Mission: The Estee Lauder Companies has the values of a private company and the financial sophistication of a public company. We care about our people; we take a long-term view of the future. We are driven by passion and ideas.
I worked at Estée Lauder Companies part-time (More than a year)
I really enjoyed working at ELC. The workers are enjoyable and willing to sit down and teach. Something you will not always find during internships
Very large company and sometimes mundane work.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Estée Lauder Companies.
Recruited for Account Coordinator for Estee Lauder through Macy's. Went through 2 interviews with Macy's which went very well and then was screened by a Lauder Account Manager. I had a good rapport with each of the three interviewers. Final step was a Talent Plus interview (Lauder required), which is a standardized interview to determine a personality match. Talent Plus isn't allowed to interpret questions but they are allowed to give some feedback (make sure you ask) at the end of the interview and I received positive feedback. However, my result was a "Do Not Recommend", stating that I was not a personality match for employees already in the position. Interesting, because all throughout the interview process, the interviews discussed the challenges with the current employees.
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In recognition of Pride Month, Doug Jensen, VP of CRM and Corporate Marketing Analytics, reflects on gains made towards achieving greater equity in the workplace and why The Estée Lauder Companies is a great home for LGBTQA talent. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiPv