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L'Occitane Directeur Exécutif, Président du Conseil d'Administration et Président Directeur Général Reinold Geiger
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    Generally a good place to work, but if you intend to move up in company, expect s long wait and a lot of excuses.

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    Current Employee - Sales Associate in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Sales Associate in New York, NY

    I have been working at L'Occitane


    Monthly gratis of new products, flexible hours, great products, good environment.


    Only 4 paid holidays (if you are Christian, be prepared to work major holidays), antiquated computer system, inconsistencies between districts, lack of reliable communication, not all stores allowed to ship, and unless you want to start at level 1 and wait it out to see if you can rise to management position, you'd better enter company as a manager first. Otherwise you'll hear a lot of promises, only to watch them hire from the outside every time there is an opening.

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    Follow up on district managers to check on reliability and consistency. RMs need to know first hand who works the stores and gets the job done despite their DM.

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