I have been working at Herbalife full-time (Less than a year)
What do I like the most here... Hmmm, well for starters the fact that once you join you're not joining a new company, but a fully grown and globally established organization which means most people you approach are already familiar with the brand. If you ever worked as an independant distributor you know what this means. It's an advantage in every way.
Other things that make Herbalife worthwile are their products, you're promoting a healthy lifestyle, so it's an incredibly easy sell if you know what you're doing. Apart from that, the training and advice I got at first was very well structured, and is actually perfect for beginners. I did this before so there wasn't much use in it for me expect some basic groundrules/best-case practices you need to go through, but if you're a beginner, you're going to learn everything you need to get started.
I mentioned Herbalife being a global brand and how good this can be. Sadly, and like any other global brand, there's always going to be someone that dislikes the brand for whatever reason, and these people are a hard sell, in which case this sort of brand awareness isn't that good, and you end up wasting your time. However, the ratio for me was far more sided to people who had a positive prejudice outlook on the brand, compared to those that had a negative one. I've been doing this for 9 months, and don't plan to stop anytime soon, that alone should tell you enough.
Advice to Management
Think it'd be good if Herbalife invested more in product awareness marketing. Let the general population realize your products are actually good for them.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Herbalife (Los Angeles, CA).
In person interview with team and then provided an offer. Very easy.
No negotiation needed they hit my salary as requested.