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29 days ago

Analyst, Demand Planning

The Estee Lauder Companies New York, NY

** Launch Planning: * Maintain salable product from forecast inception to launch by supporting marketing team and forecast adjustment feedback… Beyond.com


18 days ago

SAS Principal Scientist

The Estee Lauder Companies Melville, NY

* Design, Review, Create Reports & Perform Stress & Photo-stability Studies (60%) - Independence of Action With moderate… Beyond.com


16 days ago

TEMPORARY - Lab Technician

The Estee Lauder Companies Melville, NY

* · Conducts analytical chemical tests on raw materials, finished products and mass using wet chemistry and instrumentation techniques following SAS… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Compounder -2nd Shift

The Estee Lauder Companies Blaine, MN

** * Assist Master Compounder in completing batches in a timely fashion. * Work in a safe manner at all times. * Assist in the production of batches… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Formulation Chemist -Bumble & bumble

The Estee Lauder Companies Blaine, MN

* * Independence of Action and Accountability - In this role, the R&D… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Manager, Global Brand Supply Chain - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Estée Lauder New York, NY

· Insure all milestones meet their due dates in order to achieve the Target Ship Date by driving the process end-to-end. Resolve all timeline issues… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Specialist EAS Retail

The Estee Lauder Companies Melville, NY

** * Reviews information sources for new and or changes to existing relevant laws, rules and regulations, and notifies management as appropriate… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Director, Global Store Design - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Estée Lauder New York, NY

Propose and develop new design initiatives in line with Brand Global vision. Coordinate with visual merchandising, creative, marketing and sales to… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Director, Global Skincare Marketing - Fashion Industry Opportunity

Estée Lauder New York, NY

· Develops and presents to management specific marketing program and product strategies considering positioning and concept; COG analysis and… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Manager, Digital Marketing, Lab Series and Men%27s Skincare Group

The Estee Lauder Companies New York, NY

** * Manage global strategy development and implementation of digital/social media strategies. * Responsible for integration of digital elements… Beyond.com


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Estée Lauder Companies President, CEO, and Director Fabrizio Freda
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    Toxic environment, good name on your resume

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    Current Employee - Former Employee  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Former Employee in New York, NY

    I have been working at Estée Lauder Companies full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Company name on your resume once you want to leave. Benefits are great, elaborate holiday party and free or discounted beauty products from leading luxury brands.

    Cons

    In a company that has mostly women employed and at the helm, there is a seriously toxic culture. Instead of women trying to enhance and elevate one another, it is more about putting other women down to get ahead. There is no trusting anyone you work with, not a collaborative environment because people are always looking to get the credit. The particular department I worked for was exceptionally toxic, if you did not conform to the group or did not become who the head of the department wanted you to be, there were major consequences. At times crying in the bathroom was my only resolve. Also--compensation is TERRIBLE, below market for NYC. Also, work long hours and limited work life balance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There are brilliant younger women with amazing ideas who do not want to be your coordinator or admin assistant for the rest of their lives. This is your opportunity to make a difference and be a mentor. Bring the younger folks to the table and let their ideas be heard. Maybe senior management and entry level folks can all learn from each other. Otherwise the company will continue to have high turnover and be stuck with the antiquated processes.

    Doesn't Recommend
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