Make artist/sales associate (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – January 20, 2016
Working as a makeup artist at estee lauder was simply awesome I got to work with an meet different cultures along with strengthen m skills as an sales associate and make up artist ,it also allowed me to pick up more skills on perfecting my customer service skills.
Customer service rep. Make-up artist/cashier (Former Employee) – concord, CA – October 19, 2015
Fulfilling the customers needs was a priority. I learned that everyone is unique and should be handled with care. The management was very reliable and made sure everything ran smoothly. I really enjoyed working with my co-workers. We made a great team. The hardest part of the job was learning how to divide my time between customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was making people feel as though They were number one.
• Coordinating and maintaining floor and stock areas consistent with store standards in presentation and hygiene requirements • Unpacking new merchandise deliveries in a timely manner should be stored in a place that does not obstruct customer access to the department • Ensuring timely set-up including signage for promotional events • Following procedures for all systems including AIR, counts, markdowns, retickets, inventory control, and RTV’s • Maintaining store and vendor professional dress standards (uniforms) and appearance • Cooperating with fellow associates and management • Complying with store policies concerning attendance, tardiness, and associate handbook • Accepting additional duties or share responsibilities during busy times and/or as requested by Area Sales Manager/Merchandise Coordinator/Store Manager • Assisting with all non-sell duties as assigned by Counter Manager/Area Sales Manager/Merchandise Coordinator/Store Manager where appropriate • Maintaining open lines of communication with store management, account executive, and vendor management
Freelance Makeup artist (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 12, 2016
I learned through out the years of doing make up and styling hair, is to really listen and understand your clients needs make them feel like a guest in your home treat them with respect and honesty! I really enjoyed all my clients reactions after I was done with my work, making them feel beautiful from the inside out. and really you are nothing without teamwork when you all get along and put your hands together to make a company work you can't go wrong, it makes it a more pleasant place for the customer to be in!
I love having a job where I wake up in the morning and look forward to being at work because I love what I do as well as my co workers and my management team. The pay is great, the benefits are awesome. It doesn't even feel like work!
Event Sales Coordinator (Former Employee) – Miami and Ft Lauderdale – September 25, 2012
A typical day at work is filled with exciting things, because its in an exciting environment, the products sell themselves. Its the beauty industry and who does not want to look beautiful. The fun part is that I got paid and very well at that, to make women feel good about themselves and their purchases. I would travel to various retail stores to set up for Beauty events, which included signage, tables, product, and worked along with the team at the store to sell product. Management had a very good way of difusing any stress and pressure to perform, because everyone wore a beauty smile and made it work as a team effort, and the sales goals were exceeded. There was a good vibe amongst the coworkers, mutual respect for each other. The hardest part of the job was felt at the end of the work day when you got home, after the rush of excitement and the shoes came off from the long hours on your feet. But in the beauty business you should know what to do to bounce back just as bright and beautiful the next day. The most enjoyable part of the job was servicing a very satisfied customer, have a high sales day at the events that exceeded goals.
Stimulating environment with advancement potential
Executive Director E-Commerce (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 23, 2013
fast paced, energetic environment., average compensation when compared with industry. Good benefits when compared with industry. Culture is good, Values are honorable - the Lauder family and corporation are very philanthropic. i feel comfortable and that my Job is secure at the present time.
Estee Lauder, overall, is a good solid company to work for
Area Beauty Advisor (Current Employee) – Upstate SC and Western NC – September 24, 2014
They are generous with perks, but tend to be on the low end of compensation. It is fast paced and fun. Love my co-workers and absolutely love my management team. I learned so much about business from them. The most difficult part is meeting daily goals.
Beauty Advisor (Former Employee) – Brookfield, WI – May 14, 2015
Enjoyed the benefits and perks of the job enjoyed the uniforms and my coworkers. It was difficult trying to remember every product and it's benefit, as well as being able to get sales on our slowest days.
A typical day at my work was very busy and eclectic, doing multitasking activities, learning about how to set inventory layout etc.,, having great coworkers, can't said the same about the management team, who were the hardest part of the job.
Manager & Beauty Advisor, Dillards/Estee Lauder (Former Employee) – Coralville, IA – November 24, 2015
As a beauty advisor/manager at Estee Lauder, I was able to help women feel confident by enhancing their appearance through makeup application techniques. It was a rewarding experience, which helped me further explore career aspirations in customer service.
Its great to work for a brand that is so versatile in the market, I get the privilege to work with many different people from all walks of life putting together events, and spas that are fun and revenue building for the brand.
Counter Manager (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – December 28, 2014
My favorite part of the day was helping my clients with their skin care concerns- and making them feel beautiful. I truly loved the girls I worked with- we were a family. Compensation was not up to par with the goals that were demanded. Short on staff- no help from management.
Estee Lauder as a company is a nice company to work for. They provide you with all training that you will need to be successful at your cosmetic counter. Be prepared for long hours and stressful situations during important Gift with purchase times. There is a level of excellence expected with the company.