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L'Occitane Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Reinold Geiger
  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £1bn to £5bn
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Temporary, Part-time
Senior Sales Associate


£9.36 an hour

4 days ago

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CRM Assistant


13 days ago

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Senior Sales Associate - Part Time Temporary

South West

27 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Senior Sales Associate - Part Time


£9.36 an hour
Urgently needed

30+ days ago

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Seasonal Associate
£8.72 per hour
Senior Retail Sales Associate
£9.17 per hour
Boutique Manager
£25,809 per year
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Store Manager in West Midlands
on 13 February 2020
Great brand - lack of leadership
Love the brand and the ethos but senior management really seem to lack accountability and have no understanding of running a store day to day. Too much lone trading and managers are expected to sacrifice their home life to ensure the store runs smoothly. General feeling that head office really don’t care as long as you take the money.
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
Fabulous company
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.
Christmas temporary sales assistant in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 2 February 2020
Good Place!
I only worked there as a Christmas temp despite being a small business comparatively to other brands it is a good company they paid me good back in 2015 so i was happy. The management wasn't the best however the did create a good atmosphere most of time! their products were good the discount was amazing! they were a nice place to work for overall! The main con was they only gave you a break after 6 hours which is illegal i guess as you are meant to give break after 4 hours! overall it was a good experience i just got bored as it was really slow haha! when we had our training session before starting the job the company gave us a nice breakfast lunch! that felt so good honestly! no one else really did that!
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