PartyLite Reviews

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PartyLite President Robert B. Goergen
Robert B. Goergen
10 Ratings
  • Good job - limited growth potential

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    Current Employee - Sales & Marketing in Plymouth, MA
    Current Employee - Sales & Marketing in Plymouth, MA

    I have been working at PartyLite full-time (More than 10 years)


    A medium sized company, but feels like a small company. The staff all know each other and are friendly. The best thing about being there is the people I get to work with and interact with every day. The company has been good to me and flexible throughout the years that I have been there. The benefits are very good.


    Communication is a problem between upper management and staff. The business often changes on a quickly and it is difficult to complete a task or initiative effectively. Upper management is often reactionary and it is difficult to break out of our 'old' ways. There is also not enough staff to keep up with the demand of the workload.

    Advice to Management

    Open channels of communication. Use your staff based on their abilities. Bring new staff in to help energize existing people and to help with workload.

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    Marketing Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Plymouth, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at PartyLite (Plymouth, MA).


    it was a quick hiring process. I was called for initial interview, few days later called in for a second, and received an offer within the following week. I have spoken to direct supervisor, director during the first interview, and following interview with different department heads, including, marketing, sourcing, quality.

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Headquarters Plymouth, MA
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Operated By Blyth
Founded 1973
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

The PartyLite tradition of making the world’s finest candles dates back more than a century to one woman and one candle in the heart of New England, where American candle-making has its roots. In 1909, a schoolteacher named Mabel Baker began making bayberry candles in her Cape Cod kitchen. Soon she was producing the finest candles in New England. From those sweet, fragrant ... More

Mission: Our people are multi-talented. Our fragrances are layered and complex. But our creed is remarkably simple: -We're an innovative, high-end home fragrance company. -We support and inspire independent Consultants as they design and define their own individual approaches to business. -We pay people what they're worth. -We embrace new technology. -We think work should be fun. -We take care of our communities. -And we smell fantastic!

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