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18 days ago

Responsable de magasin de détail

L'occitane En Provence Paris

responsable de magasin h/f - cdi - paris intra muros - l'occitane recrute 1 responsable de magasin motivé(e) pour renforcer ses équipes, en cdi, pour… Adzuna France

26 days ago

Key User SAP SD-gest° des données commerciales H/F


Etre le garant de de la création et de la mise jour de l'ensemble des données commerciales (conditions tarifaires, clients, jours et délais de… Adzuna France

21 days ago

chef de projet en alternance e-learning H/F

L'occitane En Provence Manosque

entreprise : l'occitane propose des produits de beauté et parfums sensoriels et de haute qualité. des actifs naturels avec une traçabilité prouvée… Adzuna France

20 days ago

Animateur commercial / Animatrice commerciale

L'occitane En Provence Serris

Compétences requises ou optionnelles : - Techniques de vente - Principes de la relation client - Typologie des clients/consommateurs - Utilisation de… Adzuna France

30+ days ago

Galway - Part-time Christmas Sales Associate

L'Occitane Northern Ireland

We have Temporary Part time positions from October - December with competitive rates of pay and excellent benefits. We are looking for confident and… Glassdoor

21 days ago


L'Occitane Paris

de poste LOccitane en Provence recrute un stagiaire pour travailler… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lakeside - Part-time Christmas Sales Associate

L'Occitane South East England

We have Temporary Part time positions from October - December with competitive rates of pay and excellent benefits. We are looking for confident and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Walton on Thames - Assistant Boutique Manager - 24h per week

L'Occitane Surrey

in line with company guidelines - Coordination of the boutique rota and management of time keeping and absence reporting Ideal experience for this… Glassdoor

30 days ago

TZ-Fachverkäufer/in Frankfurt Main Taunus

L'Occitane Allemagne-en-Provence

Schon seit über 30 Jahren bringt das Haus L'OCCITANE die Duftwelt und Lebensart der französischen Provence in seinen Produkten zum Ausdruck. Unser… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Norwich- Part-time Christmas Sales Associate

L'Occitane East of England

We have Temporary Part time positions from October - December with competitive rates of pay and excellent benefits. We are looking for confident and… Glassdoor

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L'Occitane Directeur Exécutif, Président du Conseil d'Administration et Président Directeur Général Reinold Geiger
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    Learn what you can, then Get Out while you can

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at L'Occitane part-time


    Reputable products, loyal clientele, monthly gratis.


    This company runs their retail teams like a whip-to-cattle. All the negatives noted - i.e., little to zero Work-Life Balance, paltry raises, ugly sorority attitudes, payroll hours being cut down, wearing clownish outfits to pull in traffic during dead heat or hellish cold, etc. - all true. And what makes it worse is that in some of the stores, the ventilation is not properly tended to, therefore, rendering the employees, or rather a lone, sole EMPLOYEE (emphasis on the singular adjective) to suffocate in the summer, or refrigerate in the winter. Customers have noted seeing sales associate wrapped to the nose, shivering in the store while trying to work, and the doors are wide open in the winter. Also experienced oven-like conditions in some stores where the air conditioner isn't fixed (or is unfixable). Upper management knows about these conditions, or they at least should get a clue. THIS is what this company does to their own when they are supposed to be the image of prestige and elite

    They train on product knowledge and put demands on what is expected to sell -- the 'Always' as it is called. Those 'Always' aren't the most 'Practical', or 'Preferred' for or by the customer, but the associate is expected to push anyway as if these creams are a drug fix. They do NOT provide proper computer registers training. All of it is learned on the floor at the stroke of the moment - God forbid you have a situation with a frozen screen, are left alone with a few cranky waiting customers, and having to troubleshoot on the spot. The Point of Sale system is the pits, and it moves like a death crawl. Doing Refunds, Exchanges, Store Credits, and Gift Cards can be an ordeal with these cruddy computers.

    Many notable employees have defected to other companies with better jobs due to many plausible reasons. These were people who once put in their "all in" to trying to hold operations, morale, and their sanity together under the strains of upper management. Looking at the Corporate folks lately, not one of them comes across as relatable people who truly understands how rough it is to work in the 'fields'. They can enjoy all their comforts of a warm desk, functional air conditioning, complimentary beverages by the company, and Summer Fridays while glazing over the sacrifices the retail soldiers must do to keep doors open. These associates risk their safety, their health, their integrity, their personal quality of life to pay their bills.

    So therefore, it is no wonder why those who have left, will never return. (Shredding their aprons should be the first Declaration of Independence ritual) Those who are left behind, are considering other options. Those newbies who are peeking into these reviews, are getting their lightbulb moment. Those who should or DO have the power to implement improvements, are STILL in full disregard.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Advice to Management is a near waste of breath. Denial and Delusion are alive and well in La-La-land.

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