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12 days ago

Project Coordinator I grade 8 & II grade 9

Nu Skin Provo, UT

Coordinate and manage all labeling artwork for global products and other project managing initiatives for the Product Management group. Build a… Nu Skin


2 days ago

Compensation Analyst II – new

Nu Skin Provo, UT

s, and price new jobs. Produce HR analytics that support Compensation programs and HR metrics. Support the overall global alignment of compensation… Nu Skin


21 days ago

Service Desk Specialist I

Nu Skin Provo, UT

Under general supervision, provide Nu Skin employees front line Tier 1 IT support for the resolution of operational, usability, and enhancement of… Nu Skin


30+ days ago

Marketing Manager (Latin America)

Nu Skin Provo, UT

• Guide and support country management in developing localized strategies consistent with corporate philosophy. • Represent regional and country… Nu Skin


7 days ago

Runner

Nu Skin Provo, UT

Operates under the direction of the Dining Services Manager to provide service to customers. Coordinates with Hostess/Cashier and Line Cooks to… Nu Skin


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    great perks, but..

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    Former Employee - Product Support Specialist in Provo, UT
    Former Employee - Product Support Specialist in Provo, UT

    I worked at Nu Skin full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    They give great bonuses, Christmas presents, Lagoon Day, free products, great onsite exercise facility, competitive pay, extensive training for superior customer service, always hiring at call center. Great company values and okay work-life balance.

    Cons

    Always hiring at call center, and training every month. This is bad because it means you are expendable. They aren't afraid of the cost to train new people because they are hiring new people anyway. Although the call center has some quick turn-over it is hard to move up. Some of the current management have poor interviewing skills and are biased. They don't necessarily choose the person who is most qualified for the job. I know people who have quit on good terms and were not hired back although they had over 2 years of experience with that position. At the call center you are stuck to your computer all day and micromanaged to stick to your break schedule to the "T."

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please consider the management at the Call Center, make sure they are doing the best job to choose the best employees for your company and not just their favorites.

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