaves. On vire un agent parce qu'il a osé demander après 15 minutes d'attente à quelle heure on allait le relever. Pas d'émetteur-récepteur pour tout le monde. Parfois on se retrouve à trois dans une salle immense avec une seule radio. Pas très prudent pour alerter le PC en cas de crise cardiaque d'un visiteur ! Pas de badges d'accès avant 4 mois ne serait-ce que
Points positifsAucun !
Points négatifsTous !
1,0
Vendeur en Chaussures (H/F) | Marsaz (26) | 5 nov. 2019
Expérience plus que stressante
Embaucher en tant que maroquiniers chez LV. De beaux avantages salaires, primes, ce ect. Mais une pression de travail poussée à l’extreme. Formation bâclée, ne laisse pas le temps au nouveau arrivant d’apprendre, laisser sur ligne au bout de deux semaines de formation. A noter que le travail sur ligne est TOTALEMENT différent de ce que l’on vous apprend en formation. Une pression constante de la part des chef d’équipe qui veulent des résultats dans l’immédiat alors que pour la plusieurs part dès maroquinier(ère)s, tous débutant. Travail sur ligne débuter avec un parrain ou marraine mais très peu présent car il ou elle doit faire le nombre de sacs demander sur la journée. Bref, j’ai été déçu, je suis restée pas totalement un mois car je ne supportais plus la pression et le rendement demander beaucoup trop important pour des débutant. Aucune compassion. Mise fin à une période d’essaie Au bout d’une semaine pour d’autre personnes entre deux lignes, au millieu de l’atelier sans laisser le temps aux gens d’apprendre. A fuire !!!!!!!!
Points positifsSalaire, primes, ce
Points négatifsStresse, pression permanente et tout le reste
5,0
Assistant Designer | Paris (75) | 16 mars 2017
Workplace culture
I had the pleasure to work at Louis Vuitton for a few months and I can only say positive things about it. I learned a lot about design, manufacturing, research of trend, business, etc. I had the chance to have the best mentor I have ever had that spend time and effort training me and making me be part of every process while developing our collections. It is a company that really invests in talent and I am very grateful for it. Team work is fundamental for success, working with people from different disciplines and backgrounds as well. Another good aspect of this company is the importance of women's role at every working level. It is a company run by women that are capable to find a perfect balance between being successful in their careers and being mothers or simply women that get the same reward in a company as men. Louis Vuitton is with no doubt the best company I have ever worked in and it has been a great pleasure being part of their team.
Points positifsfree lunches and transport, good holidays, good working hours
Points négatifsI can´t think of any
5,0
Vendeur en Chaussures (H/F) | Les Essarts-le-Roi (78) | 4 juin 2012
politique d'entreprise en amélioration continue
- Afin de ne pas effectuer toujours les mêmes mouvements de travail , des changements de poste s'effectuent toutes les 2 heures. Les horaires sont fixes . - A chaque création de poste ou de départs , les postes disponibles sont proposés en interne. La société améliore le quotidien des salariés en réorganisant souvent les ateliers de production afin d' optimiser le temps de travail mais également l'ergonomie des postes. Elle s'engage également dans la protection de l'environnement. - Deux entretiens annuels avec le chef d'équipe permettent aux salariés d'émettre leurs souhaits d'évolution ,mais également de mettre en place des objectifs et de faire un bilan global de l'année. - Des ateliers en petit groupe favorisent les échanges entre les équipes . - La qualité des produits exigée demande de la concentration toute la journée ce qui est assez fatigant. - La diversité des postes et les missions proposées aux salariés combattent la monotonie du travail .
Points positifsles avantages sociaux et les primes
5,0
Sales Assistant | Marseille (13) | 17 sept. 2016
Productive & formative
I I had two schedules, one I arrived for the opening of the Store and I left before the closing, and the other one I arrived later and I stayed for the closing. I learn to always have a "luxury" attitude, and manage a difficult customer to turn the situation in a good one, in order to satisfy the customer and make him come back. I had an incredible team of co-workers always available to answer my questions and to help me in the many procedures. The hardest part of the job (for me) was to learn all the procedures because there are so many and so many "exceptions", but hopefully I had qualified people around me. The most enjoyable part of the job was to help people to find what really corresponded to them and to make them discover the House.
Points positifsemployee advantages
Points négatifssalary
3,0
Juriste (H/F) | Paris (75) | 8 janv. 2020
Contexte de travail exigeant
Le contexte de travail est exigeant dans la mesure où les moyens humains sont insuffisants , le management n’est pas à l’écoute des demandes de ses équipes qui pour mener à bien leur fonction ont des journées très chargées et travaillent dans le stress . Difficile de concilier vie de famille et vie professionnelle chez LV , et on sait que l’on est facilement remplaçable ! En contrepartie toutefois les salariés bénéficient de très bons salaires avec un important intéressement et une forte participation ; par ailleurs il y a une bonne entente et solidarité entre les salariés .
Points positifsSalaires augmentés d’une importante participation et intéressement
Points négatifsLe management, le stress, le surmenage
2,0
Conseiller de Vente (H/F) | France | 10 nov. 2022
Tout n'est qu'illusion
Tout n'est que paillette et lumière mais en réalité, c'est juste de l'hypocrisie déguisée habilement. Le management est catastrophique mais cela vient surtout de la direction et des ressources humaines qui sont incompétentes et qui s'entourent de collaborateurs à leur image. C'est réellement dommage car c'était une Maison avec une belle culture et de vrai valeurs mais aujourd'hui, tout est devenu commercial et stressant. Et n'oublions pas la discrimination positive et le racisme banalisé envers les asiatiques.. mais ça, personne n'osera l'avouer...
Points positifsBeaux produits, belles histoires, beaux savoir faire
Points négatifsRacisme déguisé, évolution en fonction des affinités, chiffre d'affaires avant l'humain
2,0
Régisseur (H/F) | Bois de Boulogne (92) | 26 sept. 2017
La Fondation Louis Vuitton
Mon emploi détaché au sein de la fondation Louis Vuitton s'est avéra très instructif et riche d'enseignements. En participant à la gestion de soirée et d'évènements exceptionnels j'ai pu apprendre beaucoup sur le métier de la création évènementielle, le niveau d'exigence et le la qualités des des projets m'ont appris à élever mes standards et à être toujours plus exigeant. La Fondation Louis Vuitton est un écrin formidable pour toute personne qui souhaite travailler dans la gestion de projet évènementiel, même si les plages horaires sont importantes et le rythme de travail élevé.
Points positifsTravailler à la Fondation, les rencontres
Points négatifsle rythme et les imprévus inhérent à ce métier
4,0
Responsable Communication (H/F) | Paris (75) | 8 juin 2018
Parcours candidat et expérience collaborateur de qualité
Une entreprise où chacun de nos collègues est engagé dans ses projets et pour son entreprise, c'est rare, et rien n'est plus appréciable que d'être entouré de personnes compétentes et enjouées. Une entreprise qui travaille pour que chacun vive une belle expérience et s'épanouisse professionnellement, permette à chacun, même avec peu d'expérience de mener des projets d'envergure, c'est un vrai bonheur. Enfin, une entreprise qui lance sans cesse de nouveaux projets, dont on est fier de parler, c'est une entreprise dans laquelle vous pouvez postuler !
Points positifsprojets d'envergure, qualité des relations au travail, image de la marque
4,0
Technicien Hygiène / Sécurité / Environnement (H/F) | Drôme | 20 nov. 2017
Passionnat et motivant
Poste donnant énormément d'autonomie et de responsabilités. Passionnant tant au niveau pratique qu'humain, j'ai eut la chance de collaborer avec un management dynaique surtout accés sur les résultats. La charge de travail multi-site et la rigueur imposé pour un parc conséquent de 350 users pour un unique IT local a été grandement bénéfique, poussant au dépassement de sois et à une rigueur organisationnel. Beaucoup de choses de bénéfiques à retirer de cette excellente experience qui laisse un arriere gout mais un certain recul pour les points d'améliorations futures
Points positifsAutonomie, Responsabilité, charge de travail
Points négatifscharge de travail
2,0
Customer Service Representative | Irving, TX | 27 juin 2019
Not Bad, But Not Good... Actually terrible
Louis Vuitton Client Services really is a former shadow of itself, and I am specifically referring to the Irving Call Center location. I took the liberty to break down the specifics as to what you will be expecting once you take on this role as Client Service Advisor if hired. 1)the role you are applying for, this is a job, not a career. First and foremost, the probable reason why you are hired in the first place is due to available, it is not based on skill or background prior to this position. HR all wants to know is if you are willing to work the hours they provide. Best believe they only want to know is if you can navigate through a couple of modules and systems, which is equivalent knowledge to know how to open a phone application and browser tabs, that is all. Also have good customer service skills. So if you you are looking for a stable paycheck (at the very least) a decent job, this is probably a job worth looking into but not worth investing for a long term career, just to give you the synopsis of the position. 2)management, holy molly. Management has no clear vision or even show any type of managing skills from their respective teams. (For me personally, I worked for this company for one year. In that timeframe, I was under not one, not two but three managers that did not know 2/3 of what was going on their teams or have a clear and upstanding morale for the team) Don’t get wrong, some managers are good and somewhat understanding. However that is a complet
Points positifsPay is decent, benefits as well, but there is not a lot of pros
Points négatifsAll the cons I’ve mentioned in the review portion
3,0
Client Advisor | Marina, CA | 14 avr. 2015
It has been an honor
The day is broken into 3 shifts, morning shift start from 10.30am and ends at 7.45pm, mid shift starts from 12 and ends at 9.45pm and afternoon shift starts from 1.30pm and ends at 11pm (Sundays to Thursdays, 2 pm to 11.30pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Public Holidays and Eve of). We always start off the day with a briefing, talking about the previous day's sales, whether did we hit the target or not, and we will conduct activities which involve product knowledge and also how to improve client servicing. After that it's down to doing some housekeeping before the store opens. Once the store opens, the killing begins, each client advisor will go all out to secure sales by chop....no it's not true, I'm just kidding, but of course we work hard for our sales, we mix fun with work, we help one another when we need to, assisting our fellow client advisors to serve their clients with drinks or packing of the items, etc etc., and that is why the Louis Vuitton store in Marina Bay Sands has one of the most relaxed environments amongst all luxury brand stores. To work in an luxury brand industry is never easy, you have to mix product knowledge with top notch client service, because as we all know it, the customer is king. In any situation that we face, be it positive or negative, the most important weapon is the smile on our faces, because that smile is always the first tool in securing a sale. The management team is tough on us (like all management teams are), but fair. When w
Points positifsFair Management Team, Staff Discounts and Staff Sales
Points négatifsLong Working Hours and to be honest, there's no minimum wage in Singapore which is downright unfair
2,0
Client Advisor | Irving, TX | 22 mai 2020
A typical call center
Let me break down how this job is by different categories. Hopefully this will convince you to look elsewhere. -Training: The best part of this job. You’re on a set schedule with weekends off for two weeks straight. You get to meet new people and learn about the company. You will be lied to consistently by your training manager so they can convince you to stay here. They emphasize how great the job is because it’s Louis Vuitton. They will downplay how important sales are. They fluff it up to make it seem like you can advance by bringing in managers who have been there for 3 months or less and mentioning company trips to Paris. This is the best part because you don’t see how awful the job is until you actually get on the floor. -Schedule: When you start your availability is expected to be open and full time. You will work a schedule that is all over the place and will have two days off that are not always consecutive. The only way to get a set schedule is to be top 50 in sales. You have to compete to have a schedule that you need. -Sales: THEY MATTER. This is the only thing that managers care about. Yes, it is Client Services but they only want you to sell, sell, sell. Even if you aren’t a sales person, this isn’t for you. The bonus is absurd. You will make $100K+ for this company and receive a $200-300 bonus check. -Advancement: It’s not going to happen. Moving up is extremely difficult because the director will not hesitate to bring in management that aren’t
Points positifsfree drinks in break room
Points négatifspay
3,0
Senior Sales Analyst | New York, NY | 7 févr. 2013
A journey begun with Louis Vuitton: different destinations for different people
For starters, Louis Vuitton is a very French company with a rather ridgid hierachy. While I did enjoy my time there, working for a European company, more specifically a French company, is definitely not for everyone. Ambitious people who want to ascend quickly to and through the ranks of management may find that they are not realizing their goals as soon as they envisioned and may then become frustrated with the pace at which their career progresses while in the company. Knowing French benefits one's aspirations in the company and becomes imperative for the majority of director positions and virtually all of the executive positions, but if you feel that you are destined to work for LV or any of its sister companies within the LVMH family, don't by any means let this stop you. Working for LV and in luxury goods in general can be a very rewarding experience and definitely has its perks such as the employee sales but as with all other things, one should do exhaustive research before pursuing any open position and definitely before accepting an offered position. Ensure that you will be comfortable with the corporate culture and your compensation. As a number of seasoned, experienced employees leave positions in far more lucrative sectors to pursue a career within luxury goods, they often times may do so at a pay cut. So long as one understands and is comfortable with this, then they've made the right decision. Good Luck!
Points positifsemployee sales, rather stress free environment for corporate staff (not including managers)
Points négatifslower pay compared to equitable positions other sectors/industries, somewhat rigid management hierarchy & career goals may stagnate
4,0
Sales Associate | New York, NY | 23 déc. 2013
Challenging and Learning Experience
A typical day at work began with preparing the store for opening and reviewing the special orders that were due to be picked up that day as well as the orders that had not been picked up. Prior to opening the store needed to be cleaned and polished and all everything had to look presentable. The management delegated specific tasks that she wanted us to focus on as well and things she thought we should try to improve throughout the current day. Management was usually very specific with what needed to be corrected because they received complaints and suggestions from customers throughout the day. My co-workers were usually busy with repeat customers, customers in the store, and all types of special customers that Louis Vuitton. One special thing about Louis Vuitton is that they always catered to their customers wishes, especially repeat customers. Because of this, we got to learn their names and got to know them on a somewhat personal basis. Co-workers were also very helpful to help those who were new adapt to such a one-on-one shopping relationship. They would point out repeat customers and tell you to keep a look out for them. The hardest part of the job was dealing with customers demands. As a designer store, they expected top of the line service. As a sales associate, you were expected to deliver that level of service that was expected of you. The most enjoyable part of the job, however, was a happy customer. Knowing that your customer left the store completely satisfied wi
Points positifsCustomer Experience Learned
Points négatifsLack of Guidance from Management
4,0
Chef (H/F) | Lafayette, LA | 5 août 2014
Le top du savoir faire francais
La maison Louis Vuitton represente l excellence. Elle est representee dans le monde et ne cesse de s accroitre. Un savoir faire qui perdure depuis plus d un siècle. Ma fonction de chef de poste m amene a etre le premier sur mon lieu de ravail, desactiver les alarmes , rendre compte aupres de mes superieurs de ma presence sur le site. Controle du site sur tous les niveaux ( anomalies ou autres problemes). Debut des livraisons du magasin sous controle d un Agent de Securite.( qui est lui-meme sous mon controle). Controle des moyens de securite ( materiel incendie, anti-vols). Arrivee du personnel. briefing et ouverture de la boutique.Le soir, depart du personnel et des agents, controle par mes soins de toutes les zones du magasin puis appel a mes superieurs pour signalement de la mise sous alarme de la boutique. La maison Louis Vuitton permet a ses collaborateurs d evoluer dans differents secteurs de vente ( PAP Homme, PAP femme, Maroquinerie, joaillerie et haute joaillerie avec la nouvelle boutique Place Vendome) et dans le monde entier.. J ai eu le plaisir de travailler avec des collaborateurs attentifs, soignes et investis. L equipe de Direction tends vers l excellence a l image de la maison . Des mains de fer en gants de velours. L aspect difficile est la position statique sur toute la journee. L aspect agreable est difficile a decrire et je resumerai par: Travailler pour une maison de renom ou prime l excellence et le savoir faire fut un vrai Bonheur. Des collabo
Points positifsmagnifique experience
Points négatifs...
1,0
| Irving, TX | 2 avr. 2019
Work and Shop elsewhere - for customers and employees
Poor recruiting practices, especially when it comes to seasonal employees, management practices lots of favoritism and none of them hold each other accountable. Sale and order systems are seriously outdated and everyday there seem to be more bugs than successful sales. Issues go on for weeks without explanation or resolution, no path for career development, and the back end support and fraud team has been moved offsite to keep their manager from constantly and unfairly chewing them out. For any customers reading this out there, go to a store, don't shop online. Especially if you're not sure about what you want. Availability on the website is always buggy and inaccurate. Returns will always take longer than the 14 business days they quote you. UPS shipments are a joke, and if anything needs to be changed or if there was something wrong with the shipment, tough luck. No clear communication for fixing issues or who to go to. New client advisers from the Florida location are really poorly trained too, and its tough if you have to be in contact with them. Basically this place has a really toxic culture, and the "core" group has known each other for years and if you aren't in that group, tough luck. This place is only kept afloat by the fashion house name alone, so unless you're a die-hard fan of these bags (despite the declining quality) with the patience of a saint and tolerance for an insane amount of bull, then I guess this is the place for you. Other wise, sh
4,0
Sales Associate | Saipan, MP | 20 sept. 2012
A company that offers never-ending training for enhancing talents, knowledge and opportunities. The company involves in many community service as well
Daily briefing before the day start, recognizing top seller from a day before. Product review and sales record, target and budget. Company offers different training not limited to products only, but also other areas where we can improve as an employee and as an individual. Co-workers are like a second family, we know our birthdays and kids birthdays and anniversaries. We have activities outside work were we can be ourselves and enjoy the other side of each one of us.. The hardest part of the job, was changing schedules, and when pressure are on us when there's discrepancies on inventory, however we manage to adjust and comply with what work requires. The mobility in our location was very slow, that's one of the negative comment I have. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you are recognized after a job well done, one of the good things I like about the company are the activities we do as company outside the work area. Our community service and representing the company not only as a fashion group, but also as a concern group of individuals to our environment (Beach clean drive) and to our community.
Points positifscross training with other boutique within the zone., benefit such as health and life insurance., a yearly performance based bonus pay., training offers abroad.
Points négatifsmobility is limited, times where there is false hope (broken promises)
2,0
Client Advisor | Los Angeles, CA | 7 juin 2022
no job security and high stress 24/7
You have text and call clients constantly to get them in to spend money and it can actually strain relationships. the expectations have changed so drastically that its become an absolutely different company than the one i started working for 7 years ago. you now not only have to rely on your monthly goals but a high end goal which is nearly impossible to achieve. High end is the only way to keep your job (no matter how hard you work or how much clients actually like you) is to sell trunks, fine jewellery and 35k+ exotic skin bags. These aren't things the everyday person wants but your worth is measured by how much you can sell and if you can't, you're on the chopping block. Its constantly stressful and you feel like a piece of garbage when you don't achieve those goals. there is a hit and miss with management. some are happy to help, while others pretty much radiate negative energy and pick their favourites to excel. the managers can like you but will not hesitate to cut you off when you aren't producing the results for them!! so, unless you're selling high end, you won't last! clients tend to be very draining but your job is to just take it, not complain and keep going until your shift is over. no one cares about anything other than selling HIGH END. i've felt the shift in how mangers treat others for selling high end vs. the ones who struggle. selfish company.
Points positifsdecent discount
Points négatifsno job security, constantly changing of expectations, low commission, a lot of favortism, ugly uniforms

Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise Louis Vuitton

Quels sont les principaux défis auxquels vous devez faire face ?
Posée le 5 juil. 2019
Plutot sympa sauf quand tu travaille a la place des embauche mais eux c est normal qu il foute rien alors que tu fait tout pour avoir ta place et au final rien vraiment decevant leur facon d embaucher de bon a rien
Réponse du 15 déc. 2022
La manière donc ma responsable me regardai c’était gênant pour une fille.
Réponse du 21 juil. 2019
Comment se déroule le processus de promotion chez Louis Vuitton ?
Posée le 9 nov. 2022
très long
Réponse du 5 janv. 2023
Entretien collectif puis entretien individuel. Mise en situation de vente fictive. Demande les connaissances sur l'actualité de la Maison, des collections etc...
Réponse du 10 nov. 2022
À quelle fréquence bénéficiiez-vous dune augmentation de salaire chez {0} ?
Posée le 26 oct. 2022
Annuelle
Réponse du 28 janv. 2023
1800
Réponse du 9 nov. 2022
Quelle est la participation aux frais de déjeuner ?
Posée le 10 déc. 2019
Ticket restaurant
Réponse du 2 nov. 2021
Tout dépend de tes horaires mais les prix sont abordables
Réponse du 27 janv. 2021
Quelles sont les motivations à travailler pour Louis Vuitton ?
Posée le 14 oct. 2019
C’est vraiment une superbe entreprise. Ils sont à l’écoute des salariés
Réponse du 28 avr. 2020
Salaire, primes
Réponse du 5 nov. 2019