I worked at Forever Living full-time (Less than a year)
Great benefits, annual performance raises and bonuses, unused sick time paid out at the end of the year and great products!
Office structure is unique, not in a good way.
Don't resolve conflict well, or at all. Either you quit, or they will eventually fire you unless you prefer being treated like crap, walking on egg shells and brown nosing for the rest of your life. Anyone can handle it, no one should have to, unless you want to. So far majority decided not to.
Advice to Management
Don't allow seniority employees to treat anyone under them how they chose because you are unsure on how to resolve conflict or because they have been that way for 17 years and no one THINKS they should do anything about it or maybe just doesn't know how to. This goes all the way up to the CFO.
Educate new people as to the structure of the company, so they are well informed on its uniqueness and can succeed and address people without being unknowingly disrespectful.
Communication is key if done correctly. When trying to resolve any issues between 2 parties and you are the manager involved of communicating to both sides, make sure you communicate to both sides, clearly, everything agreed upon with each and ensure both sides fully understand. Perhaps host a meeting with all parties involved to conclude and confirm both sides agree to whatever has been decided. Communication and training was a HUGE problem, as well as allowing the seniority employee(s) to bully those under them, aware of what they are doing, but never doing anything to resolve the problem, therefor leaving you to resign or get fired.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Forever Living (Phoenix, AZ) in January 2016.
The interview process was non professional and took a turn from positive to negative after answering several questions that were not relevant to the position requirements. Not a good feeling about this firm and would not be interested in working for them. Interviewer was arrogant as well.
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