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Victorias' Secret is a lingerie, nightwear and fragrance retailer.

Do Victoria's Secret pay by the hour or annually?

People get paid by the hour at Victoria's Secret.

By the hour 93% of people report they get paid by the hour.
  • 93% of people report they get paid by the hour.
  • 7% of people report they get paid an annual salary.

Last updated 5 June 2024

How we know this

Based on data from 45 people who took the Breakroom Quiz between August 2022 and June 2024.

What employees are saying about Victoria's Secret

  • Best thing


    Worst thing

    having to wait your turn to leave after shift, no break unless u work over 7 hours, uniform


    Victoria's Secret Sales assistant, December 2023

  • Best thing

    The customers, friendly hard-working colleagues. Nice products to sell. When/if you are trained it is thorough and the daily rallies are nice.

    Worst thing

    Terrible company to work for. Constant issues with pay - the latest being that all hourly wage staff being underpaid and told not to contact HR. Being told the business is not making enough money but seeing they are buying business. No proper rewards system for employees or staff. The only way to feel a reward is to spend your own money. Really bad hours, sometimes working until 3am for floor sets or stocktake. Managers having aggression towards new untrained staff, calling them useless. Unprofessional demeanour from management. Constantly staying late. Nobody having a backbone to report negative feedback to the company or standing up for their rights. Under 18’s not having breaks or staying past 11pm. Understaffed and people constantly quitting without notice putting undue pressure on employees. Company not allowing management to advertise new roles. Employees having fear of higher management.


    Victoria's Secret Sales associate, January 2023

  • Best thing

    Team are lovely, managers are lovely too most of the time. Free products every so often

    Worst thing

    Discount went down after Next took over, they took away a lot of company benefits (commission, bonuses, lower pay). Minimum wage for 23 and over. Sales associates running around doing everything whilst managers sit in office chatting or recording tiktoks


    Victoria's Secret Sales assistant, December 2022

  • Best thing

    Customers can be lovely, you create a strong team bond

    Worst thing

    everything else, multiple duties some that you are not even properly trained for, rude and incompetent managers, ridiculous work load and hours are long, bickering and arguing and aggression from managers and supervisors towards staff, no clear leadership sales assistants often assume manager role on the shop floor, lack of leadership and communication, bullying and manipulation by managers when you don’t do what they want


    Victoria's Secret Sales associate, April 2022

  • Best thing

    the atmosphere and seeing different people

    Worst thing

    They never fix issues when you tell them about stuff as far as other employees and fixing things and training the new employees they also talk about everyone in our unprofessional


    Victoria's Secret Sales associate, August 2021

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