I have been working at lululemon full-time (More than 3 years)
Self-development, upward mobility, candid clarity with superiors, team spirit, allowance toward exercise classes, amazing discount, community events, healthcare, training, goal setting, work/life balance, kind people.
You work weekends, Christmas, bank holidays and late nights- but it’s retail.
Advice to Management
Share with educators the self development tools shared with Key leaders as often those educational moments are missed and the educators miss out on the bigger picture to get excited about.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at lululemon (London, England) in September 2014.
There were two interviews. The first was a very casual group interview, just me and one other girl. It was in a swanky coffee bar in Soho. We had tea and cakes and everyone was dressed in lulu. It was a very chilled interview, we weren't really asked anything about the job itself, more like a casual chat. Everyone was extremely chipper and greeted each other with hugs.
Much to my surprise I was invited to a second interview with the manager, this time in an art gallery. It was a one on one interview and a little more serious with questions actually relating to the job, but again nothing too tough. Unfortunately I wasn't offered a job, most likely because I was late.