Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – December 6, 2017
Young living was a great job, Although they did downsize their employees by about half in the last few years.. Lower level job security is not the greatest, But if you stay consistent it could be easy to move up.
Catered food regularly, Relaxed work environment usually, decent rate of pay
Occasional angry customer, Time goes slow at slow times.
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Spanish Fork, UT – December 4, 2017
I liked working here til all the cool ppl left and company rules always changing and short notice on mandatory OT and to move up you have to be a @ $ $ kisser or friends to the team lead or supervisor so basically being popular.
Shipping and Receiving (Current Employee) – Spanish Fork, UT – November 15, 2017
Easy to work at for the most part. Rules are constantly changing and the team leads and trainers really do not know what they are doing at times. Better to go directly to the supervisor instead. The only way to get a higher position is to be good friends with the people on top. Trainers are poorly trained and often times don’t do anything at all other than walk around or get papers signed.
Member Services Agent (Current Employee) – AF UTAH – October 31, 2017
Back to back calls, some good and bad. Customer are demanding of their oils and can be quite rude. There are great customers as well, that really appreciate what we do as agents. Hardest part of the job is not having enough time to write your notes. Enjoyable part is that the company does something for their employee's at least once a week.
Trainer (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – October 23, 2017
With this company I was the lead trainer and was in charge of guiding new hires in the process of learning systems and product of Young Living. This was a very rewarding job professionally and also personally through the friends that I made with this endeavor.
If achieving greater health and wellness is your purpose, then Young Living is an excellent company with superior products to support that desire. Educating people who are interested in how to accomplish a higher level of chemical free living is a privilege. Also, I've met really fantastic people.
Member Services Agent (Former Employee) – American Fork, UT – October 14, 2017
Young Living is a great company to work for. They pay well and the benefits are better than I ever expected. The work itself is monotonous and it just wasn't for me. Personally, I thought answering phone calls for 8 hours a day was mind numbing and depressing. But there are a ton of people that love working there. The call center just wasn't the job for me, but I am very glad that I tried it out. I gained more customer service experience and made plenty of new friends with my coworkers and supervisors.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – September 29, 2017
Young living is a good company but the call center is run by white trash with no education. Advancements from within the company will lead to 90+days internship with possible no raise and a great possibility of not even receiving the advancement. If you want to be treated like garbage and work for trash this call center is for you. Most of the managers working there right now knew each other at a previous job. So they created a privilege circle composed by just them and if you're not liked by them you're considered a "circus clown" this was specifically said by one of the senior managers. So...this is the worst place to work at.
Inbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Orem, UT – September 6, 2017
Great place to work if you can handle inbound sales. The team leaders are great to work with. You can move up in the company. It's kinda like a family. Swapping shifts is easy and people are willing to switch. Benefits are great. Employees get a discount on products.