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- Culture & Values
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One of Mary Kay's values is to treat others using the Golden Rule, and employees and leaders strive to do that daily. Our CEO believes in servant leadership. We all work together to achieve our mission of enriching women's lives. We offer the most rewarding opportunity in direct selling, and when you change a woman's life you also change her family's life.
I enjoy what I do and who I work with. I am given new projects for my learning and growth that keep my job interesting.
I still have bad days, but fewer bad days than I've had at other companies. Mary Kay isn't perfect, but many people are trying to do the right thing.
If you are looking for a highly innovative company, or one that funds a lot of research and development, or one where you can move up quickly, Mary Kay might not be the right fit for you.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Mary Kay (Dallas, TX) in April 2015.
I had applied online through their job portal and received a call for an interview on site with the hiring manager. The interview was really pleasant with the manager explaining the intern position and asking me about my experience so far. The manager was really helpful with any questions I had and made sure I was comfortable. Overall, it was a very nice experience.
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Celebrating more than 40 years in business, Mary Kay is in the pink as one of the top direct sellers of beauty products in the US. It offers more than 200 products in six categories: body care, color cosmetics, facial skin care, fragrance, nail care, and sun protection. More than 2 million independent sales consultants demonstrate Mary Kay products in the US and about 35 other countries; the company also sells products through its website. Consultants vie for awards each year that range from jewelry to its trademark pink Cadillac (first awarded in 1969). The Mary Kay Ash...