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30+ days ago

E-Commerce Intern - Fashion Industry Opportunity

L'Occitane en Provence New York, NY

- Support media buys, display and retargeting initiatives. - Assist with affiliate partner management - Create weekly and monthly marketing reports… VelvetJobs.com

30+ days ago

Digital Marketing Intern - Fashion Industry Opportunity

L'Occitane en Provence New York, NY

s for campaign-related and other themed boards, interact with other Pinners , etc) -Monitor 50+ individual country websites to ensure international… VelvetJobs.com

30+ days ago

Wholesale Marketing Intern - Fashion Industry Opportunity

L'Occitane en Provence New York, NY

Strong written and verbal communication and organizational skills required. Must be detail… VelvetJobs.com

30+ days ago

E-CRM Associate Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity

L'Occitane en Provence New York, NY

The E-CRM Associate Manager will be responsible for coordinating and executing the day-to-day email marketing activities, primarily email production… VelvetJobs.com

6 days ago

Chef de projet RSE Environnement H/F


- Suivi du plan d'action Optimisation Remplissage des contenants logistiques en lien avec la Direction Logistique et Développement Pack - coordonner… JobisJob

7 days ago

Melvita / Erborian Marketing Web Coordinator

L'Occitane West Wickham, London, England

CAMPAIGNS Following the construction of the Campaign brief by the Brand Manager, the Marketing Coordinator will collate all elements and work with… Adzuna

13 days ago

Boutique Manager - Salisbury - 375 hours pw - Temporary

L'Occitane Salisbury, England

of a Boutique Manager is to effectively manage the day-to-day operation of the boutique and team to consistently achieve the boutique objectives and… Adzuna

15 days ago

Chargé d'Affaires Réglementaires CDD/CDI H/F

L'OCCITANE Manosque +2 locations

* Constitution et gestion des documents techniques nécessaires aux d'enregistrements pour l'export. * Suivi de la veille réglementaire et mise jour… JobisJob

24 days ago

Cheltenham Assistant Boutique Manager

L'Occitane Cheltenham, England

in line with company guidelines - Coordination of the boutique rota and management of time keeping and absence reporting Ideal experience for this… Adzuna

5 days ago

Boutique Manager - New Boutique - Aldeburgh

L'Occitane United Kingdom

include: - Working within the Company guidelines to achieve the boutique Company financial targets - To manage the day to day operational and… Adzuna

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L'Occitane Directeur Exécutif, Président du Conseil d'Administration et Président Directeur Général Reinold Geiger
Reinold Geiger
25 Ratings

    A trip to Provence in your hometown

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    Former Employee - Full-Time Sales Associate in Oakbrook Terrace, IL
    Former Employee - Full-Time Sales Associate in Oakbrook Terrace, IL

    I worked at L'Occitane full-time (more than 3 years)


    It was an honor working for this company. Beautiful environment, Product Education like opening a good book. Entrancing in the spell that is cast.


    Better communication from between company and associates other than e-mail that is to be monitored thru out the day.
    Constant barrage of "events" that are no longer special, or create excitement. Consumers are jaded by this.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The staff is human, as are the consumers and when you have someone who really loves the product and work nurture this and build from it.
    Unsettling manner in which customer challenges are handled.
    Have your teams back or they will not have yours.
    The customer is not always right. They are working out a frustration out on an individual who is powerless to defend themselves.
    In the pursuit for money in business one must draw the line as to where it is too much and becomes humiliation for the individual at any cost, so long as they are buying something.
    Tighten up on the disgusting returns. People should be ashamed but they never are. It is STEALING and the attitude is that "this is a big company can absorb it". That may be true but multiply that a thousand times and then you are not making money.

    I thank you for the Miraculous Product Olivier. You brought LIVING SOUL to those of us who understand.

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