Business Manager (Current Employee) – South East – 10 June 2017
The best experience I have had in Retail Management. The Pro Artists and Training team are supportive and down-to-earth. My team is amazing! The customers are lovely and really look to you as the expert.
Lovely co-workers, customers, and upper Management
Internet Warehouse Assistant (Contract) (Former Employee) – Southampton, Hampshire – 25 May 2017
Finished University and recognised this as a fantastic brand. Loved the structure of the company. I would help the manager with internet orders and deal with the enquires. Maintained a relationship with the MD
Sales Associate (Debenhams store) (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 22 May 2017
Varying shifts, job role encompassed drawing customers in, informing them about products they have or were interested in. Helping guide customers to how to us beauty and skin care and other products (e.g. brushes). The main part of the job was selling and meeting targets, also being able to take part in global scale company events.
The work environment in Debenhams and Lauder was very enjoyable, the staff force was friendly and made the environment relaxed whilst still pressured enough to thrive successfully.
A nurturing and understanding company to start a professional career with, who focus on promotion within. Having moved departments, I have seen work in a lot of the company, and have found a lot of the practices standardised and carried out efficiently throughout.
Employee discount on Estée Lauder Companies products
Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Portsmouth – 30 March 2017
Working in estee lauder is busy but can be fun Its a very fast workplace and it can take time to get used to It as you have to be quite fast. It can get very hot working in the workshop, as your working fast, and you have to wear overall, gloves hat and glasses.
Video Editor for the Vice Presidents Leaving Video (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 4 February 2017
I was employed to do one job for the company so I cannot talk for the whole of it, however while working on the Vice Presidents leaving video, the company were very cooperative as well as friendly to help me in any way.
John Lewis Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) – Lauder, UK – 30 January 2017
Making yourself and work area presentable. Checking stock and reordering. Sales motivated. I enjoyed the feel good factor that people would buy a product to treat themselves. Didn't enjoy standing for long hours.
Smashbox crew member (Former Employee) – the trafford centre – 11 January 2017
Lauder is an amazing brand to be a part of. I couldn't fault my management team. The store i worked in however was a nightmare, Boots. Most of the management are power hungry unemphatic and lazy bar a few. the experience of the whole time i worked there has seriously made me reconsider whether i want to work in the retail industry again its just filled with a bunch of bullies.
Order Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Fareham – 2 November 2016
A good company to work for, you need to be physically fit t o work in the warehouse as you are walking/on your feet all day. Good camaraderie, easy to learn, variety if you want it. Best part of the job -Staff shop really good! Worst part - no security, people laid off/called back with no notice depending on the demands of the business.
Beauty Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – London – 31 October 2016
Presentation with ones self and counter. Everyday is a learning day , new customers ,new products. Managing counter, staff ,figures and targets. Co workers are your partners working equally alongside them with an honesty and understanding. Products, using them selling them and being trained on new ones.Meeting new people and demonstrating and telling i.e. customers about the product ending with a sale with a returning customer. passion.