Questions and Answers about The Estée Lauder Companies

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at The Estée Lauder Companies.

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What would you suggest The Estée Lauder Companies management do to prevent others from leaving?

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They need to stop firing employees for foolish reasons and stop with the constant reorganization. It's ruining the company.

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They need to stop underpaying their employees while giving them a heavier workload and stop with the constant reorganization.

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They need to stop firing people who are good workers and do their job well for no good reason.

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I hope that their new projects work out for them, but I can't see some of the things that we do every day being done remotely.

Answered - Executive Legal Assistant/Paralegal (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Pay the well experienced for the knowledge they bring, and stop hiring just anyone off the street for min wages . Regional and AE's need an attitude adjustment. The are useless.

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Get rid of old school thinking and be supportive. Listen to the employees and take risks! While maintaining true to our legendary heritage (especially the namesake brand), sometimes breaking the mold and doing something different is the key to success.

Answered - Director, Global Business Planning (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Do not let employees go if they are doing well in the company and hitting their goals. Lauder is very relationship based and it is hard hiring a new beauty advisor, teaching them the ropes, and having them build up clientele over again.

Answered - Beauty Advisor (Former Employee) - Reno, NV

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Given the nature of the job, I do not think there is much that could be done. Additional time off without penalty would have helped me, but could have been potentially disastrous for the company

Answered - Quality Assurance/Production Coordinator (Former Employee) - Melville, NY

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