Political and preferential treatment abounds
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Utah County, UT – March 19, 2019
The company has great vision and have executive buy in, which is nice. They definitely try to make an impact on the bigger picture with green initiatives and grow the company.
They pay fairly, and the benefits are great including tuition reimbursement. They bonus twice a year as well.
The turnover at leadership levels is beyond anything I've ever seen. Don't expect to last more than 2 years. They'll chew you up and spit you out if you don't maintain the dog and pony show.
The company is massive and still operates on an archaic, mom and pop level with their processes and procedures. Roll out first, ask questions later. Then when you ask questions, you're told to deal with it. You deal, then make a mistake because the procedure was undefined. "You knew the process, what happened?" Expect this daily.
Managment across the board will pick their favorite and stand by them no matter what, even if they're a terrible, unreliable and incompetent employee. They will treat those who don't fit in their box like they're dirt until you leave or find a way to fire you. This goes up to the top level, maybe even executive levels.
If you are in need of a supportive, unbiased management or leadership team, do not work at Young Living. Unless you're good at brown nosing. Then you'll be okay. If you can play politics, you'll be okay. But for those that want to be a part of a team that supports you, management that can stay neutral, or a company to retire from... don't do it. You'll regret it.
Product discounts, benefits