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I have been working at Mary KayPros
Make your own schedule and work as little or as much as you desire.Cons
Might not be for those who do not feel comfortable socializing.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Allow shipping to APO/FPO addresses.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4 days – interviewed at Mary Kay.Interview Details
I secured my interview through an outside recruiting agency and was told where to go, which HR rep to ask for upon arrival, and how long the process should take (they wanted it on a day when I already had a doctor appointment scheduled so I needed to be done by a certain time). When I arrived, I went to the "Human Resources Lobby" which was completely abandoned. I went to the main front desk and asked Security to let the HR rep know I was there. She never arrived. About 10 minutes after my interview was scheduled to begin, the actual managers came in to interview me. The interview itself lasted for the time I was told to expect, but then I was required to take multiple skills tests that I was not told about. The HR rep finally made an appearance to set these up for me, then quickly left me alone again without any means of contacting her should I have any problems. Which I did. The computer froze when I was about halfway into the first test (over an hour after I was scheduled to leave forcing me to cancel my doctor appointment at the last minute). I ended up having to finish the skills tests at home over the weekend and miss more work to make up the doctor appointment I had missed. The whole thing was ridiculous and thinking back on it, I'm questioning why I took the job.Interview Questions
Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
- There weren't any difficult or unexpected questions but I was required to take time-consuming, intensive skills tests that I was not expecting, causing me to miss additional work/personal commitments. These should have been mentioned when I asked about the length of time needed for the interview so that I could plan accordingly. Answer Question
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...