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  • 1500 - 20000 USD / Year
  • Salary: 1500 - 20000

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Creative Director Alessandro Michele has redefined Gucci as a luxury brand with a contemporary approach to fashion.

Retail Luxury Goods and Jewelry Casellina di Scandicci, Florence

Influential, innovative and progressive, Gucci is reinventing a wholly modern approach to fashion. Under the new vision of creative director Alessandro Michele, the House has redefined luxury for the 21st century, further reinforcing its position as one of the world’s most desirable fashion houses. Eclectic, contemporary, romantic—Gucci products represent the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship and are unsurpassed for their quality and attention to detail. Gucci is part of the Kering Group, a world leader in apparel and accessories that owns a portfolio of powerful luxury and sport and lifestyle brands. For further information about Gucci, visit


Current GUCCI Careers Openings

1) HR Operations Coordinator

2) CRM Specialist

3) In-store Visual Merchandiser

4) Client Advisor

5) Team Manager



Placing ethics at the heart of our business conduct is a powerful moral commitment, and the principle of trust is essential to the sustainable development of our business. This culture of integrity is of course based on compliance with laws and regulations, but equally on commitment to the values of the Group. It must be embodied by every one of Kering’s employees in their daily activities, whatever their nationality, location, position or seniority in the business.

Since 2005, when our Code of ethics replaced the Ethics Charter which we drew up in 1996, our Code of ethics has defined the major principles which frame and guide our daily actions. This Code provides a framework for what is expected from each of us in our professional activities, and when we are in contact with our employees, customers, shareholders and business partners. It also defines our commitment to the environment, which we are dedicated to protecting and on which we wish to minimize our impact, and to society at large, in which we intend to fully play our part as a good corporate citizen, engaged and responsible.

This is the fourth edition of our Code of ethics since 2005 and it provides us with the opportunity to restate what shapes our ethical approach, at a time when our transformation into a pure player in the luxury sector has been achieved.The Code of ethics powerfully reaffirms our commitment to respect for human rights, not only for all our employees, but also for all those who work in our supply chains and contribute to our value creation. We mobilize all our energy and vigilance to combat child labor, forced labor, human trafficking and the exploitation of the most vulnerable groups, in particular migrants, as well as to combat all violence and discrimination, especially against women.

This updated version also enables us to recall all the progress made in better preventing and detecting corruption and influence-peddling, in particular since 2015, the setting up of our Compliance Organization and the international network of Brand Compliance Officers within our Houses. They oversee strict compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in this area by defining the necessary policies and procedures, and supporting all our employees accordingly. We practice zero tolerance towards corruption, influence-peddling and any form of fraud, and it is vital that each and every one of us is aware of this.

Finally, it is particularly important to recall here that the ethical whistleblowing system that Kering set up several years ago, and which enables any individual to report a violation or suspected breach of our Code and its principles, is now available not only to Kering employees, but also to external and temporary staff working for the Group in all service providers and external partners with whom we have a contractual relationship. This mechanism is essential, and enables us to identify any possible shortcomings in adhering to our principles, as well as the remedial steps necessary. Protecting those who report such shortcomings to us selflessly, and in good faith, is an essential commitment throughout the Group.

This Code is a guide intended to provide a framework for all our activities, and to protect Kering, its success and longevity. I trust that you will familiarize yourself with it and apply it on a daily basis. Everything has been set up within the Group to support and help you fulfil this requirement; I am counting on you.



Immerse Yourself in the Gucci Universe

Connect with us in real-time

Plan a visit in-store or remotely

Gucci Osteria

Gucci Garden



Visit Your Favorite Boutique from Home or in Person

Book an appointment in-store, by phone or video to immerse yourself in the world of Gucci. Connect with the store of your choice and discover the pieces that interest you the most with a dedicated Client Advisor.

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We nurture our unique selves and this is what creates the fabric of Gucci.

We value the power of uniqueness staying true to our own voice but also giving rise to extraordinary collaborations, where diverse ideas and skills come together to explore new ways to build unexpected and successful projects.



We strive to build a welcoming community where everyone can participate and belong.

We want people to feel part of a positive, open and fair workplace. Being with others having different ideas and ways of expressing themselves is at the core of our beliefs. It’s the best way to respond to some of the biggest issues in our society.



We always look around with new eyes and start building new paths.

We always approach the world with a different mindset: constantly reinterpreting contemporary codes, never settling. By looking beyond the surface and imagining things that don’t yet exist we keep evolving our culture.





Retail Luxury Goods and Jewelry

Company size

10,001+ employees


Casellina di Scandicci, Florence




Luxury Goods

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