Lush: Un gran lugar para trabajar | Glassdoor.es
  1. «Un gran lugar para trabajar»

    EstrellaEstrellaEstrellaEstrellaEstrella
    • Conciliación de la vida laboral y personal
    • Cultura y valores
    • Proyección profesional
    • Remuneración y beneficios
    • Dirección ejecutiva
    Exempleado - Personal de ventas en Barcelona
    Recomendable
    Perspectiva positiva
    Valoración positiva director(a) gral.

    He trabajado menos de un año como tiempo parcial en Lush

    Ventajas

    Muy buen ambiente laboral.

    Desventajas

    A veces los clientes pueden ser un poco frustrantes.

    Traducido del inglés
    Mostrar original
    Lush2019-11-23
  1. «nice»

    EstrellaEstrellaEstrellaEstrellaEstrella
    Exempleado - Sales Associate 
    Recomendable

    Trabajé como/a tiempo parcial en Lush

    Ventajas

    nice workplace, nice coworkers, lovely place

    Desventajas

    none that i can think of

    Lush2019-12-04
  2. «Ethical products, unethical treatment of employees»

    EstrellaEstrellaEstrellaEstrellaEstrella
    • Conciliación de la vida laboral y personal
    • Cultura y valores
    • Proyección profesional
    • Remuneración y beneficios
    • Dirección ejecutiva
    Exempleado - Sales Ambassador 
    No recomendable
    Perspectiva neutra
    Valoración negativa director(a) gral.

    Trabajé como/a tiempo parcial en Lush durante más de un año

    Ventajas

    - 50% discount on products and spa treatments. - Learning about ingredients and their benefits. - Products are largely good quality. - Mostly ethical ingredients. - Good charitable outreach. - Friendly staff unless they have drunk the bath bomb water.

    Desventajas

    - Treat employees like less than human if they aren't senior staff. - Managers tend to enjoy sitting back and "overseeing" associates in order to "give feedback" when they believe the associates aren't being aggressive enough to customers. - Lots of pushing to make sales at any cost, they encourage associates to ignore customer discomfort and continue selling until they leave the shop. I was once asked what my 'reapproaching strategy' was for a customer who very angrily told me they wanted no help. - Infrequent breaks, and not-so-subtle hints that managers would prefer you didn't take breaks at all. - Inadequate training: never received health and safety training; had no employee guide to help learn store policies. - Lack of clarity on store policies led to employees being written up for violations they weren't even previously aware existed. - Management seems to quite quickly get a huge boost in power and most do not appear to be prepared for it, leading to abuse of power and a feeling that they are 'untouchable' and somehow above all other employees.

    Seguir leyendo
    Lush2020-03-04

Descubre más opiniones sobre Lush.