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30+ days ago

Director, Bulk Processing

Revlon Oxford, NC

Ensure that all Customer requirements (domestic, international & special markets) are met per company objectives (Regular business forecast… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Financial Reporting & Analysis

Revlon New York, NY

• SEC Reporting (10Q, 10K, Proxy, other) • Corporate Financial Policies • FASB and Other Technical Pronouncements (research, interpretation… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Corporate Accounting

Revlon New York, NY

• Responsible for the Company’s consolidated financial closing process, which includes monthly, quarterly, and annual close for Revlon Consumer… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Warehouse Technician - 2nd

Revlon Oxford, NC

s, lot data and carton count. Must perform at 99.7% accuracy. Delivery and retrieval of material from 1,000,000 sq. ft. of Manufacturing and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager, Procurement - Packaging

Revlon Edison, NJ

THIS IS A TEMPORARY POSITION Lead select Packaging Procurement Integration efforts across 6 factories in 5 countries. Identify savings and value add… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mechanic A - Electronics/Electrician

Revlon Oxford, NC

Basic Function: Handles electronic troubleshooting, testing, repairs, services and maintenance of facility equipment. Major Duties: ·Troubleshoots… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Demand Planner

Revlon Miami, FL +2 locations

• May input sales/marketing intelligence for Export Hub for use in forecast systems, working with sales, marketing, and related forecasting and… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Warehouse Technician 3rd Shift

Revlon Oxford, NC

s, lot data and carton count. Must perform at 99.7% accuracy. Uses packaging slip to verify quantities, skus, lots, locations. •Delivery and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mechanic A - Bulk Processing, 3rd

Revlon Oxford, NC

•Has a working knowledge of all major equipment and systems in the company facility. •Plans… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Material Handler - 2nd

Revlon Oxford, NC

Pick and Pack customer orders maintaining a 99.9% accuracy rate. - Load active pick locations at 99.9% accuracy - Proper material handling of cartons… Glassdoor

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    Collaboration, more like Isolation

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    Current Employee - FPA Manager  in  New York, NY (US)
    Current Employee - FPA Manager in New York, NY (US)

    I have been working at Revlon full-time for more than a year


    - The pay is competitive compared to other similar firms.
    - They try to work to provide employees with a work-life balance.
    - International company with a strong brand.


    - Most of the work provided is mundane and repetitive. There is no real innovation at the company. Known to be a status quo company.
    - Employee advancement is ridiculously limited. I met employees who have worked for the company for 35 years are still Senior Analyst and have not been provided the opportunity to move up within the firm.
    - The company has a strategy of working separately and then throwing the separate parts together to create the product. There is not much collaboration between the departments in the company to create more innovative ideas to help grow the company.
    - Honestly, I hear employees spend more time complaining about working for the company than actually doing work for the company. It's the saddest form of productivity ineffectiveness I have ever seen.
    - Management is good at selling the company and its positions, but the pitch is a lot stronger than what they have to actually offer. A company with a brand this strong cant crack the Fortune 1000, there is a reason for that. Not where you want to be.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Groom and grow. Stop picking people from other companies that have no idea about your product and strategies. Also pay closer attention to your current employees and reevaluate their effectiveness and cut the fat. Get younger, and innovate. Stop being status quo. Don't believe me look at their financials for the last 5 years, always between 1.0-1.3B

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