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Current Contractor - Consultant in Manteca, CA
Current Contractor - Consultant in Manteca, CA

I have been working at Tupperware as a contractor (more than 5 years)

Recommends
Neutral Outlook
No opinion of CEO
Recommends
Neutral Outlook
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Lifetime warranty. Once you buy these products, they will save you $100's if not $1000's over a lifetime of use

Cons

Can be a bit pricey in the beginning

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  1. I couldn't have asked for a better internship experience!

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    Former Employee - Design Intern in Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Design Intern in Orlando, FL

    I worked at Tupperware

    Recommends
    Approves of CEO
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Good design team.
    Great learning environment.
    Quality products.
    Experienced.

    Cons

    products a little scattered across the board
    design language/brand not as uniform and cohesive as it should be

    Advice to Management

    none

  2. Drink the Kool-Aid to really enjoy the work.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orlando, FL

    I worked at Tupperware

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Tupperware is a bigger company than most people think because of their international businesses. At the Orlando headquarters, you really get to know the people you work with and are able to build some wonderful work relationships. The employees are generally very passionate about the products and the sales people. The company gives out free products or offers highly discounted products often. The biggest job advancement opportunities are usually overseas. There is an on site gym, tennis courts, basketball courts, and they host 5K walk/runs often that go around the property. It is a completely non-smoking facility and property and there are positive efforts to support employees being healthy. They also have jeans days every once in a while that make for a more comfortable work day.

    Cons

    Educational reimbursement is only available to upper management levels even though it is listed as a benefit on all their recruitment information. Your level of education is basically ignored in the recruiting process as insider experience tends to be more valued. You eventually have so much free product that the idea of taking home something else makes you bitter. In the US business, you work in an environment that is ever changing and very short-handed so you work a lot under stressful circumstances and virtually impossible deadlines. The majority of the people are overwhelmed with their workload. There is a level of micro-management that prevents movement of work in a timely manner or causes so many last minute changes that time is frequently wasted with re-work. There is no time for long term strategy planning, employee development, or succession planning because everyone is too busy with the day to day workload. When someone leaves the company it usually deals a major blow to the business until the replacement is found and gets up to speed months later. The worldwide side of the business works at a more manageable pace and often has great international business travel opportunities for managers. The US business is stuck. They are having difficulty progressing because of old processes, old IT systems, not having enough people and old ways of thinking from very tenured or inbred-thinking employees. You must love the in-home party, direct selling business model and the sales people that go along with it to really enjoy working here. It is a company that is really behind with today's culture and they seem to be ignoring trends in how today's consumers prefer to shop and focus more on how their aging sales force prefers to sell.

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