Fashion is our passion
We are proud that LPP is one of the most dynamically developing fashion companies in the CEE region. We manage 5 well-known fashion brands: Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito and Sinsay.
For over 30 years, we have been designing collections that are purchased in less than 40 countries.
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Key areas in the headquarters
For years, we have been expanding and optimizing our structures to remain flexible and competitive in the demanding fashion market.
What characterises LPP is the diversity of its teams and the large number of departments. Find out more about our organisation to find the best fit for your needs.
Product preparation departments are the heart of LPP. We design clothing, accessories and home furnishings, analyse trends and work with suppliers from Poland and around the world. We want our collections to be perceived by customers as unique.
Omnichannel is multichannel sales, in which we integrate the properties of stationary retail with e-commerce activities. Sales support departments, e-commerce sales and retail-regional structures work side by side.
For each of our retail brands, we have created a dedicated visual communication department that brings together the competences of marketing, visual merchandising and content creation. This ensures that customers receive a single, consistent message about each brand and its range at all points of contact.
The back office departments at LPP are responsible for providing multidisciplinary support to the company's core business and effectively running support processes. They offer extensive opportunities for specialised professional development beyond the classic product, sales or marketing areas.
"LPP od podszewki" podcast
The "LPP od podszewki" podcast is a regular conversation with our employees about their career paths, development and passions. Each character tells his or her story and invites listeners behind the scenes of their work, sharing interesting facts and advice. Read transcripts of our interviews.
The interviews are conducted by our colleague Karolina Czajewska, senior employer branding specialist at LPP.
Why is it worth it?
Working at LPP is not only about co-creating globally recognised fashion brands, but above all about being a workplace for creative people. We would like our employees to be able to enjoy, in addition to the standard benefits, the additional conveniences and bonuses of working for such a large and diverse company.
We value the knowledge, commitment and performance of our employees.
Our employees receive subsidised private medical care for themselves and their loved ones.
Some LPP employees travel on business to other countries, where they have the opportunity to experience different cultures.
Each of our employees receives a pool of vouchers for themselves and their loved ones, enabling them to shop in our shops at preferential rates.
We sponsor participation in more than 100 sporting events every year!
Every young parent receives a baby layette from the company for their child, and during the festive period, presents from Father Christmas are delivered to employees' desks.
See how the recruitment process look like
The recruitment process is a series of short steps, the completion of which will allow you to start working at LPP.
Your move - find an interesting offer and apply. Send your CV and, in the case of creative positions, also your portfolio. You can learn how to prepare them in our guide.
Now it's time for our move. We analyse the applications sent and contact the selected candidates. Who knows, maybe you will be among them?
During this interview, the recruiter will ask you some questions about your experience, key competencies and motivation. You will also find out what the next steps in the process are.
At this meeting, you have the opportunity to meet the leader of the team you are applying to. You will expand on the questions from the first interview. This is a great time to ask your questions.
This is the recruitment stage that will be communicated to you at the interview. The task verifies your competencies and gives you a closer look at the task that the selected position entails.
We will get back to you with feedback no later than two weeks after the meeting. If we need more time to make a decision, we will also let you know.
Do you want to know more?
Check the guidelines base, which contains useful information about recruitment, work, development in LPP and answers to the most frequently asked questions.