L'Occitane Careers and Employment
- CEOReinold Geiger
- Company size501 to 1,000
- Revenue£1bn to £5bn
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
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Warehouse Operative in Beckton
on 19 April 2021
Not very fun to work in, I had to always look out for myself.
The place of work itself is not bad. The staff and management is what was bad about it. There were 3 supervisors on shift. One was Lithuanian, and there was 3 other girls I was working with on my shift. None of them ever spoke to me in a nice way. They always spoke in their language on breaks or while working. I was being blamed for things I didn't do. Or on my first day I was being told off, for things that were never made clear to me.
Team Leader in London
on 15 March 2021
Fun workplace/ low pay
Really fun place and team to work with. Targets are quite high and they require a lot of effort so I don’t think the salary is fair as we don’t work on commissions and don’t have many benefits/allocation.
Sales Associate in Cardiff
on 27 February 2021
No job security
I joined back as a Christmas temp and brought on as permenant staff after the season. I was promised a permenant position if I passed the initial probation period. Covid happened and the initial probation period was extended because of that. Despite this I was assured if I completed all the training (which I did) I would pass. Upon returning there was an increased sence of demand and judgement at work despite meeting targets and achievements. On the shift before my final assessment I said to a colleague that I probably won't pass as the store was making less than £100 regularly now and I was told I was being paranoid. On the day I came in, dropped my bags, was allowed to change for my shift and was ready to walk out on the floor and only then did management decide to tell me I was being let go. Not only that but they said that I hadn't met targets (I had mostly before covid) I hadn't taken my training on board (it was all completed) and they no longer thought I had the correct attitude despite the fact that I had for the last 6 weeks been picking up another member of staffs shifts consistently due to illness.Additionally at the end of the month if we were around £200 short of the monthly target staff would be pressured into buying products or getting friends to but products online that day in order to meet the target. Targets had a very cultish mentality at me store for management. The team was lovely but the management were backstabbers who cut corners where they could to keep their own jobs during a crisis.
Account Manager/Sales in Debenhams Leeds
on 2 April 2020
The products are so easy to sell because every single item is so beautiful. Management are on the ball with everything but in a great way ... I loved working for this company.
Sales Assistant in London, Greater London
on 23 February 2020
Bullying! Stay away!
Store Manager is a bully and HR do nothing about it, when sent screenshots I got a phone call apologising but still supporting the manager. Would not recommend this company to my worst enemy.
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