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Black Jean and fancy top

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I love fashion

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Latest product and fashionable.good salary

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Makeup artist

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Depending on your availability or level in the company it varies. Management is expected to have open availability, as well as full time employees.

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Apply online, bring in a resume as well. Helps if you know someone who already works there.

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Ensure that your stores are:
1) compliant with the health and safety regulations of the province
2) run by managers who do not have conflict of interest through friends/family at head office or district level
3) actually practice work/life balance with scheduling of employees, don’t just “say” it’s a value
4) more monitoring of director, specialist and leadership roles to ensure they are being fair and doing everything reasonable to ensure the health and safety of the workers, including protecting workers from harassment and abuse from clients. There just be a standardized procedure that must be followed.
5) to keep experienced, and loyal employees more compensation is required. Unless you are a 19-25 year old person living at home there is no way you can live on a Sephora hourly wage even full time with benefits. Mature workers with experience who should be valued for their experience and professionalism are forced to leave due to lack of pay. Mortgages and families are expensive. Not feasible on Sephora pay.

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The most challenging part was dealing with management. There was always something new there everyday - always a conflict going on in the workplace due to the lack of unprofessionality. Dealing with negativity in a place that promotes positivity, and work life balance became very difficult and drove a lot of employees to actually quit there job.

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They don't care about their employees.

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Do not be shy, be yourself, express your opinions about makeup products

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