General Laborer (Former Employee) – Lauder, MB – 4 September 2017
My time working at the Estee Lauder was an amazing experience. I learned a lot from working in different environment and working with different people. It was an exciting way to gain more knowledge from this company and I appreciate the company for allowing me gain experience.
Global Procurement Analyst (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 1 September 2014
A typical day included the procurement of goods and services for internal and external customers, also, worked diligently to satisfy the needs of internal customers. I recognized that it is sometimes difficult to satisfy all customers, however, keeping customers updated and having a dialogue helped to improve and build collegial relationships. The majority of my colleagues were respectful and supportive. The most difficult aspect of the job was when suppliers were not able to meet their demands. It was very satisfying when my colleagues and Sr. Management were pleased with my job performance.
The social committee and the company's effort to support worthy causes
The challenge working with some difficult colleaques
Order Processor (Former Employee) – 550 Petrolia Road – 27 May 2014
Day starts at 7am Order processing requires you to be on your feet all day. Its extremely fast paced so you have to make sure that errors are minimal. Co workers were great and it took no time at all to get to know everyone. The hardest part of the job is being on your feet.
Beauty Advisor (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 13 May 2014
I have been working in cosmetics for my whole career to this point. I come from a family of beauticians, it was no surprise I would fall in love with this industry and make it a part of my life. I love what I do. I get to talk to women and help them feel and look there most beautiful. It's a challenge at times, you almost feel like you are a therapist of some sort. The hardest part of the job is that you can never perfect your position, you are always tweaking your sales performance, your execution of events. It is the hardest but one of the main reasons this job has had my heart for so long. Everyday is a challenge. Everyday you are meeting new people, with new concerns. it is a new day for experiences for the customers as well so making sure I am always on top of my game, that I have the latest knowledge on products and expert advice and tips is key to driving a successful business. I have learned a lot and have gained so much knowledge working in cosmetics and for Estee Lauder. I have learned what it would feel like to own my own business. from planning to execution of events and daily business on top I feel I am ready for any challenge thrown at me. Management acknowledge all you do and will help guild you and mentor you to where you want to grow and where you would like to be. The most enjoyable part of my day is putting smiles on new and existing clients. I truly find being a Beauty Advisor such an important role to girls and women all over the world who are looking to address any skincare/makeup concerns or who are simply looking for the latest tips and tricks.
You might need to work overtime sometimes before and during events.
Cashier Beauty Advisor (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 January 2014
• Quickly build rapport with customers in order to • Listen to customers’ wants and needs and determine how to best meet them • Schedule and coordinate activities • Event planning • Help customers find the right products for their skin, whether that is skin care, foundation, lip stick or eye shadow. • Show customers how to apply makeup correctly.
Floor Man (Former Employee) – Lauder, MB – 9 December 2013
I would start off by sorting boxes with merchandise in it on a skid for half of the day. The next half I would scan boxes with the scan gun. I would sometimes work in shipping printing lables for boxes and wrapping skids packed with merchandises.
I learned how to work the UPS label printer, and how to work the shrink wrapping machine to wrap skids
The management was great, and I got along well with my co-workers.
The hardest part of my job is when the busy months come along. Working at a faster paste. I enjoyed working in shipping and learning to do new tasks.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 13 October 2013
A typical day at work is working on an assembly line checking inspecting and dis-guarding unwanted goods for production. I have learn how to work in a fast pace environment and filling out paper work. management and co-workers are good to work with but there isn't much time to socialize on the job. The hardest part is getting along with everyone and the most enjoyable part is meeting new people
Production worker (Current Employee) – Markham ON – 13 June 2013
a typical day at work would be, doing light stretches, listening to the line leader where as they would tell you what you are doing for the day. performing the tasks and then cleaning up the workplace. The hardest part of the job would be having the physical and mental stamina to perform remedial tasks. the most enjoyable part of the job would be the co workers are very friendly and everyone looks out for one another
Student lab technician (Former Employee) – Agincourt, ON – 19 May 2013
Acquired skills in instrumental analysis. the co-workers were supportive and taught me in perfect way. Hardest part was in-process testing as have to do in time limits. most awesome part was we were doing team work. everything was well planned and managed.