RecommendsNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Tupperware full-time (More than 10 years)
Longevity - They would rather see you stay in the same position than move up. You have to really screw up to get fired. Name Recognition - Under paid and overworked but "Tupperware" looks good on a resume.
Compensation - Pay is below the national average. IT Building - IT needs a major upgrade. The rest of the buildings have been upgraded several times while IT is left on the back burner. Opportunities - If you are willing to jump through a bunch of hoops then you can move up in the company.
Advice to Management
Complacency kills productivity - If you don't place any importance on the employees in the IT building they will not go out of their way to be productive.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Tupperware (Orlando, FL).
In person interview at their corporate headquarters. Interview set up by someone in an entirely different department than who I met with. I met with the HR Manager for about 30 minutes. She spent more time showing me a display of products than we did in the interview. Basic behavioral interview questions. I then met with the Senior Customer Service Supervisor and Customer Service Manager for another 30-40 minutes. More behavioral interview questions coupled with straight-forward questions and information about the position. On the way out I was shown more of the campus. When I asked what their timeline was for them to make a decision I was just told ASAP and that I would receive a call from them. I found it strange that I was not able to get a business card or contact info for any of the people I met with to send a thank you note. I called a week after the interview to thank the person who set it up and let them know I was still interested. I was told I would hear something as soon as a decision was made but I never heard from them. Not even a basic email saying the job was offered to someone else which I felt was very unprofessional, especially for a large corporation. Definitely sent up some red flags with regard to how they hand things.
- What do you know about Tupperware? 1 Answer
Tupperware Brands Corporation (TBC) knows that there's more than one way to party. The company makes and sells household products and beauty items. Tupperware parties became synonymous with American suburban life in the 1950s, when independent salespeople organized gatherings to sell their plasticware. TBC deploys a sales force of about 2.6 million people in about 100 countries. The company also sells its products online. Brands include Armand Dupree, Avroy Shlain, BeautiControl, Fuller, NaturCare, Nutrimetics, Nuvo, Swissgarde, and, of course, Tupperware. Its ...