Loved this job because of the people I worked with.
Product Manager (Former Employee), Honolulu HI – April 22, 2014
Pros: variety of responsibilities.
Cons: working remote.
A typical day at work was going from shop to shop checking on counters and employee. In this job I learned to work on my own. I was the only person in this district. The Managers that I worked for were in Paris. I learned to communicate using the Internet and phone. Managers change often always having to bring new Managers up to date for the district. Worked – more... on my own. Being remote having to wait for direction or confirmation on decisions for the district. I loved working on events and promotions. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), United States – April 9, 2014
If you are not looking for a sales position don't apply. They pay sales people higher as oppose to back of house like the operations team that get paid peanuts. There is no room for advancements. And don't assume you can transition into about store like going to Louis Vuitton from Celine. Or from Marc Jacobs to Dior. It's not going to happen. It's frowned – more... upon to do so, unless you have a connection in Paris or corporate. – less
Beauty Expert (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – February 25, 2014
Pros: education, great team work, great leadership, fun, trendy
Cons: no work life balance
It was an amazing experience working with christian dior not only was it so enjoyable seeing this company always evolve to do new looks and trends with the packaging of the cosmetics, it was such a joy learning about all the new amazing products , that it was not just about the packaging it was a quality which equaled an amazing product to learn about – more... and teach to my clients, and all of that equaled amazing number for my counter. – less
one of the best companies i have worked for its like a luxury school
Senior sales (Former Employee), Doha, DAW – November 29, 2013
making sure all guidelines are perfect in the morning to make sure that the boutique is ready for all clients
i learned how to deal with high vip client with a fully knowledge about products i attend many trainings i learned also how to be professional with the clients to make sure that all client are satisfied i also learned all kind of materials – more... and leathers and exotic leather
management are professional i learned from my manager everything like how to deal with high client in the vip salon in the boutique and provide the client her needs and specific orders
the hardest part was when we have shipment delay
the enjoyable part when we achieved the target and the stretch target there is an award for the top employee and there a boutique party every month for all employee – less
I like to make plans on to what to wear & what specific clients I will go visit within my territory way far in advance; this has helped me in the past to be more productive.
I have learned that building up relationships with the clients is the secret to success. I always work on having great relationships with clients & coworkers.
I really enjoy team – more... work and being able to have a new challenge everyday at work. I also know how to manage my own time by being very punctual and thinking of earlier times for my appointments to avoid ever being late.
The most enjoyable part of my job is getting to know new people and specially being able to help them.
I really enjoy doing make overs for the clients and making them look and feel better. – less
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – December 30, 2012
Pros: love to work at christian dior
Cons: moved to another state
Great team management, I got to learn so much to be come a great retail customer service with the large amount of sale that I have to hander everyday to met the sale goal every month. work place s wonderful, every one helping either as a team work
Sales Specialist (Former Employee), New York, NY – October 8, 2012
Pros: experience in luxury sales and a nice discount with dior and saks
Very typical luxury sales job. Highly competitive and lucrative. Sales were typical and a little hard convincing some customers so it definitely taught me how to hone in on my sales skills and when to push versus when to step away.
cosmetic counter manager (Former Employee), clearwater,florida – June 28, 2012
Cons: keeping items in stock
Great company !! Started with them in 1984 and worked as artist and counter manager off and on thru 2003. Account managers always there to support you and go out of their way to give praise when it is due.Now live in an area that just does not appreciate the quality and purity of the line---sooooo sad for me !
Area Sales Manager (Former Employee), Jeddah – July 1, 2014
Maintaining and increasing sales of company's products. Reaching the targets and goals set for area. Establishing, maintaining and expanding our customer base requirements. Servicing the needs of our existing customers. Increasing business opportunities through various routes to market. Setting sales targets for individual representative and – more... my team as a whole. Recruiting and training sales staff. Allocating areas to sales representatives. Developing sales strategies and setting targets. Monitoring my team's performance and motivating them to reach targets, compiling and analyzing sales figures. Possibly dealing with some major customer accounts. Collecting customer feedback and market research. Reporting to senior managers. Keeping up to date with products and competitors. – less