At Helen of Troy, we share an uncommon passion for our work. With our collective expertise, we work together as a close-knit family of brands to create and deliver leading consumer products marketed in approximately 75 countries that make a difference in the lives of people across the world.
We employ over 1,500 full-time employees across North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. We also utilize temporary, part-time, and seasonal employees as needed.
Why join us?
A job at Helen of Troy provides you an array of career paths, development opportunities, leading benefits, and a foundation of values that shape our company. Supporting a diverse portfolio of brands, our 15+ locations elicit unique team cultures that attract a wide variety of people. Many of our products rank #1 brand in their category. We're proud to be market leaders with these powerful global brands, largely through our new product innovation, product quality, and business strategy.
What is it like working here?
Be part of our Transformation.
Helen of Troy is transforming. A few years ago, we launched a business strategy designed to improve performance and strengthen our capabilities. Our winning teams are adaptable leaders with an entrepreneurial spirit, collaborating best practices and seeking to set the new standard of excellence!
I have been working at Helen of Troy full-time (Less than a year)
Helen of Troy is certainly the best company I have ever worked for. Work environment is awesome, they care about their employees and benefits are very generous and certainly better than anywhere I have seen.
Pay conforms to market and benefits is certainly above average
Advice to Management
Keep on doing the great work
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Helen of Troy.
The interview process was straight forward, first a phone screen with the recruiter and then a phone screen with the hiring manager. That was followed up by an in person interview with members of the team I'd be working with.
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