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7 days ago

Transportation Coord. III

Elizabeth Arden Roanoke, VA

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. a leader in the prestige cosmetics industry has the following opening at its Roanoke, VA Worldwide Logistics and Distribution… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Finance Manager (SBU), Mass

Elizabeth Arden Miramar, FL

Main Areas of Responsibility: • Supporting sales with financial analyses and reports including Global Pricing Report • Analyzing and… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Assoc Manager, Marketing

Elizabeth Arden New York, NY


25 days ago

Manager - Packaging Development and Engineering

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. New York, NY

/__ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:_ * Accountable for End-to-End launch execution for all elements of package development and end to end execution… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Account Manager

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. Nottingham, England +2 locations

In return we will provide you with... A competitive salary package, commission and performance related… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Planner

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. New York, NY

Responsible for inventory management, including stock mix and consistent order flow with each buying office. Review orders in the system to ensure… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Account Manager

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. Dublin, GBR

# Business Account Manager, Boots, Liffy Valley, DublinEire Elizabeth Arden is among the world`s most prestigious skincare, make-up and fragrance… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Part Time Fragrance Ambassador

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. Romford, England

In return, we will provide you with a competitive salary package and commission. Excellent in house training, contemporary uniform… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Manager - Debenhams Brighton

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. United Kingdom

In return we will provide you with... A competitive salary package, commission and performance related… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Full Time Beauty Consultant

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. Redditch, England +4 locations

In return we will provide you with... A competitive salary package, commission and performance related… Glassdoor

Elizabeth Arden Reviews

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Elizabeth Arden Chairman, President, and CEO E. Scott Beattie
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    Unorganized, undervalued, unappreciated and under paid!

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    Former Employee - Hair Stylist  in  New York, NY (US)
    Former Employee - Hair Stylist in New York, NY (US)

    I worked at Elizabeth Arden full-time for less than a year


    The people I met who have also left.


    This company does not value its employees and is extremely unorganized. They expect you to drop everything and come to a meeting in a moments notice when that meeting doesn't even pertain to you. During my employment there they thought they were doing us a favor by giving us an hourly rate due to construction delays, but what they failed to understand or care about was the pathetic amount they gave us didn't pay for all of the debt we incurred during our time there. Aside from the the commute alone, paying for lunches, etc. the pathetic 8.00 an hour they paid us didn't even cover a Metro Card. They later upped it to 10 and thought they had given us gold. When construction went on for another delay they said they would give us all a bonus. (Of course it was taxed) but you had to stay for another 4 weeks to see it. If you work for them prepare yourself to live on their hourly wage and not a penny more. You have to work on at least 11 clients a week in order to make a commission. Sound easy? It's impossible! All we did was work on employees. They give their corporate people huge discounts and then those people don't even tip you on the full bill. Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! By the way, they don't advertise, so seeing 11 clients a week is next to impossible. We were told, "Here are your business cards, the rest is up to you now." Did I mention the cards were two months late? Oh, and if you asked for a schedule so that you might be able to "plan" your life, they looked at you as though you had asked them for a liver transplant. We were told there was a massive advertising campaign and it never happened. I won't even get started on the artistic team they hired.
    We cleaned the salon every day for a week, unpacked boxes, moved boxes and unpacked them again and again. At one point a few of the office employees had a breakfast and she yelled at one of the styling team for taking some orange juice. Real humane!
    I kept telling myself it would get better, but sadly, it only got worse. Stay away from this company! I saw people lose their entire savings trying to stay afloat there and all of the promises that were made that went by the wayside. We were always reminded of how "replaceable" we all were.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop expecting your salon staff to do the job you do with the salaries you make and to work the hours that you work. We are not salaried employees!!! Stop using your employees to your advantage. I was hired to be a stylist at your salon, not the maid service, the packing service or the group talk service to talk about your new products and evaluate them. They are called focus groups and they get paid 100.00 a session, not 8.00. Wake up and smell 2014! People want to work with a company that is conscious and treats its people well. As much as you try to advance Elizabeth Arden, you might want to just accept that fact that it will always be the place everyone buys their mother a gift certificate to on Mother's Day. It will never be more than that because the people who run this corporation are still stuck in that mode. Wake up and treat your employees better-then maybe you might see a change in your growth. It's not always about the bottom line-especially when you are using your employees to make your quotas.

    Disapproves of CEO