Network Marketing - Sales (Current Employee) – Home – January 3, 2014
A typical day is cold calling for two hours. Two hours of training for those in your group who need guidance. The goal is to invite as many people to webinars as possible to show them how they can extra income. Most of the time is spent on the phone or in a meetings. The most enjoyable part is work flexibility. The hardest part is bringing in new customers or business builders. I learned how to manage a team, advertise and train.
Processor I/Production Coordinator (Current Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – April 4, 2016
The production department is considered the ugly step child of this company. The equipment used is out dated and substandard for the level of productivity that is expected. The employees are managed with negative reinforcement, and are rarely given praise for what is done. There is no efficiency in how production is run. Suggestions of how to improve efficiency are discounted and excuses are given as to why the suggestions cannot be implemented.
As someone who hasn't been to college, working with Melaleuca has been a great job. I love being able to work in different areas to learn new skills and also socialize with so many good people. Often they overwork us..10 hr shifts and Saturdays. They try to keep us happy with a free lunch, small gift cards, or candy. I appreciate the $80 product check every month. My favorite is the 10 hrs paid vacation adding up every month! They also award longevity checks after 5, 10, 15, 20 and so on years. However, with all that said the pay rate it terrible. Raises are nearly non-existent, with many people getting less than 10 cents a year. Management also has problems with favoritism. There are cases where people who have been working under five years make only a few cents less then people working close to ten years. In this environment having a great work ethic and working yourself to death will only earn you more work, not more opportunities/money.
I've worked here a few years. I don't see myself staying much longer mainly because of the low pay rate.
Good insurance, paid vacation, comfortable environment
there is nothing like enhancing lives to those you touch simply by helping friends and family achieve their goals. melaleuca is anamerican made manufacturing company whom provides me and you the opportunity to promote their products via word-of-mouth,....it is definitely my favorite way to advertise,
time and freedom while making extra $$$$
finding time to promote melaleuca after being a letter carier all day/evening(myplan a)
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – July 31, 2016
I enjoyed this job a lot. If i could get a job here again doing what i did before i would love it. They treat their employees very very well here. Great benefits and pay. Exiciting new products, given opportunities to work in different areas of the company. Fun company parties. Lots of incentives here.
Good pay and chance to advance, monthly product check
Product Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – February 24, 2016
This company has many products that are beneficial and providing that opportunity to others through order taking was successful. Not so easy was upselling items you knew the person didn't want or need. Advancement for women not encouraged.
Sales/ Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – May 18, 2016
Great place to work if you are a college student. It would be nice if they could facilitate moving into other fields in the company but HR has no connections/ interest in helping you moving to say product management, engineering, manufacturing. so in the end people end up leaving because there is no room to grow in the company.
Independent Marketing Executive (Current Employee) – Puyallup, WA – June 8, 2016
It is always a pleasure to show a family how to live toxic free with consumable goods that a green, safe for your family, safe for the environment, and saves you time and money, delivered to your door.
Customer Service Associate Call Center (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls – October 24, 2014
Good place to work. Amazing benefits. For those with little or no education looking for an entry level position you won't find a better paying job. The upper level positions are often payed slightly below national averages, but the benefits more than make up for it. Lots of room for advancement with lots of inside hires, however this sometimes creates a situation where incompetent and unqualified employees move up the ladder into management positions simply because of their longevity with the company. Overall one of the better places to work that you'll find.
As a side note: there are many reviews done by Independent Marketing Executives. It is important to note that they are independent promoters of the company and have a very different experience than Melaleuca employees.
Direct Referral Agent/IBO (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 30, 2016
As an IBO fo melaleuca I learned how to overcome my shyness and how to build a business from the ground up. I always learned that it take real decision making on how you run a fully functional prosperous organization without fail.