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30+ days ago

Fenwick Newcastle (Wholesale) - Sales Associate - 16h per week

L'Occitane North East England

include: - To deputize in the absence of the Counter Manager to ensure the continued operational and financial objectives are met - To ensure that… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Chef de projet CRM et Connaissance Client

L'Occitane Paris

de poste Au sein de léquipe CRM International / Europe, vous êtes en charge : • du suivi du déploiement… Glassdoor


13 days ago

STAGE MARKETING OPERATIONNEL EUROPE L'OCCITANE

L'Occitane Ile-de-France

Depuis plus de 35 ans, LOccitane en Provence révèle les senteurs et lart de vivre méditerranéen travers ses lignes de produits (soins du visage et du… Glassdoor


13 days ago

VZ-Fachverkäufer/

L'Occitane Allemagne-en-Provence

Schon seit über 30 Jahren bringt das Haus L'OCCITANE die Duftwelt und Lebensart der französischen Provence in seinen Produkten zum Ausdruck. Unser… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Dublin (Dundrum) - Senior Sales Associate - 24h per week

L'Occitane Belfast, Northern Ireland

include: - To deputize in the absence of the Boutique Manager or Assistant Boutique Manager to ensure the continued operational and financial… Glassdoor


6 days ago

STAGE CONTROLE DE GESTION ERBORIAN

L'Occitane Ile-de-France

de poste Intégré(e) une petite structure, dans un environnement réactif et responsabilisant, vous serez amené(e) travailler en interface… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Manchester - Sales Associate - 8h per week

L'Occitane North West England

for this role include: - To act as an ambassador for LOccitane - Actively contribute to the achievement of boutique sales and operational objectives… Glassdoor


28 days ago

Guildford - Senior Sales Associate - 16h per week

L'Occitane Surrey

include: - To deputize in the absence of the Boutique Manager or Assistant Boutique Manager to ensure the continued operational and financial… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Conseiller de Vente H/F - CDI - Manosque

L'Occitane France

de poste L'Occitane recrute des conseiller(e) de vente motivé(e)s pour renforcer ses équipes du futur… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

High Wycombe - Sales Associate - 4h per week

L'Occitane South East England

for this role include: - To act as an ambassador for LOccitane - Actively contribute to the achievement of boutique sales and operational objectives… Glassdoor


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    Great products, some great people, unnecessary stress

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate
    Former Employee - Sales Associate

    I worked at L'Occitane part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    -If you are lucky and get to be a part of a fun and supportive team then it helps a lot.
    -Products are wonderful
    -The customers are great
    - Company contests
    - Gratis (typically $35 worth, except when the new Divine came out)

    Cons

    -As a sales associate you are still required to be as responsible as the manager and ASM. The pay difference is so great but you still end up doing more than the ones in charge. The motivation to move higher in the company isn't there. My manager and ASM were burnt out and always complaining, the last minute campaign requirements were very unorganized, the amount of emails the district gets is unnecessary, micromanaging is not effective, etc. There is such a lack of sensitivity and so much hypocrisy the higher you go. Obviously a business wants to sell but the way they push (especially when DM and regional visit) is ridiculous. Your experience of the company definitely depends on which district you are a part of. The DM was very fake in mine, my manager cheated on her hours, and in general the people in charge were the ones who made me hate the job. Some of the higher ups aren't even aware of the crap they say.

    -A friend of mine from another district said their DM made a "selling point" for a HAIR oil that could be used as an "EYE MAKEUP REMOVER" as well... The same DM that pushes skincare (they all do) was so ignorant to forget only ophthalmologist approved products can be used around the eye. And don't get me started on an insensitive email that my Regional Manager sent one day when sales were low. I loved the boutique and there were wonderful customers but I just ended up hating everything about the job that was bs.

    -The price of the products keep going up.

    - They have eco-friendly products yet our store didn't even have a recycle bin or a way to recycle all the glass containers from products once samples were used up.

    - Tiny backroom that was dangerously over-packed with shipment

    - Always a computer issue at the worst times

    - The company wants sales and complains about stores going over hrs when paying employees. They expect too much even when there would usually be just one person in the store. With too many customers and one associate, some sales would always be lost

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop being hypocrites, care more for your employees instead of finding better ways to sell with your scripts and such. Happy employees want to keep their jobs and are better at selling without the pressure and nonsense.

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