L'Occitane Jobs & Careers


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20 days ago

STAGE CHARGE(E) DAFFAIRES IMMOBILIERES- H/F

L'Occitane Paris

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


29 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


30+ days ago

Lagerist (m/w) München

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

Turnbridge Wells - Part-time Christmas Sales Associate

L'Occitane Royal Tunbridge Wells, 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


10 days ago

Beales Bournemouth - Counter Manager - 28h per week

L'Occitane South West England

include: - To work within the Company guidelines to achieve the account and Company financial targets - To manage the day to day operational and… Glassdoor


19 days ago

STAGE ASSISTANT(E) MARCHE

L'Occitane Suisse

Depuis plus de 30 ans, LOCCITANE en Provence révèle les senteurs et lart de vivre méditerranéen travers ses lignes de produits (soins du visage et du… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Responsable de Magasin H/F - CDI - région de Nice (06)

L'Occitane Aix-en-Provence

Aujourdhui, le Groupe LOCCITANE est présent dans plus de 90 pays avec plus de 2200 boutiques dans le monde et développe et distribue quatre marques… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cardiff - Part-time Christmas Sales Associate

L'Occitane Wales

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

London - Victoria - Part-time Christmas Sales Associate

L'Occitane London, 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
Reinold Geiger
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at L'Occitane

    Pros

    Relatively tidy stores. Store soundtrack that doesn't sound like a funeral dirge.

    Cons

    When target numbers are not met due to a bad season or no-fault regardless of all efforts, it's the store teams that suffer and are unfairly 'punished' by having the following taken away from them:

    - number of allotted hours to stay afloat
    - stability, safety, and structure
    - the possibility of becoming Full-time with benefits (if you are a part-timer already putting in more than 32 hours consistently)

    Result from the above mentioned, are a bare-bones crew running a store that will wear them to the core! Just 1 Associate, no manager around to resolve situations, and 5-8 customers in a store all at once with ZERO back up, and worse, registers that freeze. The pressure placed on the one sales person in closing shift is outrageous, especially if the day began slow, and the final hours are dependent to drag in that last 1k needed to make goal. There is no safety guarantee! Many of these associates are young women trying to work a closing shift alone, often late, often minding not only a store, the products, but also their defenseless selves.

    Also, for Part-Timers, they are relatively screwed of hours, sending many scrambling around to scratch up shifts. Many Part-Timers need their jobs to pay for school, cover living expenses, and save for rainy days -- and this company makes it nearly impossible to plan your life. On top of that, so many are not trained properly on policies, how to deal with problem customers and registers, trouble-shooting, and compliancy rules. Mistakes are made, and frustrations accumulate. So many have quit, it's become a game of "Who's Next and How Soon".

    Full-timers and managers are already stretched to the point of apathy. With the ever mounting pressure and constant changes, it all becomes just a big stress-pile, and a huge joke to come to work - breaking points are reached. The next game should be titled 'How Soon before Collapse' for this company!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    As several reviews have said, Corporate Management does not care about the store employees. Advice falls on deaf ears!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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