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Poole, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)
Entre 1 001 et 5 000 employés
Entreprise non cotée en bourse
Salons de beauté et magasins d''accessoires
Entre 50 et 100 millions de dollars US par an
The Body Shop, Neal's Yard Remedies, MAC Cosmetics

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  • « Belle entreprise mais très exigeante »

    • Équilibre travail/vie privée
    • Culture et valeurs
    • Opportunités de carrière
    • Rémunération et avantages
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    Ancien employé - Vendeur - Paris (France)
    Ancien employé - Vendeur - Paris (France)
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    J'ai travaillé chez Lush en Contrat Permanent (Plus d'un an)


    Entreprise humaine, valeurs, fun, produits de qualité, générosité


    Marque et manager très exigeants sur les chiffres les démonstration, fatigue 7h debout

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    Entretien de Manager In Training

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Calgary, AB
    Pas d’offre d’emploi
    Expérience négative
    Difficulté moyenne


    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 4 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à Lush (Calgary, AB).


    I initially applied online for a position as a Manager-In-Training. The very next day, I was contacted for a first interview by a recruiter, and asked when/what time would work best to speak. We agreed about one week later.

    The week passed, and we the time had come for our first interview. I felt I was very well received. Questions weren't too difficult, and everything was really well processed. We talked a lot about the situations, and how we would overcome them. As well, as Operations, job descriptions, dress codes, and compensation. I was given a pt. 2 to my first interview - A C.E.R.

    A C.E.R. (or customer experience report) - A "Secret Shop" task that was to be done by an MIT, or SM candidate with their manager cap on. (They also have these available for customers). We went into the shop, and asked a bunch of questions to the associates, as well as the cleanliness, and other aspects of how we should see the Day-to-day operations of a shop. Once finished, we filled out the questionnaire, and sent it back to the recruiter.

    Interview 2 was a bit different. We discussed more S.T.A.R. situations, and we also went over the entire C.E.R. This is where it started to turn downhill. The recruiter informed me that I would definitely be set up for a "Culture Hour". (A one hour in store based interview that is based on coaching scenarios, and operational observations) The recruiter asked me dates that would work best for me, and after giving them to her, I was told to follow-up in the following week should I not hear from her.

    The next week, I sent in an e-mail following up on how the decision making process was going, and in return - a few hours later, I got a beautifully generic "Thanks for applying at LUSH!" I was a bit dumbfounded, as I was meant to have a third interview. I replied to the E-mail asking for some feedback about how the interview went, and if we could follow through with another career opportunity in another store.

    While my feedback question was brushed off, as if I didn't ask it - I was interviewed, and offered a position at another shop.

    I would say I was rather disappointed in the way the events turned in this one. I live the lush life on a daily basis, and I feel like this was not the way things are usually done.

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Prix et distinctions de Lush

  • The Sunday Times 25 Best Big Companies to work for, The Sunday Times (UK), 2016

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