I have been working at Herbalife full-time (More than 3 years)
Longevity if you want it. I've been in IT for nearly 20 years and this is the only place where i haven't been looking over my shoulder for HR coming to tell me I was downsized or outsourced.
Upward mobility if you take initiative and show your value.
Lots of perks. They really care about their employees.
Oh yah, 3 weeks of vacaction right off the bat!
Like any company, there is a dearth of quality leadership. There are some micro-managers and those always sucking up rather than doing actual work, but less here than many places I've been.
Lack of diversity in IT.
Advice to Management
Reward your top performers, cut your bottom performers or at least give a development program to bring them up.
Now that all the major projects are wrapped up (R12 upgrade/Lemonade/MCS). Give your IS teams time to rebuild and focus on team organizational management and process improvements.
So many things have been on hold for so long, those types of things have suffered.
Listen to your visionary leaders and quiet those "naysayers" who always shoot down good ideas but never offer any of their own.
Always be innovating...
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Herbalife.
There is no official interview process. To become a Wellness Coach, you can simply sign up on line and you'll be directed to a coach in your area or you can find someone to work with via social media, or you'll be recruited while out shopping, for example.