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Nu Skin United States Employee Reviews

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Nice place to work, clean environment
security officer 1 (Current Employee), provoMarch 10, 2015
Pros: environment/pay
Cons: management/ unrealistic time and job expectations
The company Nuskin is great, they are fun and its a really nice company to work for. Benefits are great. Security is a little unrealistic though. They expect you to work 12-16 hour days often (Non-negotiable) and they don't think anything of it. Your trainer is an x-cop and still thinks that the job is basically that of a police officer, so their expectations are a little unreal. Schedules can change overnight and you are expected to comply. Basically in a nutshell, It pays great, great environment, Management in this section just sucks. Bunch of old grumpy guys that don't realize most people working as a part time security guard have a life outside work. And they expect you to dedicate your time as if you were full time and receiving benefits. Also as the part time security, you are required to cover all of the shifts that the full-time employee's miss/ don't want. You are basically the low guy on the totem pole and they don't let you forget it.
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You might guess its a perfect opportunity, don't decide just yet.
Cook II (Current Employee), Provo, UTNovember 11, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: extremely poor management in some departments.
Nu Skin. This is a wonderful company with much to offer. A wide variety of benefits that makes the environment very relieving to work in. There are many interesting people to meet and always something new around every corner.

Though tread carefully when working at Nu Skin. Keep in mind that you are always being judged for who you are while here. It is not something that will just pop up right in your face to be displayed. No this is a more sinister type of judgement that is meant to put you in your place at the most off chance moment. See regardless of the quaint atmosphere of intelligence around you, most people do not see what is happening right before their eyes. And even more often, people just don't care anyway.

The management in each department is different, and I cannot put blame on the entire company. That is why Nu Skin is a great job. Though some departments struggle desperately, and have very poor management within them. The supervisors in these departments will walk all over you, treat you like a circus animal and then tear your life apart like its a game to them. If you think you have the opportunity to have a heart to heart confidential conversation about a serious problem with anyone, guess again! Don't even bother going to Human Resources about it, because it might as well not exist. There is nothing human about it, they will shove you right back out the door you came in.

So your only chance of survival is: Try to find comfort in all the benefits Nu Skin offers to counter the pain you will go through each day. Also try to earn favoritism, brown nosing and sucking up will probably earn you a higher seat in your department.

Don't get me wrong though, I respect the company's ideas and force for good. They do try to make an impact on the world and they do try to give a positive spin on their environment. They have good products and an aspiring future of business. Though when you turn the other cheek even once, lives are destroyed.
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I worked as an independent distributor as a side job
Part-Time Independent Distributor (Former Employee), Clayton, CAApril 15, 2014
Pros: no limits to how much income i wanted to make
Cons: dfficult to keep customers due to them not being able to continue to purchase products.
A company that sells health and beauty products with excellent results.
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Awesome Company
Team Lead (Current Employee), Provo, UtahApril 14, 2014
Pros: free products, bonuses, parties, discount food
Nu Skin is a great company to work for, the only hard part is getting in. Nu Skin is so competitive because they are such a great company that everyone wants to work for them. If you can get your foot in the door you will love the company.
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Awesome benefits, great atmosphere, profitable company
Load Test Manager (Current Employee), Provo, UTNovember 21, 2013
Pros: bonuses, people, opportunities, most of the people
Cons: tough clique to join, not much humor, difficult to advance
I really enjoyed Nu Skin. Many of those that work at Nu Skin have worked together for 10+ years, so being accepted as an insider was difficult.

The company itself is great, and motivates its employees with several different bonus incentives and gifts.

They're business model is extremely profitable, and they appear to be a well led company that will continue growing well into the future.
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It was a great company
community relations intern (Former Employee), Provo, UTJune 11, 2013
A fun company to work for.
Did a lot of planning
Became a more confident person
The hardest part was that as an intern i didnt get that much feedback from the manager to let me know my weakness and strength.
I enjoyed the moments when they gave me work to do with deadlines, I felt so important.
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Productive and fun environment with a caring management
Order Picker (Current Employee), Provo, UTDecember 5, 2012
Pros: multiple company events.
A typical day at work is full of hard work. I learned to work as a team member and that the best boss is the boss that listens to their employees. Management is understanding and work with their employees. Co-workers help where they can and generally maintain good attitudes. The hardest part of the job that it at times can be monotonous. I most enjoyed the people I worked with